How We Roll In Our RV: Keeping It Clean

In the latest edition of How We Roll in our RV, Jennifer and I answer a question from Sarah in Omaha, Nebraska, about how we clean it, inside and outside.

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Jennifer says she uses Clorox Wipes inside, along with wood and leather cleaner. But what has us both excited is this amazing KAYWOS (Klean Anything Without Streaking) cloth.

It is great at removing bugs, road gunk, bird droppings, dirt and grime from the exterior of our RV. In fact, without soap or water, we in essence cleaned the whole RV with the cloth, which is reusable. You wet it, wring it dry and start cleaning We both demonstrate in the video.

The cloths can be washed but let them air dry.

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KAYWOS Cloth

They also clean mirrors and glass and I use one for my computer screens as well.

They are available really cheap at http://www.roadtrekingstore.com/kaywoscloth.html.

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  • Laurie

    I ordered two of these cloths a couple of weeks ago and they really are amazing. We “washed” our car with two of them this weekend. Got off bugs and road grime with NO soap or water. You are right, Jennifer, about air drying them. I put one in the dryer my mistake. Just ordered a replacement and a couple to give to my daughter. Have not yet used it to wipe down the Unity LTV we own. Maybe we’ll similarly “wash” it this weekend, too.

  • JOE

    HOW WE ROLL ? REALLY FOR PEOPLES OUR AGE I DO NOT THINK SO, THERE MUST BE A BETTER WAY OF SAYING IT? BE CREATIVE JUST TRY. AGAIN !

    • Campskunk

      hey, Mike’s a with-it kinda guy. we tried to get him to sit in an office all day, but NOOOO, he’s always running off somewhere on another adventure – good luck on expecting him to act his age.

  • Maureen

    Thanks Mike and Jennifer….I’m off to order the cloth. Have you tried any of the other products on their site? Thought the knife and the little sweeper looked interesting.

  • Mike Wendand