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Old 10-10-2011, 07:08 PM   #1
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My RMP3 experience

About one week after starting - she shines. After reading just about every post I decided applying RMP was the most critical stage. Prep - just a lot of work. I applied using multi purpose aplicator pads from walmart. Five pads, three blue and two white with detachable handle in a round tub from automotive department. Terry cloth cover with microfiber interior. Put RMP3 in spray bottle. Just a short squirt in center of pad and applied using small circular strokes. After several feet covered another squirt and kept going. To much wax and bubbles appeared. This process produced a VERY thin coat, such that a minute later I could apply second coat. Very little ladder moving. Thirtythree footer done with less than half a gallon and I wasted a lot. Get a GOOD spray bottle. I went thru two very quickly.
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Old 10-11-2011, 09:32 AM   #2
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Have never used or seen the product before, but a couple of reviews I read online indicate that it does a fantastic job and reduces the number of times it has to be done to mabe once ever couple of years. One of the articles, the user applied and polished it out using a varible speed buffer.
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I tried Googling RMP3.

The acronym list didn't help me.

What is RMP3, please?
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I tried Googling RMP3.

The acronym list didn't help me.

What is RMP3, please?
Had to do RPM Polish to find it.

Restructure Marine Polish
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No, no, no... It's Red Max Pro #3 floor finish. Use the search for Red Max Pro or RMP#3.
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No, no, no... It's Red Max Pro #3 floor finish. Use the search for Red Max Pro or RMP#3.
Thanks! Red Max 3 did not come up under my search of RPM or RMP3. In fact, RMP3 brought up some sort of electronic system. Would appear that Google is not always the answer.
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I was talking about the search at the top of the page will bring up several threads about RMP#3.
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A humble 1,000 pardons. I thought RMP3 aka RMP#3 and Red Max Pro #3 was world famous and no introduction was necessary. Any questions?
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A humble 1,000 pardons. I thought RMP3 aka RMP#3 and Red Max Pro #3 was world famous and no introduction was necessary. Any questions?
Think Again. I hate acronyms even tho I lived in a world of em when I was working--FAA.
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