We don’t wash our Airstream very often, but when we do it’s either at a coin operated place, at an Airstream dealer or at an RV Park where they have service at your site. There are downsides to all three options. It’s hard to find coin-op locations where we can turn around, getting washed at a dealer can be very expensive, and mobile RV wash services need to be supervised because they like to use brushes and brushes will scratch an Airstream.
Last week when we were hanging out with Kristiana from Airstream 2 Go, we met Osvaldo. Osvaldo keeps the entire Las Vegas Airstream 2 Go fleet clean and he agreed to wash ours yesterday in front of his house.
The entire process took only an hour and he did a fantastic job. If you’re in Las Vegas and need your Airstream or RV washed, you should call Osvaldo:
2014 Cost of Camping:
1 night paid camping
74 nights free camping
75 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $97
Daily average cost of camping: $1.29