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Old 11-28-2011, 04:02 PM   #1
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Polish and Wax - need a guy in Colorado? Any suggestions??

We just purchased our 1999 Sea View, and its only got 50k miles on it, but its been sitting... It needs a good Polish and Wax job... The clear is fine, it just needs some new life....
Anyone in the Denver Metro Area know of anyone who can perform magic???
I've waxed it myself already once and i can't seem to not miss spots... I'd like to point out to SOMONE ELSE where the spots are... My arms are tired!!
I'm looking for a body shop or someplace that knows what their doing with fiberglass and plastic...

Any suggestions would be great... This is a gift to myself this year because i'm so awesome!!!!!
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We just purchased our 1999 Sea View, and its only got 50k miles on it, but its been sitting... It needs a good Polish and Wax job... The clear is fine, it just needs some new life....
Anyone in the Denver Metro Area know of anyone who can perform magic???
I've waxed it myself already once and i can't seem to not miss spots... I'd like to point out to SOMONE ELSE where the spots are... My arms are tired!!
I'm looking for a body shop or someplace that knows what their doing with fiberglass and plastic...

Any suggestions would be great... This is a gift to myself this year because i'm so awesome!!!!!
Look for the Red Max Pro threads.

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Give KC's Auto Body a try. I used him for some repair work on my 5th wheel when the wind ripped off our awning. He does repair work for the RV dealers in the Denver area. He is located off I-70 about 1 mile west of Camping World. His address is 15097 W. 44th Avenue and his # is (303) 279-4408. He did very nice work on my Sportsman and his prices seemed reasonable. Hope this helps. Mark
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Yellow pages...automotive section.....detailing????
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Yellow pages...automotive section.....detailing????
Thank you!

I was looking for someone who had some expierence with someone here locally, rather than shoot in the dark. I've paid for a buff and wax before and it was the WORST $300 i've spent...
I'm trying to avoid doing this myself, however as most things go... If you want something done right, you'd better do it yourself....
But if someone says - "Hey, I used Big Sids RV Wash and WAX off Road 2 and they worked miracles" I'd go there...
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Give KC's Auto Body a try. I used him for some repair work on my 5th wheel when the wind ripped off our awning. He does repair work for the RV dealers in the Denver area. He is located off I-70 about 1 mile west of Camping World. His address is 15097 W. 44th Avenue and his # is (303) 279-4408. He did very nice work on my Sportsman and his prices seemed reasonable. Hope this helps. Mark
K&C or my buddy Steve Casey's??? I totally forgot he had a new body shop...
We purchased our second boat from Steve when he had a little tiny lot on south broadway, fresh paint on the building and new tar in the driveway... he was only open for a short time when we met him... We were one of his first sales... We've kept in touch over the years, its good to see a small business like his grow...
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