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Old 07-27-2012, 02:11 PM   #421
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Ya think the lighter area's will show thru the Zep?

Mabe I should wet sand it first .
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Old 07-27-2012, 02:20 PM   #422
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I was thinking it looks like the wideglide's headlight dings. Figured a few bad nights coming back into camp from Strurgis
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh !

I been telling the wife, Harley just dont make headlights like they used to !!
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Old 07-27-2012, 04:18 PM   #423
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It is about the right height.
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Old 07-28-2012, 03:55 PM   #424
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Who says you can't polish dog doo. 1996 PA Vision, Zep Heavy Traffic, 5 coats.
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Old 07-28-2012, 06:33 PM   #425
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WOW Brockx, that looks amazing! Nice job.
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Old 07-28-2012, 07:36 PM   #426
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Who says you can't polish dog doo. 1996 PA Vision, Zep Heavy Traffic, 5 coats.
Ya.. looks good
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Absolutely amazing!

I bought an 89 coachman 3 or 4 years ago. After completely redoing the interior, I pulled it outside and gave it a good washing and polishing. I was not impressed with the results but I figured the house was 20 years old, had obviously been neglected and it was what it was. That was until I happened upon this thread. I decided that it wasn't going cost that much to try it, and even if it didn't work it couldn't make it look much worse.

All I can say now is wow! The US government will almost find a reason to outlaw this process because the results are just too good to be true. Tomorrow it may turn yellow and start peeling like a bad sun burn but today it looks phenomenal.
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Absolutely amazing!

I bought an 89 coachman 3 or 4 years ago. After completely redoing the interior, I pulled it outside and gave it a good washing and polishing. I was not impressed with the results but I figured the house was 20 years old, had obviously been neglected and it was what it was. That was until I happened upon this thread. I decided that it wasn't going cost that much to try it, and even if it didn't work it couldn't make it look much worse.

All I can say now is wow! The US government will almost find a reason to outlaw this process because the results are just too good to be true. Tomorrow it may turn yellow and start peeling like a bad sun burn but today it looks phenomenal.
I had not seen it mentioned before but it also works great on mirror bodys, handles and such.
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I'd be embarrassed to say what all I've use it on.
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Old 07-29-2012, 09:17 PM   #430
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I'd be embarrassed to say what all I've use it on.
...and you'd be banned from the forum if you posted pictures of it. ...or....so I hear...
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Well, it does have something to do with a swimming pool. You take it from there.
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Well, it does have something to do with a swimming pool. You take it from there.
I used to run a pool service business. Older tiles had a bad calcium buildup that had to be blasted off. RMP would have been great to seal the tiles back up after cleaning.
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But, would it make it slick when wet?
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So, new product that seems like it was pulled right from this thread... Looks exactly like what RMP3.. Except maybe the headlights, which is weird.

https://www.getwipenew.com/
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