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Old 03-18-2014, 01:04 AM   #15
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Was not funny to the wife. As she began to sit while we were cruising, she slipped right off the seat and got somewhat hung-up between the bowl and the master bath cabinet. After stopping the coach safely, I had to come to her aid. No long-term damage was done, and I just about had that image out of my mind, until the OP stirred the memory. Short of installing a toilet seat belt, et alů.Do not wax the seat!! Dammit, told the whole story.
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:47 AM   #16
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Ever try RainX? It works very well for countertops, sinks, commode bowls, etc. A housing contractor suggested I try it and it works.
Good idea, essentially the same thing.
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I usually look for a brand that has anti-skid mark properties.

Sorry, I believe this is a good tip but it just struck me funny.
I was going to go with a different title, but I figured a moderator will be on me like stink on $#!+ LOL
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Just thought I'd share since it's time to do it again. A lot of you may already do this. I put a good coat of wax on the toilette bowls. If you do this, the crepe won't stick and you won't need a toilette brush.

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How many uses will one get?
It depends on how much Mexican food one consumes.

I just do it once or twice per season. It lasts longer than your waxed car because it's not exposed like the cars.
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I'll instruct the wife to get right on it, yes sireeee.

"Honey, just run in there and wax the toilet." I'm sure she will get the job done in no time.

It's been nice knowing you folks.
Oh no! Don't do that! As a matter of fact, don't even tell her that you waxed the toilette. My DW already thinks I have RV OCD.
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Will the wax work if I am in Washington D.C.?
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Was not funny to the wife. As she began to sit while we were cruising, she slipped right off the seat and got somewhat hung-up between the bowl and the master bath cabinet. After stopping the coach safely, I had to come to her aid. No long-term damage was done, and I just about had that image out of my mind, until the OP stirred the memory. Short of installing a toilet seat belt, et alů.Do not wax the seat!! Dammit, told the whole story.
A good 3-point seat belt prevents this from happening!
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Will the wax work if I am in Washington D.C.?
Well, for your location you'd have to use Capital Wax.
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Was not funny to the wife. As she began to sit while we were cruising, she slipped right off the seat and got somewhat hung-up between the bowl and the master bath cabinet. After stopping the coach safely, I had to come to her aid. No long-term damage was done, and I just about had that image out of my mind, until the OP stirred the memory. Short of installing a toilet seat belt, et alů.Do not wax the seat!! Dammit, told the whole story.
This should do the trick:

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It depends on how much Mexican food one consumes.

I just do it once or twice per season. It lasts longer than your waxed car because it's not exposed like the cars.
Good point al2ride.

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I'm going to try it. I have been debating doing the tub sides in the S&B its fiberglass and dull
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Turtle Wax Ice synthetic polish works great on almost everything non-porous. We use it on the sinks, countertops, microwave, refridgerator, ice maker, toilet, mirrors, windows, and last but not least, the entire coach.
Unlike Rain-X that smears, I changed over to ICE even on the windshields (inside and out) on the coach and the car. It does not turn white on rubber.

I even coated our 50 Amp power cord just so the dirt comes off easier.
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This Post is Worthless With Pictures. Ha, ha!
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