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bucky

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Cheap fix for muddy sites. Peel and stick tiles at Lowes for 42 cents each. Bought 12, problem fixed. No more mud getting tracked in, No they don't stick haha. Take them with you for the next time.


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Dutch_12078

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Where are you putting them?


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bucky wrote:

Cheap fix for muddy sites. Peel and stick tiles at Lowes for 42 cents each. Bought 12, problem fixed. No more mud getting tracked in, No they don't stick haha. Take them with you for the next time.

Please explain where you use the tiles.
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Sounds to me like the OP isn't peeling the just laying them down in the entry. Then picking them up later and washing them off.

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When the wind blows hard on my awning I use zip ties and rubber grommets to prevent "hot feet" in the camper!

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I just take my shoes off....


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I don't park in a muddy site

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A piece of carpet near the steps.

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navigator2346 wrote:

I don't park in a muddy site


Sounds like a Mark Twain solution! or "How long should a man's leg be----------------Long enough to touch the ground"

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x2, Bobs.


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