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Old 12-21-2007, 08:34 AM   #15
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Don't know how well the stuff works, but I like their ads
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Old 12-21-2007, 04:43 PM   #16
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Rockintom-- I just got back from Walmart, it is in the Automotive section along with WD-40 and other Silicone sprays, $6.88 a can. Got some.
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Old 12-21-2007, 06:07 PM   #17
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Hey fixin'!

Thanks for the feedback. I like to know what I want in Wal-Mart, otherwise it usually about $100. of goods before I can get out of there! Have a great holiday! Tom
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Chief, thanks for the product info. Everything I have used inside has smelled,leaving DW not happy with me. This sounds like the ticket.
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Old 04-05-2008, 04:23 AM   #19
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*CAUTION* While I was lubing my bathroom door hinges, I accidently got some overspray on the walls and the Jig-A-Loo bleached it out immediately! Turned it white as snow where it made contact. What a surprised, as it advertised not to stain. I ran and got some Awesome and Windex but it didn't help. It is permanently damaged.

I like this stuff but watch out regarding damage to interior wall surfaces! Tom
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I've also had a 'learning experience' with our coach wall panels, except I used "Goo Gone" to remove adhesive residue. Marilyn reminds me anytime she sees me cleaning the wall surfaces. I think the white spot looks kinda nice!
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Chief you said you use it under your slides. My question is can it be used on the side of the slides.
If yes how did you apply.
On the seals or on the slide itself.
I have a habit of not reading into things.
Product AD looks great.
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'read & learn' -- applied to the white rubber seals all around the slide-out opening. Also on the underside of the slide and the bottom coach seal.
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I have sent out several posts on different forums and everybody keeps coming back with what they use. I bought some jigaloo at Home Depot today after reading the posts above yours and after reading the ads I believe it is ok. MY question to others has been is the jigaloo says dry silicone based vs just dry. The same Model number on their Canadian web site shows it dry and does not use the word silicone based I assume you have used on bottoms of slides and the rubber around the slides and had good results. I also need to clean and spray my front landing legs on my 5er. Do you think that also good. Everybody tells me you don't want something that has grease and picks up sand like wd40. jigaloo advertises no grease, no oil, etc. Appreciate your feedback.
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