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Old 01-26-2014, 06:38 PM   #15
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I knew what you meant! Used to fly one about 17 years ago. Great plane.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:28 AM   #16
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We are still looking for our m/h(next month or so) i think i will hold off on telling wife how to wax the unit a few months.
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Old 01-27-2014, 07:07 AM   #17
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I have many years of experience with car washes and waxes keeping collectible cars looking good. For anyone that wants a great product that is easy to apply and lasts a long time give this a try, Optimum car wash and car wax. I've used Rejex, good product, I think the Optimum lasts longer and easier to apply.

I can wash and wax my entire coach in less than 3 hours and the wax will easily last the entire season. I use a microfiber head on a wash pole to wash and a microfiber towel to dry. The wax is liquid which you just put in a spray bottle, spray it on and use a microfiber cloth to remove. You can get the Optimum wash (OPT-201) and wax (OPT-101) from Autopia Car Care (Autopia-carcare.com).

Here's my 14 year old coach that stays outdoors 365...


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Wow, that's 14 years old? Looks brand new. Is this the same product: New Optimum Car Wax 17oz | eBay
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I have used Aircraft RV Cleaner Waterless Wash Wax Detailing Products Supplies on a 10 year old Itasca Meridian and it looks like new. I power wash and use a brush to remove surface contaminants. Let dry and spray the wash and wax liquid on a microfiber cloth flip the cloth over and lightly polish to a smooth highly reflective surface. I take about 5 hours to do a 39 foot coach. It last 9-12 months. I just power wash in between polishes as desired.

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I pre spray any areas with accumulated dirt, mud or bugs. don't want to wipe into finish and cause scratches. If I can get away with using camp ground hose bib then I rinse those areas off. If I can't use their water then I carry a house hold spray (known as Hudson Sprayer) and pre spray the area to rinse off the accumulation. Also use the sprayer to do windshield when fueling. A gallon of the wash all last a year.(www.washall.com) And at least once a year I do a through hand wash, hand wax and detail all the little crooks and crannies. There are several companies now selling so called "waterless cleaners & wax". I picked up the wash all products because of the endorsement by BOEING. Maintenance people are really careful what they use on Aircraft. Product must not promote rusting, crazing, yellowing of any of the aircraft metals, plastic or gaskets seals. Safe travels.... ed
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