"MotorKlenz" motorhome cleaning, advice please

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  1. olley

    olley Funster

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    Sitting here at the Norfolk show and this company has approached me. Its a wet wash and dry but they use TFR to clean with. I remember one or two members saying that's not good stuff to use. Any advice about this or the company would be appreciated.

    Ian
     
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    There was a member on here who had it done at Newbury not happy they left the tor on to long damaged all his decals
     
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    Do a search on here as that name has come up before.
     
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    Thanks Ranger, after doing that its made my mind up, definitely a no!
     
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    TFR added to the hot weather we are having at the moment, plus add in a numpty who doesn't know what they are doing is a recipe for severe damage to your motorhome.
     
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    To be fair, the pressure washer they were using packed up which is why the stuff was left on too long.
    Not defending them in any way as they should have sprung in to action with hand mops etc.. Merely saying what happened.
     
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