Have a couple of questions.
1st: what are BKF and TSP?
2nd: with this being a floor finish, does it yellow after a time?
Most of us have no long term knowledge about turning yellow. We are almost one year and I can't tell any change in color.
2001 35 ft avalon alpenlite RK
2005 3500 2wd duramax CC dually
trailair center point suspension
JT Strong Arm Stabilizers
KSH 55 inbed fuel tank
Induction Overhaul Kit
TST tire monitors
BKF-"Be Kind Friends" & help them to clean there RV.....
Sorry little pun...BKF is Bar Keepers friend, sold in most grocery store next to the comet/ajax. About $1.88 in a shiny Gold can. None abrasive, good stuff(Wife will use it in the kitchen). TSP trisodium phosphate sold Home depot/ Lowes Ace etc..(come's in a half gallon milk carton container) Should where gloves went using it. Don't let that scare yea, just have respect of it and read the directions. It suppose to cut mold & many other items for prep for painting and so forth. When painting an Auto or finishing furniture it all about the prepping, same goes here. The ends justify the means. When you do your rig be patient and articulate about what is left after cleaning with these two items. The Red MaxPro #3 will be just like coats of Lacquer over your surface, try to put on 4 (thin)coats to get the results of a mirror finish. THIN "DO NOT LET IT RUN"& again just like finishing furniture, auto etc.. You will find the (Red Max Pro #3) at Lowes for the most part. It is a discounted discontinued item so finding it will be a task. Now for someone else to chime on the replacement with supposedly ZEP brand, they are made with the same ingredients I've heard. They are Acrylic floor finish & not a wax. There is tons of write ups on Red Max Pro & Zep so grab a Beer and read on. Good luck
Not really on point, but does one have to remove the sloppy caulking oozing around windows and doors, or just clean and cover with the RMP after doing all the above. If the caulk must be removed, how?
I didn't remove any caulk before applying the finish, just cleaned it up (the dirty white Dicor). I used the ZEP Wet Look Floor Finish, as the RMP wasn't available from either Lowes or Home Depot. My caulk is now shiny, just like the fiberglass and black metal window frames.
I used it for the first time this weekend. Wow.....she sure does shine. Putting on the RMP was easy. The prep was a killer but worth it.
Jayco 2010 321RLMS 36feet with Monster Slide
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