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Terryallan

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2003silverado wrote:

Surprised no one has made a joke about getting electrocuted yet....


What am I missing, why would anyone get electrocuted while washing a vehicle????


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Terryallan wrote:

What am I missing, why would anyone get electrocuted while washing a vehicle????


The OP was asking about washing his TV. It was my attempt at a joke.

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I use one of those hand held wash wands. I used a car wash machine once and it converted my Pontiac badge from 'Pontiac' to 'Po'.

That was it for automatic car washes.

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I have a 2004 F250 Crew Cab and I use the self serve bays at the local car wash..... Also when my FIL had his F350 Crew Cab Dually I would take it to the self serve bays it was a tight fit but enough room to wash it.Recently it was bought out and who ever owns it now has expanded one of the automatics to fit larger trucks although I'm not sure about duallies yet (it's still under construction) But it will be nice to be able drive thru once in awhile. I usally will hand wash at home but when my health declining I have to take it to the car wash and look forward to being able to drive thru. I like a clean vehicle and like to keep them as clean as I can so with the health issues coming it's harder for me but I'll keep doing as much as I can while I can.


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gmcsmoke wrote:

you'll have to ask my wife


Yeah, me too. I did get her a nice set of golf cleats so she won't slip on the ice when she washes it in the winter.


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2003silverado wrote:

Terryallan wrote:

What am I missing, why would anyone get electrocuted while washing a vehicle????


The OP was asking about washing his TV. It was my attempt at a joke.

no really that is hilarious - and I missed it too.


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4x4ord wrote:

2003silverado wrote:

Terryallan wrote:

What am I missing, why would anyone get electrocuted while washing a vehicle????


The OP was asking about washing his TV. It was my attempt at a joke.

no really that is hilarious - and I missed it too.


To those who did not really get the "joke"...TV as in Tow Vehicle...and TV as in Television. I hope this helps...LOL.

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I wash my vehicles by hand using car wash and a microfiber. As fro underneath, I usually take it to a DIY car wash and use the high pressure rinse to knock out all of the mud, salt, sand ETC, then switch to soap and do it again. The soap helps bring the sand and stuff out from under it. Then I rinse it again and blow it dry


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