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Old 07-30-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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RV Mobile Detailing in the Fort Worth/Dallas, Texas area

I'm looking for a good mobile detailing company in the Fort Worth/Dallas, Texas area. Any recommendations or anybody to stay away from? I'm needing a full wax & buff on the exterior of my 35' class A.
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You might try the Red Max Pro #3 route instead of wax. This thread tells it all. Red Max Pro #3 Question

It takes prep time to remove old wax, grime, and chalk from fiberglass, but then application is MUCH easier and faster than wax!

Prep: Use TSP (trisodium phospate) and Barkeeper's Friend to clean off RV. Rinse.

Then apply 4 coats of Red Max Pro #3 floor acrylic (available at Lowes or Home Depot) If you can't find RMP #3, Zep has High Traffic Floor Finish is the same product, different label. It works on fiberglass, paint, vinyl graphics, window trim, etc. Gives a high gloss protective finish that only needs a refresher coat once a year.
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You might try the Red Max Pro #3 route instead of wax. This thread tells it all. Red Max Pro #3 Question

It takes prep time to remove old wax, grime, and chalk from fiberglass, but then application is MUCH easier and faster than wax!

Prep: Use TSP (trisodium phospate) and Barkeeper's Friend to clean off RV. Rinse.

Then apply 4 coats of Red Max Pro #3 floor acrylic (available at Lowes or Home Depot) If you can't find RMP #3, Zep has High Traffic Floor Finish is the same product, different label. It works on fiberglass, paint, vinyl graphics, window trim, etc. Gives a high gloss protective finish that only needs a refresher coat once a year.
Thanks for the tip, I'm going to head to Lowe's here shortly. If I can get it to look half as good as some on that thread, I'll be happy.
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