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So. It won't let me edit it, and it posted before I was ready. But if you click on it. You should see my 2013 Apex, that we bought in 2012. I just finished waxing it, well most of it, Still lack the back end.

Personally, I think it looks pretty durn good for a 7 year old Travel Trailer. Yeah I know. 8 years was wrong

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Look new to me, good looking unit.
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I hate Facebook - nice wax job!

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Only way I could get a picture on was thru Facebook

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Regular washing/waxing really does keep them looking nice. Ours gets washed pretty much every time we use it and waxed 2 or 3 times during the season. As a result, we got OVER blue book high retail value for our travel trailer trade-in last year, in part because the exterior look so nice.

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Looking good !

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use this link for photos, the account is all setup for RV.net
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Rv net photo hosting

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Very nice! I just did that very thing to our 36’ fiver this weekend. It’s a huge job but sure does look good when it’s done. It’s also a great opportunity to check out sealant on the rig. [emoticon]


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blofgren wrote:

Very nice! I just did that very thing to our 36’ fiver this weekend. It’s a huge job but sure does look good when it’s done. It’s also a great opportunity to check out sealant on the rig. [emoticon]


Yep. I have been caulking ever since I finished. It is a very good way to find the problems on your RV.

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