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Old 11-19-2011, 12:35 PM   #1
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RV detailing in New Jersey

I have no direct interest in this company but I feel I owe it to them to pass along their information.

Their company name is Convenient detailing located in Bridgewater, NJ and they come to your RV. This is the second time I've used them and this time I had them detail the inside as well as the outside. I also had them apply 303 protectant on the outside and there wasn't any question.

The reason I brought them back is because of the quality of work they did the first time and with this visit, they amazed me one again. My RV looks like new, inside and out.

They charge $15 per foot outside and $5 per foot inside. That may sound like a lot but they were here for a long time going over every detail.

If you're interested you can contact Chris at 201-888-9296 or Dave at 908-240-2554 Convenient Detailing - "We Come to You" Mobile Car Detailing NJ
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Old 02-25-2012, 07:54 PM   #2
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Hey, I'm looking for a place in New Jersey to do this.

Did they have the 303 protectant?

How often do you get this done? Once a year?
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I coud have used them yesterday as it took me 2.5 hours just to wash the MH, man is that a chore. I will have to look up 303 protectant, sounds like something worth while.
Keep it shiney
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Gene,

Thanks for bringing this post back up! I was just going to look for it so I can get my rig cleaned up in March.
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Tom, have you used them before also ?
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Gene,

Have not used them but I think Don has.
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These are the guys that come to my house. I've used them 3 or 4 times now and have always been happy with they're work. I have a gallon of 303 here and they applied it for me at the end of the season last year.
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My CFO is telling me to go scrub the motorhome myself

Yesterday we purchased Bonnaroo Music Festival (VIP is the only way to go!) tickets then went to REI to pick up some items for spring / summer then off to Genesis Bicycle to get some gear for riding this year. Oh then there was Lowes and Target. Did I mention the visit to the Apple store?

So after that we made reservations for a couple more trips, purchased a transmission filter, fuel filter.

So I am thinking my stimulus money ran out

Oh well..
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My CFO is telling me to go scrub the motorhome myself

So I am thinking my stimulus money ran out
It's a tough economy
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From what I spent on Saturday I think the futures are up for the begining of the trading day on Monday
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Thanks for the insider info:

Moved to "Strong Buy": REI, Genesis Bicycle, Lowes, Target.
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I'm having Chris and his crew back to the house this weekend. With the purchase of my 2013 Thor Challenger I'm excited to see it after they're done with it. This one has full body paint and it needs a good coat of wax. Couple that with the mirror shine they put on the Aluminum wheels, this thing should look better than when it rolled out of the factory bay in Elkhart.

Tis the season to get our expensive toys looking pretty again after the long winter!
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New motorhome !
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Yup.... Brand new We were out in it last weekend at a CG off of the South Branch of the Raritan river. So far, so good! I made a neat slide out frame for my Coleman Roadtrip grill that I needed to test out.
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