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Old 07-25-2015, 10:03 AM   #1
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Zep floor coating

I want to put the Zep wet look polish on my motorhome. It has some old finish on it that I want to remove first. Can I use the Zep stripper without hurting the paint on the aluminum siding?
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I want to put the Zep wet look polish on my motorhome. It has some old finish on it that I want to remove first. Can I use the Zep stripper without hurting the paint on the aluminum siding?
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Unfortunately ALL floor polishes, (including Zep), tend to yellow over time.
Why not use a polish/wax/protactant made for the purpose?
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The old finish looks bad and is flaking. Whoever put it on did it over black marks so I want to clean it up. I had some OMNI MR187 reducer for base coat paint that I wiped on and it took the old coating off without hurting the paint. Bad thing is you need to wear a respirator when using it.
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