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Old 04-11-2016, 01:04 PM   #15
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This is something I am going to have to tackle myself soon. I'm glad to hear about the DWG product. Thanks

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Old 04-12-2016, 07:26 PM   #16
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I have a good friend who posted on facebook today that he lost an acquaintance last week to a ladder fall while washing his class A windshield. If you do use two ladders, be careful

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Old 04-13-2016, 08:18 PM   #17
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I use an extension ladder and just lean it up against the overhang. I duct-tape a bath towel around the ladder where it touches the overhang so as not to scratch it with the ladder. I find I can wax the whole thing by moving the ladder only 2 times.
That won't work for my motorhome as the overhang doesn't protrude out far enough as the classic design class C's do. Even so it seems the ladder would be at an extreme angle and need to be blocked of secured at the ground level.
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Rejex will make her slick. Nothing will stick. Easy on and off
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I open the hood and walk across the front of the engine with one foot on the radiator (plastic over the radiator) and the other foot on an 8' step ladder; obviously, I have to move the ladder. I can reach the entire overhang. I plan to build a small stable plank to lay across the front of the engine, over the radiator...with the plank over the radiator I'll be able to keep both feet in the engine compartment and move left and right easier.

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