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Blackdiamond

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Posted: 07/26/13 09:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I use Wash Wax All, you can get it on Amazon it works great and you can use it anywhere as it is a waterless product. I really like it.


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X2 on Wash Wax All

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Posted: 07/26/13 11:23am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've been using GEL GLOSS HEAVY DUTY RV WASH & WAX with good results for a few years now. Available at Camping World.


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Posted: 07/26/13 12:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I use Wash/Wax All on the RV and the car. It is fast and easy to use and does a great job.


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I use gel gloss heavy duty rv wax for years and it hold up well in the south florida sun





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Posted: 07/26/13 04:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Meguiar's ScratchX (miracle product!) + Meguiar's Tech 2 wax.


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Hi Effy, I use Nu Finish Wax on the metal parts of my coach especially the front end and the outside storage cabinet doors! When I was driving over the road (44 years, until I retired 3 years ago) I would wax my Peterbuilt (Semi) every Spring with 3 coats of Nu Finish Wax and it would last one full year. I've tried everything on decals and from my experience Aerospace #303 works best for keeping the luster on decals. On the fiberglass I use pledge furniture polish easy to use and does a fair job. Good to hear from you again and Good Luck in whatever you choose.

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I use these 2 products together in same bucket mixed and wash and dry in normal fashion. I use the same on all my cars and bus. I have never had better results no matter how much work in put into the wash and wax and I have spent 1,000's over the last 40 years. The only trick is the surface must be in good shape before. It must be smooth with no oxidation or over spray, so must polish or clay bar 1st time. I have stopped buying anything else. Was taught this from a pro I hired to clay bar and wax my bus after some paint work.

Give it a shot, several car show nuts have follow my recommendation and converted to same processes.

http://aerolon.com/tech-shine

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/product/protect-all-quick-easy-wash/1545


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Right now I am using Turtle Wax wash and wax. But I have used many different ones and they all gave similar results


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Posted: 07/27/13 05:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Assuming that you have a gel-coat finish, this is by far one of the better products out there. I have experimented with several, but this product has the correct oils in it to rejuvenate the gel-coat to a like new surface, and it lasts.

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