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Old 11-01-2014, 02:02 PM   #1
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Halloween deviled eggs:(

Just got back from where we store the motorhome. Unfortunately the little bastards got me good. It seems they used my coach for target practice. It took a while to clean all the dried egg off. It might be wise to take a walk around your coach to see if any of these bastards were in your neck of the woods. The longer the egg sits on the paint, the harder it is to get off. Here's hoping no one shared my experience.
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Old 11-01-2014, 09:41 PM   #2
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Dried egg will remove or dull paint, like you said very difficult to remove. I have a painted wood garage door that is permanently stained with dried egg. We were gone for the winter that year so it sat that way for 4 months.
Our MH is garaged unless in use, so it's outa sight outa mind.

P.S. I remember hurling some eggs at Halloween as a teenager. (one car was a sheriff) I do believe what doctors say, the part of the brain that controls reasoning is the last to develop.
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Old 11-01-2014, 10:23 PM   #3
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Being known as the crazy guy of the neighborhood has its virtues.

Sorry to hear about the vandalism. Any chances security video is in play?
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Old 11-02-2014, 05:58 AM   #4
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Being known as the crazy guy of the neighborhood has its virtues.

Sorry to hear about the vandalism. Any chances security video is in play?
Unfortunately, even if we saw the video,i doubt any po is going to go chasing after a couple of Halloween pranksters. I was able to clean the mess, so no harm. The purpose mainly of the post was to warn other folks that it wouldn't hurt to take a quick peek at their coaches to look for eggs. These units are big magnets for vandals, and if you did see egg, it comes off relatively easy if you catch it before it really dries on for a long period of time.
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Old 11-02-2014, 07:10 AM   #5
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Got em

I caught the little bastards trying to egg our coach. This was their police mug shot.
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I had a couple of egg on the side of the house and on the roof of the motorhome.


Washed them up yesterday. Dried egg is difficult to clean off.

Again can't say I did not throw any eggs when I was a kid.
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Sorry to hear about the vandalism. It pains me to admit that I too was a mindless youngster once. The one time I ventured into throwing things at houses, I had to clean it up. Lesson learned. I hope you got it before it caused damage.
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One of the features of this RV is a few extra video cameras. All of them can be routed to DVR's.

That said, no kids in this RV park that night so no problems.

Nov-1 However was another story... But the problems were Mother Nature being a Mother (High wind) and I had none of those (neighbor not so lucky)
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