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Old 06-05-2014, 07:57 PM   #15
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The key is clean really well first! I put 2 coats of ZEP stain resistant floor sealer on first. After drying - I applied 5 coats of ZEP high-traffic floor finish. If interested - try the compartment doors first. See how you like it.
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Old 06-05-2014, 10:48 PM   #16
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My doors are painted so it may react differently
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You better pick up a lifetime supply of any Zep products.

The factory in the north Atlanta area burned to the ground a couple of weeks ago. Their future is uncertain.
Just went by the ZEP plant yesterday and they are still busy. Their plant is untouched by any damage. The plant that burned was a chemical supplier to ZEP located in Marietta, GA. The ZEP plant is just south of Cartersville, GA. There may be a few of their products what may be in short supply until they can get a replacement supplier but they are still OK.
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Our doors are painted also - we didn't do the Zep on the doors - only the area above. We used regular car was on the doors.

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Old 06-06-2014, 06:54 PM   #19
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Anyone have before and after Zep photos?


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My doors are also painted tan. No problems at all with zepping
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Old 06-10-2014, 08:08 AM   #21
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It really is amazing stuff...



I can strip .......................

Again amazing stuff!
What are you stripping with?

My ZEP has been on for almost 2 years now and still looks great. I messed up the front cap cleaning Florida Love Bugs off with Simple Green and want to redo it.


Edit: Sorry just saw you had said Ammonia and water
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OK Folks, I have been reading up on the ZEP posts for the last 2 to 3 years.

About 98% love it and are VERY IMPRESSED with the results! I have a 1993 Pace Arrow Diesel Pusher I'm getting ready to sell...Hmmmm

Oh, WEAR GLOVES. Don't get it on your skin! I hear it's next to impossible to gte off your hands\body.

Let's see some more B4/After PICS folks!
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Getting ready to do the Adventurer. Have supplies and will document as I go thru the steps I learned here and from the net..Waiting on some strips I am replacing.Until then, here is a U Tube video of a spare tire cover getting done. Before and after.

Using Floor Polish on Faded Motor Home / RV fiberglass. - YouTube
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Hope this shows up in the pictures. I have not done the rear cap yet so that's the before. Front cap has 4 coats. The finish is amazing!
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Ooooo weeee

Shines like a new Penny.
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NICE PICS!

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NICE pic! That Southwind looks like the same body as my 93 Pace Arrow Diesel Pusher. Mine is on an Oshkosh Chassis!

I love those older Motorhomes, Going to be tough selling her!

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That 2nd PIC really shows the shine!

Thanks for the PICS!
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Just finished mine. Made some small mistakes, didn't get the front as clean as I should have and now I have dirt streaks in my Zep. No problem though, it was a really good first run through for me. Going to run it like that for the rest of the season, strip and re-apply this fall. I'll strip it all off, then go park it and apply in my covered winter parking. As far as getting it off your hands, GoJo works really well. (Don't ask me how I know)
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