Bus man's holiday

Discussion in 'Motorhome Detailing' started by FJmike, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. FJmike

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    I had a last minute cancellation today so set too giving my own van a valet. Good opportunity to use my new bucket grit guard so used two bucket method to wash the van, that was after a good coating of snow foam. Rinsed and dried the van then polished the front and rear GRP, then two coats of Colonite 476. Took thick end of nine hours work.
     
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    Hope you invoiced yourself plus out of pocket expenses !
     
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    Dedication that is !!!! Well done that man. They say a builders house is the last to get done but that's quite the opposite in my case. I feel that the state of my house represents the attitude and quality of what I do... Seems likely that's your approach Mike !
     
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    It's finding the time to valet my own motorhome that I struggle with. My work van because it's usually in the firing line when valeting gets filthy, so has to be cleaned nearly every other day,. That coupled with long work days means that I don't get round to my own van very often, so really pleases me when I do manage to get it looking good.
     

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