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Old 09-25-2015, 08:47 AM   #11
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We just sweep every couple of days.
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Old 09-25-2015, 09:06 AM   #12
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We bought some microfiber rugs from a pet supply. They look like old shag carpet but they trap any dirt from our feet and the dogs inside the rig. We remove our shoes while in the camper. er, the dogs are already barefoot.
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Old 09-25-2015, 11:20 AM   #13
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Baby powder works great on getting sand off people, especially kids. Sprinkle a bit on the sandy areas, wipe it off, and the sand comes right off.
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Old 09-25-2015, 01:51 PM   #14
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Man, I need these! My wife is constantly on me to take my shoes off!
Yes, but pay the extra and get the Ruggids. The cheapo ones go flat and do nothing after a few trips. The Ruggids are molded with ribs to really wipe your feet good and they do not hold anything so you can sweep them easily. The only downside to them are the cheap zip ties that hold them. If you break some call them and they will send you a bunch to secure.
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Old 09-25-2015, 02:33 PM   #15
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We picked up one of those grated folding steps from AMAZON...

You can stomp the heck out of these things with doing any harm to them...



I didn't have much problems with leaves and other woods things until I put down carpet squares on the POPUP trailer floor... May have been a big mistake for me and tracking in things... Sure is a nice warm floor in the morning when you first hit the floor however...



Having a nice large patio rug helps us big time...

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Leaving the grandkids at home noticeably reduces the dirt tracked in.
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Leaving the grandkids at home noticeably reduces the dirt tracked in.
We generally stick to practical suggestions.
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You can wrap it in a plastic bag, store in in a climate controlled warehouse, it'll stay clean.

I say... take a broom, enjoy life, clean up later... Camp on the beach, the mountains, wherever... bring the dogs, the kids, the grand kids, let them eat bacon, pancakes with syrup, just chill out and have fun... it'll all clean up later
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You can wrap it in a plastic bag, store in in a climate controlled warehouse, it'll stay clean.

I say... take a broom, enjoy life, clean up later... Camp on the beach, the mountains, wherever... bring the dogs, the kids, the grand kids, let them eat bacon, pancakes with syrup, just chill out and have fun... it'll all clean up later
Easy to say for the weekender. But I live and work out of mine 7 mos. out of the year.
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You can wrap it in a plastic bag, store in in a climate controlled warehouse, it'll stay clean.

I say... take a broom, enjoy life, clean up later... Camp on the beach, the mountains, wherever... bring the dogs, the kids, the grand kids, let them eat bacon, pancakes with syrup, just chill out and have fun... it'll all clean up later
X2 and when I sweep up later I just smile and remember the good time everyone had and look forward to the next visit. There's no memories in spotless!!!
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