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Cobwebs on SSE

Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by Horizonsfan, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. Horizonsfan

    Horizonsfan Active Member

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    Was at Epcot today and noticed that SSE could use a good dusting:

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    This was taken from under in the queue and not the only area that had them. Has anyone else noticed this? I've never seen it before.

    Not sure what's up with exterior SSE maintainence lately, but between the black spots a while back and now this, it seems a little ridiculous. Someone should tell them Target sells swiffers for relatively cheap (though I hear they prefer to shop at Walmart :animwink:)
  2. PyroKinesis

    PyroKinesis Active Member

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    If it's outside, it can't be a cobweb, it's a spider web.
  3. Scuttle

    Scuttle Well-Known Member

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    Does not surprise me at all. Walmart? I was thinking Kmart. Lol
  4. Horizonsfan

    Horizonsfan Active Member

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    Cobweb, spiderweb, whatever... it is doesn't look great. :shrug:
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    Cmdr_Crimson Well-Known Member

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    cobwebs are actually spider webs.
  7. PyroKinesis

    PyroKinesis Active Member

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    Well no, there is no "whatever" here.
  8. raven

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    The "black spots" are actually caused from when they powerwash the exterior. The dirt is moved around and gets into spot that can neither be reached by the highreach or from the top. They tend to keep this spot on the west side of SSE (the side least seen by guests). [​IMG]
    As for spiderwebs, that's a given. They pop back up every day even if you knock them down.
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    puntagordabob Well-Known Member

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    Lots of spiders in Florida...sorta goes with the climate..... Disney does an outstanding job as insects down here are relentless!
  10. wdwfan22

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    if you think that's bad look at Soarin. I think it's been months since some of the dust in there has been touched :xmas:
  11. walterdisney

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    unusual use of :xmas: lol
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    The Empress Lilly Well-Known Member

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    I'd pay to do that!! Must be awesome, getting to hug SSE like that.

    :xmas:
  13. marni1971

    marni1971 WDW History nut Premium Member

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    Nice pic Raven.
  14. Horizonsfan

    Horizonsfan Active Member

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    Very cool. Didn't know.

    Wasn't trying to insinuate that this was the end of WDW as we know it, just pointing out a highly visible area that didn't look so great. It's a given that certain things, webs, dust, etc are endless cleaning war. It was just more surprise that nobody had gotten it during 3rd shift or the morning as it was a good sized area of the base. :wave:

    Noticed that as well. the 2nd to last holding area is really bad.
  15. wdwmagic

    wdwmagic Administrator Moderator

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    Thanks for the pic raven!
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    COProgressFan Well-Known Member

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    No kidding. Raven, (or someone else in the know) do you know how often the Soarin' queue fixtures are dusted? Because they are often covered with lots dust and it's very noticeable.
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    aladdin2007 Well-Known Member

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    Never? I have yet to see it without dust and grime. Another air vac atmosphere, between that and SSE, :brick:
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    dreamscometrue Well-Known Member

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    You know what would be unbelievibly bad...like the worst thing ever? Those cobwebs on all those burned out light bulbs we've been 'talking' about. I can't even imagine that. :)
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