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Old 05-13-2016, 07:39 AM   #85
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It appears that opposing views quickly get branded. Quickly goes to germaphobe or anti social or ???

We are all adults. We bought and paid for our unit and as such we can do with it as we want. We have standards that we were taught or learned through experiences as we grew older.

There is no right or wrong answer, just the one that works for us. How difficult is it to remove your shoes, probably not any more difficult than sweeping the floor. It is the choice of the owner.
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Old 05-13-2016, 10:28 AM   #86
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It appears that opposing views quickly get branded. Quickly goes to germaphobe or anti social or ???

We are all adults. We bought and paid for our unit and as such we can do with it as we want. We have standards that we were taught or learned through experiences as we grew older.

There is no right or wrong answer, just the one that works for us. How difficult is it to remove your shoes, probably not any more difficult than sweeping the floor. It is the choice of the owner.

Amen!!

Ours come off at the door in the TC and at home, but it is not necessarily a rule for visitors. I'm certain this will also carry over in the MH.

We wear slip-ons of one kind or another while inside. Outside shoes are also generally a slip-on variety too, except for hunting, hiking, or other similar activities.

I would be curious about what the shoes on folks do after dumping? Some of those places are pretty gross.

Just my 2c.

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Old 05-15-2016, 05:42 PM   #87
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Shoe covers?

How about grabbing a couple shoe covers if you're going to someone else's rig and are concerned about this? The plastic ones cost almost nothing and are disposable. Could even be useful at the dump station if you're so inclined. For a little more, you can even get them in sizes. Some are even washable for reuse. Amazon has pages and pages of options available. Or, from the other side, have some available for visitors that need or want to keep the shoes on.
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It appears that opposing views quickly get branded. Quickly goes to germaphobe or anti social or ???

We are all adults. We bought and paid for our unit and as such we can do with it as we want. We have standards that we were taught or learned through experiences as we grew older.

There is no right or wrong answer, just the one that works for us. How difficult is it to remove your shoes, probably not any more difficult than sweeping the floor. It is the choice of the owner.
True. I was never raised to remove my shoes when in the house, this is something I decided on my own after realizing that walking through old dog poop, spit, barf and everything else on the ground were not things that I really wanted to come in and wipe on my carpeting. To my wife and me it is a no brainer but to my brother he thinks completely different and he never removes his shoes in my coach or in my home.
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