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Old 06-23-2014, 09:10 AM   #1
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Waxing 99 DP

I'm new to the site and just wanted to thank you all for turning me on to Bar Keepers Friend(BFK) and ZEP floor wax. Yesterday cleaned the roof and front cap before I got rained on. However my front cap never looked better after using BKF, can't wait to get the wax on her. What a great site and thanks for all the help

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tom9615 - I also got the BKF and ZEP info from the folks on this site. Did wonders for my 2003 Coachmen - be careful - I used some black streak/bug remover on mine in a couple of spots over the weekend and it removed the wax in those areas...ouch..oh well I was gonna put another coat on anyway...it has been on for a year and I figured another coat wouldn't hurt


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I use a micro fiber towel and dawn dish soap and water in a spray bottle my Zep has held up great. My dw was cleaning the wind shield with windex and I freaked out I saw it had ammonia in it and ammonia will remove Zep . Have a great day keep them shining.
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Glad you made it in here, and have already found some helpful info. Keep us posted on how the wax job came out.
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