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Old 08-06-2015, 06:12 PM   #1
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Waxing your featherlight slx

Do you wax your Jayco...what product do you use.
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Old 08-07-2015, 10:29 AM   #2
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Do you wax your Jayco...what product do you use.
Thx.
I'm curious as well. When I picked up my trailer the dealer used spray wax (possibly from a power washer?) Not sure if that's good or bad but I was hesitant to use my "good stuff" (Zaino)
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Old 08-07-2015, 10:49 AM   #3
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I do wax ours a couple times a season. The wax is the same as for our vehicles, whatever I have in the shop. The best is a polymer type.
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I hate waxing the camper. I do wash it. Last fall I bought a large container of a McGuire's car wash with a built in wax. It works ok. But I would like to find out what the local car wash uses for a liquid wax as it seams to really bead up nicely.
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Old 08-07-2015, 03:06 PM   #5
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I detail cars part time, and now I detail the TT as well, I use carpro Hydro2 sealant and Reload sealant spray, the hydro2 you just spray on when the trailer is well and rinse off with a strong stream of water and you are protected for 3 months, reload will last longer, but it has to be applied to a dried surface. both are silica based nano sealants and are very resistant.
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Liquid Glass .... hard to find, not cheap either, but it lasts. Apply in the shade, comes off easy, than let the sun bake it into the paint. Will last all season!
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Old 08-07-2015, 10:29 PM   #7
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Meguires NXT 2.0 twice a year.

Regular washes, roof and all, with Meguires Deep Crystal Car Wash soap. It was the only car wash soap I could confirm with a MSDS that did NOT contain petroleum distillates. They are not compatible with the roof membrane, and since I wash roof and all I wanted a single acceptable soap that didnt also strip wax.
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Blackfire polish/sealant. It is the best one step product I have used and holds up well.
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Blackfire polish/sealant. It is the best one step product I have used and holds up well.
X2 does a great job. I spray and use the paste for a rub on at the same time.
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