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Old 02-29-2016, 02:37 PM   #1
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Best wax to use

I am curious about what might be considered to be the best wax to use on a motorhome. I have been using Nufinish and have been very happy with it. But if there is something better I would like to know. Thanks.
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What is the best RV wax to use?

Best wax to use???

Best RV wax/polish?

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Old 02-29-2016, 03:20 PM   #3
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You will get a lot of opinions but the product you are using is just fine and used by many. Personally, if the paint, clear coat, gel coat is in great condition then most any wax, will be good.

I plan on using one of the newer spray on wipe off products that provides uv protection. Too many other things to do than to spend it waxing.
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Old 02-29-2016, 03:26 PM   #4
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This is what I use, and have used for many years. There is a
big difference between an polish and a wax. Never been a fan
of Nufinish. I hand wax the coach once each year. Takes a
full can of cleaner wax and about 12 hours.

http://www.meguiars.com/en/automotiv...ner-wax-paste/
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I'm a all in one (cleaner/wax) kinda guy. I don't need a show car finish but I want it to shine a bit and be protected. I also like the easy on easy off stuff too. I'm more likely to wax my vehicle if I know it's not gonna be a painful task. On my Ram, I've been using the Turtle Wax ICE in between applications of the cleaner/wax because I can get it on the black textured plastic (and I do) and it dries clear. It's not a super long lasting sealant but because it's so easy to put on and take off, I don't mind doing it.

For the all in one, I'm liking the Klasse....seems to do a good job of cleaning as well as waxing and it is easy to remove. I'm in the process of doing my coach roof with this.

I'm a firm believer in saying that the best wax is the one you are most likely to use. The most expensive wax in the world does you no good if you don't use it!
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Old 02-29-2016, 04:04 PM   #6
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Aero Cosmetics ,Wash Wax All
Wash wax.com
It's pricey but you won't be disappointed.
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I 2nd Turtle Wax ICE easy on. I fine it hold up even after more then dozen washes, I do wash with a wash & wax.
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