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Old 02-17-2012, 06:33 PM   #1
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Slideout Wash and Wax

This is our first trailer with a slide. Is it ok to wash and wax the sides while the slideout is extended? Didn't want to do something that would affect the way rubber seals work.

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Welcome to the forum! You won't hurt anything, I always check my flap seals when I extend my slides. If one happens to not point outward I take my awning wand and "help it out" a little. Hope this helps.

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boy are you in for some fun lol congrats on new trailer
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Originally Posted by 336muffin
Welcome to the forum! You won't hurt anything, I always check my flap seals when I extend my slides. If one happens to not point outward I take my awning wand and "help it out" a little. Hope this helps.
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