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Old 09-01-2014, 07:21 AM   #1
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Jayco 28DSBH wash and wax

Couldn't find any threads on wash and wax. I am looking for a good RV wash followed up by a easy to use wax. I have also heard other people using 303 for a UV protector on the decals. Any one with the fiberglass trailer chime in on what you are using. Thanks
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Old 09-01-2014, 08:00 AM   #2
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I use Meguiars NXT or Ultimate Wax..very easy on...very very easy off..As far as wash goes I also use meguiars car wash soap....
Now on my truck and bike and hot rod I use Adams...
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I got some NuFinish yesterday while I was out and plan to use it on the TT.

I used NuFinish for the first time back in the early 90s on a daily driver and after 10 years of putting it on the car, the paint still looked brand new when I sold the car. So I want to see how it does on the TT.

Soap...I use Meguires Class Gold car soap on the truck and cars, so I'll use it on the TT too.
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I got some NuFinish yesterday while I was out and plan to use it on the TT.
I was going to try Nu Finish as well but the label said not to use it on vinyl. {Graphics}. I bought some Protectall and it cleans and waxes at the same time. It did a really nice job but it may require more frequent applications. Very easy to apply though. BD, let us know how the Nu Finish works out, I may still go that route.
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Old 09-01-2014, 12:36 PM   #5
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protectall, turtle wax ice are both easy on easy off, but won't last like a good paste wax. Might want to visit a corvette forum, they are fiberglass, and those that own them baby them.
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I used Zaino on my Z06 when I had it and use it now on my other cars that aren't park outside year round. Not waxing the TT with it though as it's outstanding for shine but durability is not as good. TT will be stored outside so need something a little more durable against the elements.

I used NuFinsh this morning on the truck and turned out real nice. I'll add the second coat in 30 days then do it each spring and fall.

The previous car I used it on had graphics (vinyl) and they were fine after 10 years of use! I'll check the label again and do some web research to see what I find and report back.
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If I aint mistaken Turtle Wax ICE is actually polish.....I didnt think it came off 1/2 as easy as any of the Meguiars products...
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