The main way to wash a motorhome is to rinse off the chunks of dirt or debris with only water first, and then wash the motorhome with soap. There are many options to choose from when it comes to motorhome washing equipment.
To rinse off the motorhome, it is best to use a handheld sprayer with a water hose, because it is a cheap and efficient method, according Motorhome.com. There are other tools that help adjust and redirect the water hose flow to make it easier to clean the motorhome's underside. Later, add soap to the rinse, but be certain that the soap is not harmful to the wax over the paint. Wash mitts are useful, but for tougher places to reach, such as the roof, an extended brush is needed. Dry the motorhome with a squeegee and a water blade to avoid scratching the exterior.
To clean the glass on the motorhome, use a cleaning solution that prevents sticking. Don't forget to clean the tires and apply a layer of wax when washing is finished. There are professional services that offer wax and polish jobs for motorhomes, but it can also be done at home. It is also a good idea to clean the interior of the motorhome after the exterior is cleaned.