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Old 06-09-2014, 08:20 PM   #15
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An electric blower might, a 2-cycle will leave a slight oily film from exhaust.
?? Not sure what blower you have but the blower has No relationship to the engine exhaust on any gas engine blower I have seen and or worked on.
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Old 06-09-2014, 10:40 PM   #16
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I have a microfiber mop that is used on hard floors. The head swivels in every direction. I keep it in the bay. When I stop for fuel I spray some Windex on the windshield and use the mop. Works real well.

Sorry off topic. Sheesh!

What mfg makes a battery operated leaf blower?
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While at the S&B's I will use my back pak blower (2cycle and no oily film). Other wise I use the brush and a few towels. Then go over the windows with those cloths for dusting.(they really absorb the water spots).
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I've used my two stroke several times. The exhaust port is 90 degrees to the air intake. Never noticed any residue.
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I use my 18volt leaf blower to get my campfire going and get coals hot after they've died down.
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Dogpatch Remind me not to park next too you!!!!
I was at the CW in Rogers MN the other day and they had a Hugh display of a blower for blowing the MH off. I haven't heard one yet but I bet they have a high squeal and will be banned from RV Resorts????
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Dogpatch Remind me not to park next too you!!!!
I was at the CW in Rogers MN the other day and they had a Hugh display of a blower for blowing the MH off. I haven't heard one yet but I bet they have a high squeal and will be banned from RV Resorts????
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LOL. It's surprisingly low noise. In addition, I know how to use it so as not to kick up sparks.
It's also go for blowing off slide toppers, main awning and outdoor carpet.
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