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Old 02-28-2013, 04:53 PM   #15
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your M/H must be really short
Thats what i was thinking..i was like WHAT...
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Old 02-28-2013, 05:07 PM   #16
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Had mine done at DeAnza in Amado AZ for 100.00. Just a wash and dry, roof included, shine wheels and tires. 35 footer..It was so nice not to waste my retirement time washing a motorhome..I'd rather be with my bride walking or biking or having a nice lunch..Just sayin'..Have a nice day everyone!
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Old 02-28-2013, 10:55 PM   #17
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OH you mean the outside DW just doesn't let me get the inside dirty!
Here's why - it is very difficult to get around to cleaning inside:

I asked the Lord to tell me why my house was such a mess
He asked if I’d been ‘putering’, and I had to answer, “yes”.
He told me to get off my butt and tidy up the house
And so I started cleaning up……the smudges off my mouse.
I wiped and shined the topside. That really did the trick……
I was just admiring my work…..I didn’t mean to click.
But click I did, and ? ooooops, I found a real absorbing site
That I got SO way into……I was into it all night. (sigh)
Nothing’s changed except my mouse – it’s very, very shiny.
I guess my house will stay a mess…..while I sit here on my hiney!


As for the outside, we wash it ourselves now, after paying $75 for a guy and his wife to scratch it all up with their little broom brush.
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Old 02-28-2013, 10:56 PM   #18
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Thats what i was thinking..i was like WHAT...
aaahhhh, but for one little dot LOL
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:25 PM   #19
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Usually wash and wax mine with the checkbook too. I might wash it at home once maybe twice a year. Never even considered doing the waxing.

For me it has ranged from $275 to $500 depending on location. Midwest and the gulf coast are cheaper, west coast has been the most expensive.

To me my day is worth more than the cost of paying to have it done.
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:34 PM   #20
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40' For 50$. Wash outside, roof, tires,rims, windows. It's a truck wash place right off of I-65 exit 271 in Alabama 30 miles north of Birmingham. Usually a line of 4-5 trucks with 2 bays going at the same time. Wax- I'm sure tgey do it, probably not more than another 100$. They even change oil and other fluids. Maybe even brakes.
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aaahhhh, but for one little dot LOL
Kinda like the missing ,s & .s? You see, err... don't see all the time.
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:40 PM   #22
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Danny's Big Rig Resort and Truck Wash in Phoenix Arizona! | Danny's Truck Wash

Haven't tried them yet. Their price list says $1.50, but I think it is now $2.00/' for a MH.
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Do ours myself with Dry Wash N Guard although around here I need to wash the green mold off first. When in Yuma I just used it direct, even in full sun.
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Wash-Wax-All has a UV protectant. My bald head was hot, so I rubbed a couple of drops on it and it worked just like over-priced sun screen. Sorry, don't know what the PF, SPF, UPF or EPFPF rating is.
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Kinda like the missing ,s & .s? You see, err... don't see all the time.
Pretty easy to figure out though.
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