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  1. I am new to the vending business. I purchased a company with about 30 customers, some have a snack machine, some soda, and some both. Most of all my soda machines are dixie-Narco, except the ones that are in Deli Combos. Here is my first challenge. I have more machines than customers. My extra machines have been stored under tarps, outside for about a year now. I am basically picking them up one or two at a time. Then dropping them in my warehouse. My concern is the soda machines. These things are disgustingly dirty. Prior to their arrival at storage, I run them through a coin op car wash. Not wanting to harm them, I wash them but not enough. Does anyone have some advice on how wet I can get them? Or what needs to be covered up so I can really hammer them? It would sure make life alot easier if I could store them clean. Some, make that all of them, need work and it is nice to work on something that is clean. Plus, I would lie to have them ready deploy-able when the time comes. Two tips I have found while cleaning the fleet. I use 1, 2 3 Novus ( TapPlastics) system when detailing the plastic fronts of the machines. It really makes them look nice, and it is pretty dummy proof so you cant mess it up. Also, I have found that using a spray wax is great for a super quick clean while on the customers site. LUCAS makes a really great one in a blue bottle for less than $10 bucks that shines real well, and it has a pleasant scent also.
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