Cleaning Tips and shortcuts,please!

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  1. staging lady

    staging lady

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    Just back from the Italian job and the new girl needs a clean after 5 weeks away.:Sad::thanks2: She is in storage 20 miles away so everything has to be taken there.

    Has anyone got any tips/ shortcuts to make the job easier(apart from slug of wine, find a servant,leave it to the rain...)?

    Over to you......
    Lucille
     
  2. Brisey

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    Hi Lucille
    You should have made the effort and cleaned it every day whilst you were away, instead of sitting in the sunshine drinking Vino Collapso.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
    Glad you are home safe and well.:thumb:

    Brian & Pam

    PS Our van is filthy.:Doh: But we don't care, we are having FUN.::bigsmile:
     
  3. cyclingdoglucy

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    Has anyone got any tips/ shortcuts to make the job easier(apart from slug of wine, find a servant,leave it to the rain...)?

    hi lucille.
    i have the perfect solution for you ?, i will send her round next week?. (julie):Cool:

    i hope fiona still loves me ?.

    glad you made it home safely .

    thanks for your company to you fiona & david , we are away for the cheshire meet , but hope to meet up with you all sometime.

    regards.
    mr bean
     
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    My advice, as many kids as possible::bigsmile:

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  5. rav4girly

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    I buy a load of those convienient wet wipes, for fridge, bathroom, kitchen and general. Also take down a hand held vacuum cleaner and fabreeze and she'll be fresh as a daisy in no time.
     
  6. staging lady

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    Sadly too late for that Jim!
    Thanks for the wipes and Febreze ideas too.
    Now I need a trained robot!
    Lucille
     
  7. oakeyfamily

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    Hi there,

    We have just spent 5 hours cleaning ours today. Only owned it 2 weeks but it needed a good polish. We are in the USA but apparently you can get this at home (UK) too on line. Our neighbour in the RV park gave us some to try and it is absolutely brilliant!!!! You wipe it on then just polish it off with a dry rag. It is called Bullet Polish And Protectant. you can order it on line from bulletpolish.com

    Hope that helps. Ours came up as new!

    Stella and James
     
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