I get this 1/2 gallon size of gel Gloss
which will last me about 3 years. I use this one for general waxing. Meaning all exterior areas except the decals. For the areas with decals I get the Gel Gloss heavy-duty
which is about twice the price. The heavy-duty has added UV protectors. Both of these links are at Camping World. Wally-World used to sell Gel-Gloss, but I have not seen it in a few years.
~ Get some clean old white or light colored terry cloth shop towels or old bath hand towels.
~ Put about 2" dollop on the cloth and rub and work an area about 2 foot square at a time. Don't wipe everything off.
~ You want to leave a haze to dry in about 10 minutes and come back with a clean soft polishing rag to buff to a silking smooth surface. The reason I say white or light colored towels, is to see just how much grim you are wiping off.
~ The first waxing in the spring, you will see that your rags get dirty very quickly from the winter grim if you leave your RV outside. the next time you wax you will notice less grim.
~ Every time you pour another dollop of Gel Gloss switch to a clean area of your towel. Here using a white of light colored towel will help to move to a clean section.
~ After your towel fills up with grim and has no clean areas left you can wash them out to use again. I'll soak them in a bucket with hot water and ring them out maybe 5-6 time to get most of the wax and grim out.
~ Can be used for all surfaces on the outside except windows. Good for the plastic frig vent cover, storage door frames, chrome trim. **I even wax my Max-air vent covers, roof frig vent AC cover...Call me crazy...but I like to wax...
~ The product is really easy to use...easy to wipe off. Good for those bugs on the front surface and the black streaks...