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Old 02-10-2013, 08:44 PM   #1
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did the ZEP (Red Max Pro) treatment today on my 98 Discovery

Can't tell from the pictures bit it changed the way the entire coach looks. From start to finish including washing and treating the roof was about 11 hours.

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Overall I'd highly suggest it, I am amazed at how wellit came out.
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:56 PM   #2
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Looks great nice job
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:26 PM   #3
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Interested in how & what products did you clean the outside of your motorhome - it looks great! I'm attempting to "shine" my 2003 Allegro Bay.
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I washed it with Bar Keepers friend and scotch pads and then used TSP to wash it and then finally dawn dish soap. I then did 5 coats of Zep floor cleaner.

It really helped with the oxidation.
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What did you use to apply the floor cleaner - rag, sponge, etc?
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That sure does look nice, I have put off trying the floor wax but I will now. Thank you for the pictures.
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What did you use to apply the floor cleaner - rag, sponge, etc?
I used microfiber towels and a spray bottle. I would spray on the floor wax and then wipe it with the rag. Doing it this way really limited the runs and was a breeze to apply.
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Wow, looks great!! Thanks for the information on the products used.
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Did mine last year and it still looks great. Shines like new.
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Congratulations on a labor of love! Looks fantastic!

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Excellent! Well done!

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WOW!! Looks great. I'm gonna try that as soon as we start getting some good consistant weather here. My coach is a 98 fleetwood and I haven't had it very long. Don't know if it has ever been polished or waxed. Needs a good cleaning top to bottom. Thanks for sharing with us.
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WoW very nice job look like new
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I did my 2002 Adv last summer as she was badly oxidized after years in the california sun. Scrub plus clean plus 5 thin coats as instructed, took 2 days. Looking good after some cold and wet and freezing oregon weather. Still smiling each time I see my reflection.
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