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MotorhomeBob

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  1. Motorhome Cleaning

    Cheers Dave, might have to 'splash out' on a nice lambs wool mitt. Have been using a soft cloth thats just for windows, but seems a bit pointless saving a couple of quid on a cleaning accessory when have spent tens of thousands on the mh. Any of these up to the job? http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR5.TRC0.A0.Xlambs+wool+mitt&_nkw=lambs+wool+mitt&_sacat=0&_from=R40 Bob
  2. Bailey Motorhome - Water Leak

    Youre welcome Trooper, pretty chuffed i worked out how to embed - when on youtube vid click on share and post that link in the post, does the rest for you Yes I hope he gets it fixed quickly and hope it doesnt spoil the new motorhome experience for him... Maybe we'll see him on here sometime soon... Bob
  3. Hello all

    Hello my new best friend, do you like a Full English? Bob
  4. Motorhome Cleaning

    Also a big fan of Fenwicks, use AutoGlym for the car, Fenwicks for the caravan unless I run out of either then just use whatevers handy. Theyre both great products. I get all of my stock from eBay, best prices - http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1311.R1.TR4.TRC0.A0.Xfenwicks+&_nkw=fenwicks+caravan+cleaner&_sacat=0&_from=R40 As for cleaning though, be careful with the acrylic windows and only ever use a very clean cloth. Accidently used the squeegie that had been using on the rest of the panels and left a massive scratch from a small bit of grit. Did as Gordon suggests with Brasso and elbow grease, sorted it out after a lot of hard work. Bob
  5. Just found this site

    Hello Mike, look forward to reading your tips and tricks. Bob
  6. Bailey Motorhome - Water Leak

    Here it is, if I've got this right... That's soem good news at least. If you dont know what the porblem looks like have a peak at the video that ive hopefully copied above. After a heavy downfall move the motorhome forward and back a few feet and see if a cascade of water appears at your feet. Or if you cant wait for some rain get the hose on it for a while, but this is England after all - unless its Scotland or Wales, which have even better supplies of overhead natural water Bob
  7. Motorhome Aire at St-Paul-les-Dax, Aquitaine, France

    two motorhoming Montys! what're the odds? Bob
  8. Devon or Cornwall

    Nice spot Trooper, will set the recorder. Bob
  9. Hello all

    Have you picked it up yet Richard? Looking forward to hearing all about it. Bob
  10. Motorhome Aire at St-Paul-les-Dax, Aquitaine, France

    Again another great bit of Aires info, recorded by your own good self I believe! If you get the time could you add a little info on these posts as it would make it much easier to navigate them. Bob
  11. What do I do with these?

    Cheers there always seems to be plenty of guest on here, just need a few more brave ones to say hello! Go on guests, sign up and say hello, I dare you. Bob
  12. Out again, just loving it

    Very encouraging, thanks for the info Bob
  13. Out again, just loving it

    North part of Bristol, so t'other side of the map! That's a real shame, do you think there would be a market for Aires in the UK or are we too small geographically? Bob
  14. PLESIN TRIGAVOU aire, France

    Really appreciate you putting these all up, but would you be able to add a small descrption to any new ones? Would love to read a bit more on the subject and my computer doesn't always like youtube Bob
  15. Out again, just loving it

    It's a bit of a trek for me and mine, but really want to make it up there one year - will have to plan a few rest stops on the way up, does the UK have Aires like in Europe? Bob
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