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Old 06-21-2014, 06:09 PM   #1
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Best wax to preserve exterior

Any suggestions on the best wash and wax to use to keep the exterior shiny as well as the decals?
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We had a folddown with an aluminum skin and now have a TT with a fiberglass skin. In both cases I have used Meguiar's Gold Class with great results.
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We had a folddown with an aluminum skin and now have a TT with a fiberglass skin. In both cases I have used Meguiar's Gold Class with great results.

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Protectall wax/sealant easiest so far!
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I have used Protectall with good results, Turtle Wax Ice with good results. In between I wash with a wash/wax soap I found on Amazon. If my TT wasn't stored so far away, I would love to give it a coat of Meguiar's Gold Class, but alas when I am there, I don't want to spend a day or two waxing.
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Being an aviator, I use Rejex on my RV as well, it is pricey though.
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Old 06-28-2014, 12:10 AM   #10
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You'll get the most durability out of a synthetic sealant. Online vendors like autogeek carry some great products not available in your chain stores that are much better. For locally available products, Collinite is an excellent product with good durability. For someone like me who details as a hobby and enjoys the extra time and effort it takes to make things shine like a jewel, I love products by Blackfire. The single step polish/ sealant is my first choice for a bigger project like an rv. Economical? Probably not, but I can really appreciate the difference in a high end product when I'm done. Klasse ALl in One is another good one step product.
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