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Old 09-12-2011, 02:02 PM   #85
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The question was: "No wax? Just Red Max Pro".
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The question was: "No wax? Just Red Max Pro".

Sorry I was being silly. It might not have sounded good.
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Old 09-12-2011, 02:44 PM   #87
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Don't let it happen again.
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Old 09-12-2011, 03:44 PM   #88
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Don't let it happen again.
ya better be nice because I am leaving for Casa Grande the 22nd and I might just drive up there and show you how great red max looks.
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Old 09-12-2011, 06:41 PM   #89
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Red Max Pro is a wax. A floor wax.
Its an acrylic finish, but I think we've got a sales slogan;

Don't wax, just MAX!
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Old 09-12-2011, 11:05 PM   #90
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What happened to "Wax on, Wax off", Grasshopper?
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i was asking if its good for the basement metal ?
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We have painted metal on the bottom sides of our alpenlite and it looks great. I did the job in June and it still looks like I washed it. Dirt or dust seems to not be sticking to the finish. I used a thetford product 2 years ago and it collected dust so bad just over night.
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Old 09-13-2011, 07:57 PM   #93
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Did you know it works good on floors ? Yup, floors -- We have a 42' Monaco Camelot, with tile floors thru out -- The tile was the uglist stuff you`ve ever seen -- At one time we were considering replacing it with something that was more pleasing -- I was following a thread on RVNet about RMP3, & thought I would give it a try on the floor -- What a difference -- Took 5 coats before the shine started to appear, & 2 more made it a beatiful floor -- Took almost the gallon, but went to Lowe`s & got their last bottle -- Bill Willard
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If you could see our shower. It looks like a million bucks, well it looked great before the red max pro #3.
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thanks for the great idea and tips. i used it on my 1979 trans van and am very happy with it. i think i ended up putting on 6 coats.
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My brother painted a Chevy van with a roller and latex paint. It looked great from a distance. Not going to tell him about RMP. In fact, I'm not telling him about anything; he's more of a jerk than me.
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Yea!!! finished the motorhome with the Red Max Pro 3. It looks like it did when we first brought it 14 years ago, minus the few scratches, dents, sun faded on the gray boxes below,and rock pits from the Alaska Highway. It was really time consuming, but worth it all.
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Forum rules. You must post pics of RMP#3 application.
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