Great new DI water system

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  1. Jack Martin says:

    After viewing the You Tube video and reading the comparative analysis cost data, I ordered the D.I. Rinse Pro 50 on line through rvtransformers.com. This unit will be used primarily to rinse my Winnebago TOUR 42. The assembly and operating instructions were very easy to follow. I tested the unit first by washing and rinsing my RAM 1500 pick-up truck with regular water, and then did a final rinse using the Pro 50. The by-pass valves made this part of the operation very easy. I intentionally left the truck to dry in the hot Houston sun and it dried perfectly without any spots. I am very happy with the end results and I highly recommend the D.I. Rinse products.

    • GRT says:

      Hi Jack
      Great to hear that you like the product, you’ll like it even more when you see how far the resin lasts. So I’ll be looking out for a shinny Winnebago TOUR 42 when I’m on the road, I had better keep my sun glasses handy.
      Cheers for now
      Glenn

  2. Geno Riley says:

    Glenn/Julia we love the vids and the music is great too. I purchased the spotless system you suggested and it is fantastic — however we have been on the road for 6 weeks in our Tuscany 41 and have yet to find an RV park that will allow us to wash our coach. Have you had issues with that?

    • GRT says:

      Hi Geno
      Thanks for dropping us a note, I can help you here with two things.
      1. You need to convert your spotless system so that you get around 10 times more washes without changing the resin (see this link for details)
      2. The campsite issue you have I have always managed to get around. When you arrive at the campsite don’t ask if you can wash your RV.
      Then park up and connect your water and fill your water tank to the brim. Then disconnect the water supply and put the hose away.
      Then wash your coach and use your DI machine from the water in your water tank. Chances are you will finish before anyone moans. Uf they do simply show them that you are washing your RV from your own water from the last camp site. They really can’t do anything about it as you are not even connected to their water.
      For whats it worth, we do this all the time and have never had a problem.

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