I said the other day that we had bought a new chausson flash, no dents, scratches,bacon splashes or dog hair. I have never been house proud and am even worse in the MH. Steve said let's try and keep it like this. No pressure then.
It will last all of a weekend...... get a flat coat retriever in there and it'll be like home in no time. Just watch the wineglass/tail interactionI said the other day that we had bought a new chausson flash, no dents, scratches,bacon splashes or dog hair. I have never been house proud and am even worse in the MH. Steve said let's try and keep it like this. No pressure then.
Mrs A is like that, with 2 dogs ( one a golden labrador) and dark carpets, she feels compelled to hoover everyday while I shake/brush/hoover the dogs beds.Omg , my nightmare , I have OCD in the motorhome . Spick and span is the mantra . It does look like a bomb site at times but very quickly it's as good as new , inside and out.
Having said that, all our homes are different one mans meat is another's poison .
What ever floats your boat , just enjoy .
REALLY!We have a labrador and Beagle. They soon make it feel like you've been living in it for years!
But. As soon as we are home, I shampoo the carpets, hoover everything out, clean and polish the dash and other plastic trim. Wash the outside and clean and polish the wheels.
Just like new again!
Well I went into a fellow Brit holidaymakers moho this summer. There wasn't a surface in that van you could have put a wineglass or anything larger down on. I'd have struggled to find a place to fit me fag lighter, and the seats and 'French' bed were equally chocker. He'd said earlier that both of them had had to buy new phones as they'd both lost theirs - in the van!It does look like a bomb site at times