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Old 08-11-2015, 08:25 PM   #15
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Went to a seminar at the Winnebago GNR a couple years ago and the engineer giving the seminar recommended Rejex. Not a wax but made for clear coat paint, Somewhat hard to remove but does a nice job.
We also use Rejex. After the first coating it is easier to apply and remove. We apply it by hand. Apply it to a small section at a time, wait 20 minutes and then remove the excess.

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Old 08-12-2015, 06:22 AM   #16
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I use Turtle wax ICE, and when at a campground that does not let you wash it I use 303 protectant with micro fiber cloths and change them often. It does a great job with black streaks and its ok with bugs.

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Old 08-12-2015, 06:30 AM   #17
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If I remember correctly from when I had my Vette. A polish has some abrasives in it which will give you a good shine. A wax will protect better but not a super duper shine like the polish. Any comments on the process that is supposed to last 5 years dont remember the name I think delaers push it
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A lot of the detailer guys I know use polish for prep and a polymer sealer instead of wax
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Old 08-12-2015, 09:21 AM   #19
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I had been a Meguire fan for years. This spring had the coach detailed. The company used the GLARE product line to wash and polish. I was amazed. After over 4 months and about 4000 miles just a hosing removes 99% of dust, pollen and road spray. The shine has not faded noticeably either.

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I use nufinish on everything I have, including MH. Always does a good job.
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There will be as many suggestions here as there are makes of MH I do use an orbital buffer and any quality liquid wax. I use McGuires and or Nufinish. With the new clear coats, the waxes all give about the same results. I store mine inside so the UV protection only has to last about 4 months out of the year for me.
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I will definitely check some of these products out!

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