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RE: vinyl black spot removal

I use Mold Armor on everything that gets moldy - awning, gaskets around cargo doors, propane tank cover. I spray it on and let it sit then rinse - no rolling the awning up, but suppose that doesn't hurt. Walmart, Lowes. https://i5.walmartimages.com/asr/3570f1aa-bcd2-4821-b794-86c89801fc2f_1.9fec06cc3b21fa58a2e891075f250f30.jpeg?odnHeight=450&odnWidth=450&odnBg=FFFFFF
2012Coleman 03/27/20 06:00am Travel Trailers
RE: coronavirus...put it into perspective

Just wait - that's all I have to say. Oh - and please don't consume chemicals for cleaning fish tanks even though someone told you that its a cure. Good luck
2012Coleman 03/24/20 12:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: 20 year loan for RV?

What ever the length of the loan is, just be sure that there is not a penalty for paying if off early - then just pay more on it per month.
2012Coleman 03/24/20 12:39pm Beginning RVing
RE: Anyone lose a set of keys

Oh - now you were just offering an opinion. Here’s what you said: Those of you who are bullying those of us that had a bit of criticism are no different. Think it's time to end this thread. Maybe check your own butt
2012Coleman 03/15/20 07:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: Having Second Thoughts

We decided not to go before they announced the closure. I cancelled the reservation at winter garden and got a full refund. Out of pure luck or Divine intervention, we scored a Cancellation at Top Sail for the same time period. Sitting here on my site typing this listening to music and sipping wine. MODERATOR'S EDIT: Per the site Admin's request, I am closing all COVID-19 threads and directing future comments to one thread in Around the Campfire: 2019–20 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC POSTINGS
2012Coleman 03/15/20 07:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anyone lose a set of keys

Those of you who are bullying those of us that had a bit of criticism are no different. Think it's time to end this thread.Too bad you and your cohorts had to criticize the OP in the first place. If you have a differing opinion on what should have been done, then offer that opinion - don't criticize. As the recipient of a lost set of keys, I'm grateful to anyone who at least tried to help. Just an FYI, If there are any of those shopper cards on the key ring, the store they are for can likely find an address, email or phone number to get them back to the owner.That's a great idea.
2012Coleman 03/12/20 11:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Recovering from rotator cuff surgery...what to expect?

Start a walking routine - see how much weight you have lost after being able to return to full duty.
2012Coleman 03/12/20 05:38am Around the Campfire
RE: Spittoon? in a shower Wolf Pup camper

Well, Emily was kind of cute - but that's all I've got to say about that video...
2012Coleman 03/11/20 04:40am General RVing Issues
RE: First trip with new baby advice

We set up our dinette as a bed without cushions and secured the pack-n-play on top. Later we used the jack-knife sofa with lots of pillows around including on the floor. Worked out great!
2012Coleman 03/10/20 12:08pm Family Camping
RE: Having Second Thoughts

We will be there 4 nights - only spending one day at Disney.
2012Coleman 03/10/20 11:57am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Having Second Thoughts

We have some unused Disney passes, so sometime in December, we started looking for a place to stay near Disney (Orlando) over spring break which for us in next week. The only place we found with availability was Winter Garden RV Resort, so we booked a premium site, with thoughts of continuing to look at nearby state parks for cancellations. Well, no luck so we are on for Winter Garden- but... I starting to have second thoughts about this park and even going to Disney given current events due to the following: The "Resort", while providing full hookups, has all grass sites. Pictures of the CG seem to indicate sites in close proximity, and there are many seasonal and permanent campers. RVParkReviews isn't making anything better with lots of so - so reviews. I've read that Disney has told some workers to stay home. I'm not an alarmist, but I'm beginning to have a sinking feeling that although I'm getting to use my camper, It just won't be a fun trip. We are visiting Fort Wilderness in early June to use the remainder of the passes and experience the camp ground, but I'm finding myself on the fence. If I cancel at this point, I'd be fine with the one night fee not being refunded. Anyone have any experience with this resort? Would you want to go to Disney over spring break?
2012Coleman 03/10/20 08:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: liquid roof

If I needed a roof replacement, I'd go to FLEXArmor where they remove all vents, AC units, etc, do spot repairs and spray on their product on, then back it up with a lifetime guarantee that is transferable to a new owner. Wondering how you would replace a roof vent or a skylight with all the screws covered.If you really want to know - click on the link and read the FAQ's Read them before.But grinding off all the screws and the coating to remove a vent? LolCongratulations - you answered your own question while simultaneously amusing yourself!
2012Coleman 03/09/20 11:47am Fifth-Wheels
RE: liquid roof

If I needed a roof replacement, I'd go to FLEXArmor where they remove all vents, AC units, etc, do spot repairs and spray on their product on, then back it up with a lifetime guarantee that is transferable to a new owner. Wondering how you would replace a roof vent or a skylight with all the screws covered.If you really want to know - click on the link and read the FAQ's
2012Coleman 03/09/20 05:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Shopping by phone or text

your profile says your location is South so maybe you have Publix Grocery stores. We sometimes use their delivery service in a pinch - on Superbowl Sunday for example - or if for some reason we "just don't want to" which isn't often. Sometimes the weekends just slip away, and we would rather cook dinner and relax on Sunday evening instead of giving up family time to shop. You can add the items you want using their app. If you order alcohol, an adult has to receive the items and show a drivers license. It isn't that expensive and we have yet to be disappointed.
2012Coleman 03/06/20 12:58pm Around the Campfire
RE: Intelligent Life !

We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn't want to meet.
2012Coleman 03/06/20 12:50pm Around the Campfire
RE: Not your dad's Airstream

Nice... BUT - - - I have never been a fan... all that money and all you have is a 24" or so walkway from front to back.. no slides, no room to stretch... Just my opinion.. They don't float my boat ! :RMe either. Not taking away from the nice job on the interior - but where do you hang out in this thing - watch TV, play cards, etc?
2012Coleman 03/06/20 12:33pm Travel Trailers
RE: Help Me Choose My Next Unit

Maybe you should rent something first? rvshare.com Be careful though - most rental people won't have a weight distributing hitch for you to use, so go somewhere close.
2012Coleman 03/06/20 12:07pm Beginning RVing
RE: Alternate keyboard for IiPone

Press the microphone button and speak. If you want a period, say "period" Same for all punctuation, spaces, new line, etc.
2012Coleman 03/06/20 05:21am Technology Corner
RE: Help Me Choose My Next Unit

What is the budget?
2012Coleman 03/06/20 05:11am Beginning RVing
RE: Thoughts on the 'need' factor of a main line surge protector

Folks who have them, have already convinced themselves that you must get one. Meanwhile, by my estimate the other 90% if us are getting along just fine without one.I think you got your percentages turned around. The progressive Industries EMS is so much more that a surge protector. I've been helped by mine more than once for stuff besides electrical surges. I won't go into specifics for all you 10 percenters... Okay, your percentages are just as good as mine, since I just made up a number. I don't think we will find an RV industry survey to tell us the EMS ratio. Just observations is all I have, and I rarely speak with anyone who has installed one. My point above was, those who have decided that they are a must-have item, jump on threads like this. Those who don't, tend to not bother discussing something they don't find important. Another reference point would be how rarely they are offered on new RV units as primary options. If typical folks felt strongly about that insurance, I'm sure the manufacturers would jump at the opportunity to offer an upgrade. I'm sure an EMS is much more popular added to higher end rigs. There is a lot more to lose, so insurance becomes more desirable. An EMS is simply that - insurance. Some folks put more faith in it than others.I didn't have one for a long time, but decided to get one after reading about them - and only decided that it was a must have item after it did it's job at two different CG's. I would not want a TT with a pre-wired EMS - it would be bottom of the line like most of the stuff they install. And an electrical system is just as important on low end units as it is on high end units. I personally don't look to the RV industry to tell me anything - they just want my money. Heck you can buy slide out supports from Camping World. I'd rather listen to the opinions of people with actual experience.
2012Coleman 03/06/20 05:09am Travel Trailers
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