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Old 03-17-2015, 09:28 AM   #1
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CR Spotless is actively searching for the right folks to represent our company nationwide in a contractor relationship as a sales representative. We have developed a program that would provide an excellent way to support an LLC venture that produces a respectable revenue stream and excellent tax benefits to help support your nationwide RV travel.

If you're naturally outgoing, don't have any problems with public speaking, and are passionate about *clean* and *spot-free* toys, then you shouldn't let this opportunity pass you by.

CR Spotless is a Veteran Owned small business located in El Cajon, CA and we are currently expanding our sales network to help get the word out on the street about what a phenomenal product deionized water can be. When carried along in an RV (or even hard-plumbed into the water system), it gives the owner access to the same water that car wash bays call 'spot free rinse'...except now, there's no need to find a wash bay. Get the bugs off after a day trip and don't sweat the wipe-down b/c deionized water dries without leaving any spots.

Check us out at CRSpotless Water Systems - Spotless Car Wash De-Ionized Spotless Water or our new Facebook landing page CR - Spotless - Special Offer. Shoot me a note directly at john@crspotless.com with any questions about how we can team up to help fund the pleasures of care-free travel

Thanks for the read and Happy Trails!
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Old 03-17-2015, 10:09 AM   #2
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Thumbs up Spotless!

I used a system like this (borrowed one from Warpath in Branson) and I washed by rig and like they say, no residual spots even on the glass.

If I had a full paint RV, (and based on experience) a tool like this on my rig would be a great timesaver.

At the 2014 National Rally, 1 of the members won a vehicle mounted CR Spotless System. I read the letter (eMail) from the winner to CR Spotless and he was thrilled.
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These systems work great but................
More and more rv parks are disallowing you to wash your rv with a hose and only allow the "bucket" wash or a commercial company with their own water to wash within the park.
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Using a spot free system, the operator will proactively utilize the system as efficiently as possible thereby reducing the amount of water consumed over a conventional wash using a hose and pedestal water.
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