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We’ve just returned from 2 months away from our RV to discover that we apparently left a little bit of ourselves behind in the UK during our visit to Scotland last summer. Viewers were excited to let us know that we were mentioned on the BBC yesterday morning!

The BBC’s Chris Evans discovered our video How To Super Clean Your Windshield and talked about it live on his BBC Radio 2 program, The Chris Evans Breakfast Show. We’ve made it across the pond to the world of caravanning!

It shouldn’t surprise us that our videos are seen in Europe, but it was fun to hear from viewers today that Chris Evans was touting not only the technique we use for cleaning our windshields, but our video and our YouTube channel!

Although we’re from North America we know Chris from one of our favorite shows, Top Gear, where he has twice been featured as the “Star in a reasonably priced car” segment.

Thanks for the mention, Chris! We’re glad you liked our glass cleaning method. Listen to Chris’s show here.

Yesterday’s entire 3-hour broadcast will be available for the next several weeks on BBC Radio 2 here. To hear our segment, wait until the page loads, then click the play button in the lower left corner of Chris’s photo. Once the show starts to play, drag the time slider over to the right, to exactly the 1 hour, 21 minute mark. Or you can just watch the video above, with the short segment about RVgeeks included.

Watch the video Chris is talking about: How To Super Clean Your Windshield
Watch the “Express” windshield cleaning method: Super Clean Your Windshield Super Fast
Watch our Scotland Motorhomes & Caravans video: The RVs of Scotland
See our own RV trip to merry old England: U.K. Motorhome Tour & RVing in England — Part 1


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Even though we're handy RVers, we're not professional technicians. So although we're happy with the techniques and products we use, you should be sure to confirm that all methods and materials are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk.

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