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Old 07-09-2007, 02:53 AM   #15
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I have a an aluminum 3 step ladder from Camping world, easy to use, and move around.

I am able to reach the top of the MH easily.

The duster I use is the larger one, not the small red one. Been using it for over a year now.

What I do works for me.

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Old 07-09-2007, 01:52 PM   #16
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Old 07-10-2007, 05:22 PM   #17
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WEll I did spend some money on one of our sponsors website and purchased the ON-The-Go product. My hubby was not for it until it showed up one day and we used it. He was amazed
NO WATER SPOTS. His arms and legs were thrilled. Of course so was he. Thanks to RvUpGrades we have a spotless rv and no sore muscles.
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Old 08-13-2007, 06:53 AM   #18
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I have used the mr. clean system as well. i liked it, but the unit is big, the spot free rinse filter needs replacing often and you need to use mr. clean soap. normally not a problem, but i tired of it quickly.

I found a "soapjet" at Walmart. it is a yellow spray handle that is nice and small and has a soap chamber inside of the unit. all told, it is not much bigger than a standard sprayer handle. the sprayer has 2 triggers; one in back for water and one in front for the soap. as you are spraying water on the rig, you hit the soap sprayer and it lobs a bit of soap into the stream. when it hits the surface of the car, truck, RV, it makes a nice soapy film. I use a microfiber sponge and a long handle brush to wash and it looks great!

I also changed to Turtlewax "ICE" Wax; very good. no hassles with white film, works on textured plastics with no residue (really), and it holds up well. I have many different kinds of wax, and this is my fav so far. great luster and shine. I have a Black Jeep, Silver Audi, Red Motorcycle, and a White RV. all have textured plastics, chrome or other surface that it works amazing on.

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Old 08-13-2007, 11:14 AM   #19
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I recently tried an experiment with my Mr. Clean tool. I put Calgon in the soap container and used the soap position for rinsing the car. No water spots!

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