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Old 05-08-2013, 09:16 PM   #1
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Zep Red Max Pro Or Zep Wet Look

Zep Red Max Pro is no longer available but Zep Wet look has taken its place. I have read a lot about using it on your rv here on the forum but everything I have read does not mention how much it takes to do it. You can purchase it in 1 gallon or 5 gallon. If you did yours, how much did it take to do yours and what size mh was it? Thanks.
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One gallon is all you should need.
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Don't assume the ingredents are the same as red max pro.
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Zep and Red Max pro 3 are made by the same company. Zep High Traffic is the Red max pro 3's twin, same product. The Zep Wet Look will work just fine just lighten your wallet a little more.

One gallon should do four or five coats on about any coach 38 feet or less. remember Damp Microfiber cloth only, never wet enough to run. You will like the results.
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I also read yesterday that Lowes is having a clearance sale. Something lock $5 for a regular $25 bucket.
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I also read yesterday that Lowes is having a clearance sale. Something lock $5 for a regular $25 bucket.
Look at local lowes here and called them also. They are not having a sale here according to lowes rep. Where did you read the sale info?
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I did mine last year and it only took about a 1/2 of a gallon for four coats. The wet look will make your coach look new again.
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I did mine last year and it only took about a 1/2 of a gallon for four coats. The wet look will make your coach look new again.
Thanks for the info. Going to start on it when I get back from our Florida trip week after next. My coach sure does need it. Has no shine at all and is heavly oxidized.
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Just remember prep work will be 90% of the job! DO NOT try to put it on heavy, or in direct sunlight/wind. It has to go on very thin and have time to even itself out prior to drying!
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Look at local lowes here and called them also. They are not having a sale here according to lowes rep. Where did you read the sale info?
I read it on the RV.net website
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