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Old 01-10-2017, 10:07 AM   #30
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Regarding wash and wax, I called Dick Gores RV in Richmond Hill Ga. this AM and was told they didn't wax MHs , they didn't want to take a chance on doing something that would harm the paint and would have to paint it if something went wrong. They are now a Winnebago dealer, would one not think they should know what kind of wax to use on a winnebago coach. This is just a good example of why I have such a problem with RV Repair Cos . If they do not want to wax a Motor Home just say they don't provide that service. They also told me that the slides didn't need any service if they were working properly. I assume I am amazed how difficult it is to get quality service from so many MH companies. This is just one example of many experience in getting a MH serviced or Repaired over the last 2 1/2 years.
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Old 01-11-2017, 02:15 PM   #31
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Orlando/Clermont I got it washed and waxed for 8 bucks a foot. Hotties did a great job. No it isn't what you think. The owners name. Very pleased. I also had the roof waxed for an additional up charge.
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