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Old 02-03-2014, 08:50 AM   #15
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IC, I always try and get as much off (wax) as possible and that includes using a tooth brush and QTips after the buffer. Anal yes but looks Damm nice. I hope it turns out nice.
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Old 07-10-2014, 11:11 PM   #16
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When your wax job dulls and want to make it shine and not spend $500 look into the ZEP postings. I found a 1996 Allegro back about 3 years ago it was a cream puff inside but was dull on the outside. I was going to have my grand son paint it but I read up on the ZEP wet look and decided to try it. I have had 4 motorhomes and have waxed them over and over spend untold hours maintaining the exterior. I will recommend you at least look into the postings red max pro and Zep . I spent about a day cleaning the oxidation off my Allegro and applying the Zep that was 3 years ago and it still looks good and it only cost me approximately $50. KEEP THEM SHINING
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