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Discussion in 'Going to the DARK SIDE' started by gladecreekwy, Feb 15, 2019.
Opinions. Shovel your TT? Did mine today. Not fun.
Fun wow, no thanks. My sister's Pup is under that mound. It got shoveled off the other day as well.
Nope, not getting up on it with snow on it and certainly not risking puncturing the roof membrane with a shovel
I use long push broom.
How about using a leaf blower
I cringe a little every fall when we pay to store our camper inside a building. Seeing your pics remind me why it is worth it.
Your kidding, right?
Using an automotive snow broom like the car dealers use would be a great choice or a push broom that has not been used on a floor would be fine too. A broom that has been used on a floor will have grit in it no matter how well you clean it and will scratch the paint.
I use a car wash brush.
I use a push broom here on my trailer and truck...
I do carry a shovel on my trips however but it is for moving snow off my patio and paths around my camp setup....
Fortunately, I am able to store mine in my buddy's pole barn only 15 minutes from my house... otherwise I would be facing the same chore here!
This is why I had a carport built. Camper stays dry
I had about 4ft on the roof of the TT. . Us3d the roof rake for the house to remove most of it.. still enough on it to cover all the vents and ac unit.
Looking at all the messes here, reminds me why I love Fl so much
Snow melts, mosquitos are there most of the year.
When I use to keep my trailer not under a roof. I would use a push broom. I just figured I would lose control with a shovel and damage something on the top. So I just pushed it off to one side.
Every area has it's bugs and insects I can live with the skeeters. Now ticks I cannot stand, i have had LYMES Disease 5 times from them. I saw on a TV program the other nite, they said that the skeeters there are as big as a bee, I used to have a shirt from Maine that showed a skeeter and said "State bird of Maine"
Wow, that's a world I can't imagine living in. Good luck with your snow removal.
This is why we are lucky to have a garage!!