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post #1 of 14 Old 03-27-2019, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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Bought sun screen today

Sheer zinc dry touch.... SPF 30

still have more than couple wakeups.....
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post #2 of 14 Old 03-27-2019, 11:09 PM
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Better trade that in . You;ll need something like spf 100 + . That's not nice warming sunshine , it's barely filtered radiation . The kind that "sunburns" vegetation , melts frost in seconds , will prolly really get our solar panels going .

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I am seeing dermatologist....with diabetes you get winter scale because of dry skin. I always have t shirt on and wide bream hat ....get lot of sun driving....i use sun screen on backs of hands early in trip. How hard your furnace works and it's features makes big differance....need some moisture in air......
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Saw a little of space x liftoff
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Just wondering. How does this relate to your Promaster? do you rub it on the paint to prevent fading? How about a photo of your sunscreen protected Promaster?

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FDA has new regulations for sun screen they are still behind regulations for sun screen for promaster as whole government working for Boeing rewriting code and the migrant thing.....relates to driver of pmc during trip....pmc in disguise
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I understand but how about the photos?

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Ok.....ok.....it told me message too short
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KOV plans to keep this a PM forum. I gotta wonder if there is a Sun Screen forum to post to? We just need to tie our trip picts or whatever to the van. It may seem overly regulated to some but the moderating clearly keeps us on focus and most of us have diverged on our favorite tangent.
I can’t recall any issue with posting a link to a site with “Here are the rest of my Sunscreen Pics” WWW. sunscreenlife.org The link is a ruse.

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Yes, RD understands this is the Promaster forum.

Links to other forums are more than welcome, however, as are trip reports that feature Promasters, their value in camping, converting, traveling, etc.

The travel channel on cable TV has lots of pretty pictures of any other place you may wish to visit as does National Geographic, Travel magazine and a myriad of various travel websites.

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