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ACZL

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Posted: 05/31/19 07:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bought a 10' step ladder and move it often and up/down/up/down/up/dow. and keep repeating. Def get your exercise.


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When we hit Colorado (Southfork) there is a crew that comes through and washes fiver and then will polish if you want. Amazing how little they charge.


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I purchased the bath bliss toilet brushflow through the wash brush to wash my RV. It turned out to be exactly what I wanted.

My favorite features:

- On/off lever adjusts water amount with thumb or finger and doesn’t leak, drift, or get bumped.
- Dense, soft bristles perfect for hard scrubbing without scratching.
- Telescope easy to adjust, stays in place, doesn’t lead.
- Squirt dish soap refit into bristles to suds up about 10 feet of RV at a time.
- Squirts narrow stream about 12 feet for good dunce after scrubbing.
- Note: Seems more rugged than other telescoping products that have failed me; I _hope_ this lasts.

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ACZL wrote:

Bought a 10' step ladder and move it often and up/down/up/down/up/dow. and keep repeating. Def get your exercise.


X2. It works very well.


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I have an aluminum extension ladder and it also can be used as a step ladder and also have 2 rubber tips that fit over the end of the ladder, so no scratching. I do the whole 5er using it. I take it along when we travel. Had the 5er washed and waxed while at the Indian River, Michigan campground last summer. It was $10 a foot to wash and wax and they did a great job.


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Back truck under front like you are going to hitch. Put ladder in bed, get er dun!


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Back truck under front like you are going to hitch. Put ladder in bed, get er dun!


Yup, posted that solution on this thread 6 months ago [emoticon]

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wantabe351 wrote:

I start on the roof of our RV waxing the front cap on my belly using my DA polisher, then onto a ladder in our PU bed, then moving the ladder on the ground and boy is it tiring work even with my machine


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I use my wifes oven mits to put over the ends of an extension ladder to keep from scratching. Works great!

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Depends where I am. When in a boatyard a couple times a year I set up with A frames & boards. When left to my own ingenuity I put put one of my leveling boards across the truck bedrails, lower the trailer so that it is almost on the bedrails & on the board I go. I can almost reach the top of the cap this way. More than once or twice the truck has been used to wax the entire trailer.

When you don't have a sticks & bricks to go to you have to be creative.


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