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Old 12-20-2015, 11:23 AM   #15
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I have a 99 Thor Residency and applied the floor waxing and followed directions and applied 4 coats. So far all good...4 months. I was little nervous at first but now would recommend. Not to newer coach tho...
I might add I got all supplies at Home depot for under 25.00

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Old 12-20-2015, 12:09 PM   #16
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My '97 Aerbus was very oxidized when I bought it a year ago. I did a ton of research and decided to put the Zep on the Fiberglas roof and Poli glow on the Fiberglas sides. I scribbled the roof with oxyclean about 4 times using a brush and then power washed it. It really came out sparkling white. I then used a short nap paint roller and pole to roll on about 4 coats of the Zep high traffic floor wax. Very thin coats and time to dry in between coats. I scribbled the sides about 5 times and chose to use the Poli glo on that. It's been a year and still looks like new. I have received a ton of compliments on how new the motorhome looks. I don't get much in the way of white streaks from the roof after using the Zep. I'll probably refresh it this spring.

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