And what is on the Amazon truck for delivery today?
A Double Chuck made by Simple Chuck.
However, with what remains of my relatively scarce and valueless supply of loonies, I decided to purchase a water deionizer for detailing the coach. After doing the research, I concluded that the Double Chuck from CR Spotless was the best option for me.
My time here in California was a factor in the decision.
I have some swirl marks.
On my coach.
How could this have happened?
This from a guy who follows the two-bucket school of washing. This from a guy who purchases only the best lambswool wash pads, microfibre wash mitts and microfibre cloths. This from a guy who suffers from a staggering level of OCD and must have a perfect finish on his coach at all times.
Where we are in California is dusty. Very, very dusty. Between the washing and the drying, the California dust particles have had their way with the surface of the paint on my coach.
I will now have to do a light compound and polish to correct the paint. That should only take about 30 hours or so. I won’t do that work until we have returned to Canada. Despite the colder temperatures, the environment in our part of Canada is relatively dust free.
The Double Chuck deionizer will allow for a spot-free rinse and hopefully bring the time to wash the coach way down, perhaps to an hour or so. A spot-free rinse does not require towelling or blading the surface. That alone will significantly reduce the chance of swirl marks on the paint.