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Tricks to cleaning doors

View the latest posting on the Carwash Connection message board and leave your tips or learn something new.

A question posted on the Carwash Connection message board asks:

Do you have any tricks and tips on how to best clean your carwash doors? Share them here!

One person has already given their tip and it involves toilet bowl cleaner. To read that post, or leave a comment, click here.

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