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Old 02-09-2012, 12:33 PM   #11
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Having known a few Canadians, I would say it's beer.
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Old 02-09-2012, 12:39 PM   #12
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I get the $200.00 but what is wobbly pop?
Sorry, I thought wobbly pop was synonymous for beer!

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Old 02-09-2012, 02:16 PM   #14
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My trailer is stored at an RV park, and they spot it on and off. So, I cannot really clean it myself. They have a service where they wasn and spray on wax - the cost is $58 for the sides only, $93 for the sides and roof, $117 for the sides,roof, and awning.

There are also independent people who will come wash and detail at your site and charge $10 a foot. They do a more detailed job than the above service.

This is in central coast area of California (Pismo Beach)
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:19 PM   #15
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I didn't have it done but when we were at Myrtle Beach a couple years ago there was a couple doing wash and wax on site. They charged $350 for a motorhome and the same for a large 5er across from us. Approximately $10/ft. He offered to do mine for $300 since he was already there but I had just washed mine prior to getting there. I will say they did an excellent job on both. Washed, Hand dried, then waxed and buffed by hand. Their appearance was good for their business as well. Let's just say they were dressed to get wet
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Sorry, I thought wobbly pop was synonymous for beer!

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Old 02-10-2012, 11:27 AM   #17
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I've done mine, and $10/foot sounds like a bargain!
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Old 02-10-2012, 11:47 AM   #18
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I've done mine, and $10/foot sounds like a bargain!
Same here and there's nothing to do on your part but pay them and admire your sparkling clean and waxed RV. In the case of the couple I spoke with at Myrtle Beach, watching her going up and down the ladder was a great live advertisement for their work
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Same here and there's nothing to do on your part but pay them and admire your sparkling clean and waxed RV. In the case of the couple I spoke with at Myrtle Beach, watching her going up and down the ladder was a great live advertisement for their work
Hmmmmm.... so for me that's about $310.00 - that's a lot of "wobbly pops"

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Fair price for wash and polish

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Same here and there's nothing to do on your part but pay them and admire your sparkling clean and waxed RV. In the case of the couple I spoke with at Myrtle Beach, watching her going up and down the ladder was a great live advertisement for their work
Probably didn't hurt the tips either. Unless the DW was watching him pay them very, very close.

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