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Old 07-30-2012, 07:20 PM   #435
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Has anybody used this on a fiberglass boat by chance?
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Old 07-30-2012, 07:22 PM   #436
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Poly-glow (and others) is the same thing and is used all the time..
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One big difference: Poly Glow is about $60 a quart. RMP #3 is under $10 a gallon!
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One big difference: Poly Glow is about $60 a quart. RMP #3 is under $10 a gallon!
Sounds like I should buy enough for the motorhome & the boat.
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Old 07-30-2012, 07:50 PM   #439
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Has anybody used this on a fiberglass boat by chance?
Yes. Been used in Florida for years. Not sure what it's marine protection quotient is, but a quick google search might point up some actual case histories.
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I wish I'd had known about it when the metal was flake-ing off my bass boat.
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RMP not available at lowes, bought zep high traffic instead, was $16 a gallon. Not realizing how far it would go, I bought 2 gallons. 1 gallon will do a 34' class A with some left over.
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Think about it. There are a lot of things that ZEP will look pretty again. Counter top, old computer desk, work bench. Anything you want shinny. If you missed it, I turned primer grey into primer gloss with just 5 coats and no sanding.
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It wil make the shower look great also.
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I bought 2 gal also and have 1 1/3 left. I did only use 4 coats on the top half. I found a few spots I messed up on the last coat, so will put one more on.

I used it on the flat black mirror housings, all the black window trim and the 4 aluminum awning covers.

Still have an enclosed trailer to do and decided to put on my '94 chevy snow plow truck. Still have a '99 Expedition I don't know what I'm going to do with yet, so will do that too.
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Poly-glow (and others) is the same thing and is used all the time..
Yes But Poly Glow Is extremely expensive.
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I bought 2 gal also and have 1 1/3 left. I did only use 4 coats on the top half. I found a few spots I messed up on the last coat, so will put one more on.

I used it on the flat black mirror housings, all the black window trim and the 4 aluminum awning covers.

Still have an enclosed trailer to do and decided to put on my '94 chevy snow plow truck. Still have a '99 Expedition I don't know what I'm going to do with yet, so will do that too.
I have an idea!!!! See it works on a floor.
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I did, I did. Works there too.... Only put one coat on. Needs another.
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Poly-glow (and others) is the same thing and is used all the time..
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One big difference: Poly Glow is about $60 a quart. RMP #3 is under $10 a gallon!
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Yes But Poly Glow Is extremely expensive.
He didnt ask the price. I figured he would find out on his own
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