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Old 04-08-2013, 09:36 AM   #15
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After 7 coats of anything I would expect a shine ! But I will say the final project looks great. Good work.
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This thread explains the differences: Red Max Pro #3 Question. Read post #186
Thanks, that does make it clear. I guess that by using Wet look, I will have to re-apply sooner that using heavy traffic.
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See any problem putting the Heavy Traffic over the Wet Look? I've already got Wet Look on.
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Me again. Thinking about putting ZEP on my 1986 fiberglass boat. How does it react to saltwater exposure?
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Me again. Thinking about putting ZEP on my 1986 fiberglass boat. How does it react to saltwater exposure?

In regard to both your questions, I am afreaid I will not be much help, this is my first project with Zep, no experience with applying the heavy over the wetlook and certainly no boat or salt water experience.

Hopefully someone will chime in.
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