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Old 11-26-2014, 12:08 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by dfandrews View Post
Re: Harsh: I was making reference to your "3800" typo post. Upon re-reading of my post: I agree, Harsh!
Please accept my apologies.

No worries at all, Don. I saw it in the same context that you meant it, albeit from a different angle. My retort was in fun too. We need bigger smilies.


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Old 11-26-2014, 04:39 PM   #32
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I recommend Poli-Glo.........used it on a 20 year old sailboat and 14 year old Casita trailer. Prep work is it lasts along time and brings back the shine. Lots of happy users, and I'd stay away from floor wax as it's not formulated for UV sun exposure.
You will need warm temps for this work. As in painting, preparation work drives the finished look.
Research thoroughly whatever you do, before you do it.

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