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Post# 535891   8/9/2011 at 13:03 (4,494 days old) by danmantn (Tennessee)        

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So my original Speed Queen set is getting to be nearly 2 years old now. I'm noticing the finish is a bit ruff around the lip of the top where the water splashes during the spray rinse. Of course, I want to protect the finish. What's the best option - good ole car polish, or something else?

Post# 535892 , Reply# 1   8/9/2011 at 13:09 (4,494 days old) by Iheartmaytag (Wichita, Kansas)        
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In the good o'le days I used Jubelee. 

Now I prefer the paste version of Turtle Wax, or Mequires


I also like Turtle wax for walls in the shower.  Water runs right off, and no hard water spots. 

Post# 535973 , Reply# 2   8/9/2011 at 16:11 (4,493 days old) by laundromat (Hilo, Hawaii)        

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I use New Finish or Finish 2000.

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