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Old 11-17-2012, 09:10 PM   #15
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I used the Zep wet look on my 1996 ALLEGRO and it looks great my wife was so impressed she stayed on the phone for 3 hours telling her friend about what we did ! I put 4 coats on and its just great.
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Old 12-17-2012, 05:34 PM   #16
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This sounds fantastic! Does it work on painted surfaces and decals too, or just on fiberglass gelcoat?
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It works on all of them. It was designed as a floor sealer.
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Old 12-17-2012, 07:21 PM   #18
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I did mine 2 weeks ago with ZEP Wet Look Floor Wax and now it looks almost like a new paint job. The shine is outstanding. It took less than a gallon to apply 4 coats. It is like adding a new clear coat to the paint.
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Old 12-20-2012, 07:49 AM   #19
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I applied it correctly and it held up great for a year. It was something in the wash. I am going to use the Red Max Stripper to get the rest off and reapply the RMP3.DICK
You really don't have to remove the residual - new application of RMP will blend with old. However - if your a perfectionist RMP can easily be removed with Ammonia - no need to buy stripper.

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You really don't have to remove the residual - new application of RMP will blend with old. However - if your a perfectionist RMP can easily be removed with Ammonia - no need to buy stripper.

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Thanks--I was debating about trying to just clean & add more wax or strip and rewax. I might try the clean and add more wax first.

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Has anyone used this stuff to clear plastic headlight lenses that have clouded over from sunlight?

I have an old truck that's purely a work beater that has that problem, I use the polish stuff, but within a few months the clouding is forming again.
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Has anyone used this stuff to clear plastic headlight lenses that have clouded over from sunlight?

I have an old truck that's purely a work beater that has that problem, I use the polish stuff, but within a few months the clouding is forming again.
Give it a try! What have you to loose! I would suggest you substitute the ZEP ($24.00 per gal.) for a small bottle of Futura Clear Vinyl Floor Wax. It may be called by another name at this time. It's available in small containers for about $5.00. I think it's made by Johnson & Johnson.
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