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Old 09-04-2015, 09:03 AM   #15
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The only products i use on my RV body and roof.
1. Meguires gold wash
2. Dicor self leveler and non sag
3. Butyl tape
4. Proflex
5. Eternabond tape

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I am getting ready to put on where the front cap meets the roof. I didn't buy any primer/cleaner. I read isopropyl alcohol and acetone works very well and dries quickly.

What did everyone use for a cleaner? Any comments would be appreciated
Thanks
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I am getting ready to put on where the front cap meets the roof. I didn't buy any primer/cleaner. I read isopropyl alcohol and acetone works very well and dries quickly.

What did everyone use for a cleaner? Any comments would be appreciated
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The MSDS for EternaClean is 70 - 90% Acetone and 5 -15% Heptane. The aerosol nature of EternaClean makes it easy to use, but Acetone should work.
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