Is this 'Normal' ?

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  1. Cumbrian_Georgie

    Cumbrian_Georgie Read Only Funster

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    Pete is in the garden, washing the motorhome...again!:RollEyes:

    Yes it does have a few (million) bugs splattered on it since our 500 mile round trip, family visit at the weekend BUT surely it will gain some more next time?


    Is this a bloke thing?????:BigGrin:


    Katie.
     
  2. Hayleylulu

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    yes it is normal hes keeping out of your way:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    What are you doing posting on here about it? You should be outside watching the demonstration as it's your turn next :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    No Tescos near you then ?
     
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    I like your sense of humour! :Laughing:
     
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    No Tesco, No Asda, No Mossers, No Sainsbury....in fact nowt but sheep.:thumb:
     
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    Careful, Katie.
    He could be practising........wax on, wax off?
     
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    Sheep make really good polishing cloths - just make sure that the feet are uppermost otherwise you'll get scratches.:RollEyes:
     
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    Keep it washed, keep it polished and the bugs will be easier to get off next time!:thumb:

    There is method in our madness!
     
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    Washed mine yesterday. Its a major job taking some hours but the cleaner it is to start with the easier the job, so makes sense to do it fairly often.

    I also attack the flies on the front with baby wipes after each journey, as if they're left they are a b*gg*r to remove. Because our van is an A class, the front is nearly vertical and specially designed as a fly trap.
     
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    Yes it is a bloke thing, because it needs to be done to the required standard,:Eeek:
     
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