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Old 02-25-2012, 12:23 AM   #15
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I talked to keystone customer service guy and he recommended nu finish for the glass walls. do not use any thing with a cleaner in it. other wise anything with out a cleaner in it will be OK. Most waxes are a lot of work to use. so get something easy on, easy off. he told me not to use car washing stations with pressure hoses and hot wax. might make leaks and then you are in trouble.
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Hi I was wondering how to polish out those scatches from tree branches without damaging the finish
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