Today I will show you our: mat, ladder, broom, bucket, cleaning/polishing spray,
1. Entry door mat -
Every home has a front door mat and ours is no different. We go with this industrial type that I think we bought at Cosco. It usually lasts a couple of years and does a good job of helping us keep our entry way clean.
With ceramic tile floors this thing is indispensable. Nothing fancy -- just a standard broom to sweep with.
I use to when I am wiping down the bay doors and cleaning the Roadrunner. It comes in handy to take to the job site for break time when we are doing a Habitat project. I usually leave it in the back of the car with another one to use as a 'just in case' chair.
When I am cleaning the Roadrunner, I have a couple of rags and a spray bottle. I always need a place to put things and I find this size bucket with a wire handle works well. I stretch the handle to go over the top side of the ladder and it sits there well.
I love this four-way fold ladder. I used it for cleaning the coach but also for getting up the to bottom the fixed ladder on the back of the coach. Someone told me early on that they never use the detachable hang down ladder off the back of the coach because it would scratch the paint.
By using this ladder, I don't scratch the paint. It fits nicely into the section of gutter I have in my 'tool storage' bay. I put the rolled up mat on top of the ladder and slide the broom down through the center of the mat when we pack up.
You can see how nicely the ladder folds into the compartment.
Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!