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Old 10-12-2014, 04:20 PM   #15
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We've used Blue Beacon a few times over the past three years. The most memorable was the one at the Flying J in Twin Falls, ID. When we went in, the sky was blue and the sun was shining. When we came out the other end, it was absolutely pouring. Unbelievable!

We have stopped using them though. We had an experience with a bad leak that was very hard to locate. It turned out to be a piece of molding around the opening of one of our main slides that had come loose near the top. I have some deep seated suspicions that the high pressure used at BB may have been the reason that it came loose. These days I just hand wash it whenever I get the chance.
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Being in the Trucking Business, If I cant have my guy here in town do it, it's Little Sisters or nobody all the other ones use a high detergent soap that stripes the wax...
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Any suggestions on where to get a 40' DP washed in the Palm Springs area?
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Any suggestions on where to get a 40' DP washed in the Palm Springs area?
Little Sisters in Thousand Palms.
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Years ago, I used a truck wash and ended up with scratches. Recently, my son took his Ellipse through a truck wash and then spent hours buffing out the scratches on the clear coat. Now, I wash it myself and hire the guy that comes into our park to wash and polish it once a year. It would be nice to go through a wash at the end of a trip, but I don't know which one to trust to do a good job without damaging the paint.
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