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Old 02-21-2014, 06:36 PM   #15
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Old 02-22-2014, 09:15 PM   #16
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On every surface that doesn't need to shine, like rubber roof, plastics, rubber moulding, etc...I spray on and leave it "wet" and soak in, sometimes
I'll wipe/spread it on with a sponge but try not to wipe off.On my gel coat areas I hand buff to a shine
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On every surface that doesn't need to shine, like rubber roof, plastics, rubber moulding, etc...I spray on and leave it "wet" and soak in, sometimes
I'll wipe/spread it on with a sponge but try not to wipe off.On my gel coat areas I hand buff to a shine
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I have a 30' about how many bottles to do the whole thing?

J&k thanx for the linq, ordered one bottle if I like the way it works going to buy a gallon at a time. Can get it for $50 shipped, seems like the best way to go.

How does this stuff hold up to washing? We use ours about every weekend in the summer and I'm pretty anal about my stuff so I usually wash it before we leave and when we get back. I don't use soap just the brush and water and then towel it dry cause its never really dirty
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Way back, I removed all the decals from our old fifthwheel. I used a wallpaper steamer and plastic putty knife my daughter had. It shrunk them up and off they came.
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