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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #1
 
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groover cleaning in slc, ut

Anyone have a recommendation on where to clean a groover in SLC?

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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #2
 
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There is no service that will do it anymore that I know of - used to ba an outfit with an "A" in their name on South Main but no more. I take mine to State Trailer Supply off Redwood Road at about 3500 South - it's free. Try to go early in morning and NOT on weekend if you don't want to wait in a line of RV's...
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If by clean you mean dump yourself, I take mine to Cottonwood Improvement District at highland & about 8600 S. It's the water office where I send my water bill to. There are 2 dump holes with hoses and it's free.
Also, this website is helpful
https://www.rvdumps.com/utah/
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #4
 
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I take mine to A Company Portable Restrooms in Magna. They are right off 201.
I think they charge about $10 and they do a nice job while you wait.
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If by clean you mean dump yourself, I take mine to Cottonwood Improvement District at highland & about 8600 S. It's the water office where I send my water bill to. There are 2 dump holes with hoses and it's free.
Also, this website is helpful
https://www.rvdumps.com/utah/

This is exactly what I do and where my bills go, so I figure I might as well use it. Most of the time it's not very busy and last time I went had brand new hoses.
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60 N Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150
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Try the Mormon Temple.
Its right downtown, you can't miss it.
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Honey Bucket. Take it to their facility and they clean it for you. About $40 for a complete clean or $25 just to vacuum it out

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thanks all, ended up cleaning it at the KOA, but will remember these for next go-round
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