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Old 05-06-2003, 12:05 AM   #1
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Washing of walls

What is the best way to freshen interior walls? They're not sticky or dirty looking. I would just like to Spring clean our "new" a/s.

I know I read the answer to my Q some time ago but no longer remember where to look.

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Future floor wax?

This stuff works great and wears well too:

http://www.airforums.com/forum...future+and+wax
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Actually Roger, you apply the Future Floor Finish AFTER the walls are clean...it works best on the vinyl walls, but is also effective on the Zolotone of the 60's.

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Suz,

We used Armoural and it seems to do fine, however it has only been on since Oct 2002. Good Luck
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We used the Dow Scrubbing Bubbles as it doesn't drip.
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I know I can always count on the fine Forums members for help

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