September '15

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SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS 90 • RV PRO • SEPTEMBER 2015 rv-pro.com If the kids are heading back to school, it's a sure sign their parents and grandparents are getting ready to put away their RV for the winter. It's the perfect time for retailers to stock up on cleaning and repair supplies to offer those who might hit the store for o n e l a s t s h o t a t s u m m e r- time glory. For more information on any of the products in this sec- tion, simply type the website address that appears below a respective product listing into your website browser. Viewers of the digital edition of RV PRO can simply click their mouse on any listing to be taken directly to the respec- tive company's website. RV Care & Winterization Products MICROSEALANT REPAIR TAPES Royal Adhesives & Sealants, South Bend, Ind., presents Eterna- Bond MicroSealant Tapes. EternaBond can be used to permanently seal seams, slide rooms and all roof penetrations. EternaBond stays flexible down to minus-70 degrees. It is UV stable, environmentally friendly and contains no volatile organic compounds. EternaBond can be installed at temperatures as cold as 40 degrees Fahrenheit without primer, or minus-20 degrees with EternaPrime. It has a shelf life of five-plus years. www.rascp.com CLEANER/DEGREASER IN TWO FORMULAS Walex Products Co., Wilmington, N.C., presents the Green Hornet Cleaner/Degreaser Ready-to- Use and Super Concentrate formulas. Green Hornet replaces the three most commonly used RV cleaning products: black streak remover, awning cleaner, and rubber roof cleaner, with one bottle. The Super Concentrate (64 ounces) allows customers the ability to mix their own product to meet the application they are working on, and save time and money. The Green Hornet 32-ounce Ready-to-Use sprayer has been diluted to accommodate any task including: black streaks, awnings, rubber roofs, and many more applications. www.rvsanitation.com

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