When you don’t have access to a bucket and sponge, this is a quick and easy solution for cleaning the van. The waterless One Dry Wash has been specially formulated for caravans and can be used on the entire exterior, including alloys and acrylic windows.

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When you don’t have access to a bucket and sponge, this is a quick and easy solution for cleaning the van. The waterless One Dry Wash has been specially formulated for caravans and can be used on the entire exterior, including alloys and acrylic windows.

Simply spray on, wipe in and leave to dry for a few minutes. Dirt lifts into the solution while drying to avoid scratching the bodywork. When ready, wipe off with a clean cloth for shiny results. You also get the bonus of a coat of polish. Included in the pack is a 500ml bottle of wash, two cloths and a pair of latex gloves.

It’s a lot less messy than a bucket and sponge but with a maximum of four washes costing £11, it’s a lot more expensive too. It’s great for a quick spruce up on site on arrival but with a very mucky van, it will struggle. 

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