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Old 05-19-2013, 08:38 AM   #1
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Cleaning Between Cab & Overcab

Wonder what is the best way to clean top of cab where its covered by fwd portion of coach. Its less than an inch clearance and collects bugs/dirt in bunches. We've tried soaking old towels and pulling them in, letting them sit for a bit, and then repeating; sorta works. The front of the coach that bulges over the cab is tough too. We soak newspaper sheets laying over the bug residue to soften them but its not really satisfactory as it involves laying on roof, leaning over the bulge. There has to be an easier way. We're scared to use a pressure washer on any of the seams.
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Old 05-19-2013, 10:38 AM   #2
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Other than keeping the surfaces waxed real good I don't have any other ideas for the cab front. I have a painted body so it came with a protective film on all leading surfaces which allows you to get a little more aggressive without worrying about scratches. As for the crack area between the roof and cab, I use a long bristle brush. A car brush used to sweep off snow is thin and works decently but you still need to soak it a while.
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Old 05-19-2013, 12:28 PM   #3
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Solera - not a Sunseeker, so geometry may be different. I find a Mr Clean Eraser rubber banded to a telescoping Swifter handle does a pretty good job after the area is soaked down.
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