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Old 07-17-2015, 10:36 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by JohnBoyToo View Post
Or rv dealers in the area that can steer you to independents...

I found one on Groupon and he's good !
Spent 6 hours on the rv - washed, waxed, polished wheels
and. as the last pic shows, I didn't even know I had a chrome outlet on the exhaust - he must have spent an hour on that mess - now it sparkles !
In DFW would that be Deluxe Detail?
If so, like many that try it he will not honor the Groupon thing again.

Sparkle On The Spot Mobile Detail Service is probably the best you can find. All Hand Waxed by 4 guys. They wax parts you would never think. Like the awning arms are even waxed. They wash the awning, engine bay and generator bay. Instead of just pressure washing the roof, they actually used some cleaner and brushed it to make sure it was clean.
Probably cost more than the guy you used but still less than others in DFW.

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Old 07-17-2015, 07:52 PM   #16
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Do you have any teenage grandkids?

I pay mine to do stuff like this. I stay with them, talk to them guide them, telling the the reasons why to do the things they should and not to do the things they shouldn't--Not just about washing and waxing. I pay them VERY well, praise them for the good job they do. And then I buy them a big ice cream cone.

They are always anxious to help me the next time.

This accomplishes LOTS of things.


I come out with a clean,shiny RV.

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Old 07-18-2015, 06:00 AM   #17
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day labors, i supervise with a bud

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