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Old 10-27-2013, 11:42 AM   #15
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I thought I was the only one to do this... Yes its also my mancave so maybe every other week we run it up to Rogers MN 60 miles R/T to dump (no solids), really don't need too but I just can't seem to scratch the itch to go. Yes I also take her to the store Fleet-farm (Lakeville)30 miles R/T. Or even Brambellas (Shokopee (sp) ) 40 miles R/T to look at the new MH on the lot. The guys usually come out to look at the vintage MH and ask how do you keep it so shinny.
Once the snow starts and they load the highways with salt that ends..
Then come Jan we are heading south so we have to drive in the salt. Seems to be working for me anyway...
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The guys usually come out to look at the vintage MH and ask how do you keep it so shinny.
How do you keep it so shiny?
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:05 PM   #17
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Didn't think of the running generator while we were at it, was planning on doing that next week. Could of took a space heater and run it for a couple hours oops! We thought about doing some local campgrounds haven't been able to decide on one. Would absolutely need a playground. There alot around this area.

But with the colder weather the boys (2,5) would drive us crazy in the 28ft box.. the house is bad enough! Would like to do some more mods before we do alot of boondocking. I also told my DW it's good practice driving it.
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Old 10-28-2013, 10:33 AM   #18
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How do you keep it so shiny?
It took a lot of oxidizer remover and my professional size buffer and a week
it took alot of McGuire's (sp) Mother's, Rejex and my buffer, and about a week.
Its about time to start over
I like the end results though,
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