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Old 07-19-2011, 01:41 PM   #1
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This may be a little off topic but.....Any of you who have dark colored wood work in your RV with scratches try some paste brown shoe polish and the scratches will disappear.
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Pretty good tip...I LIKE it! Thanks, Bob
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We used shoe polish on hardwood floors in our barracks in the service in the 60's. Building was from World War 2. Worked very well. Have also used Old English scratch cover for dark wood. Made by Reckitt and Coleman, Inc. .............ronspradley
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