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Old 05-08-2019, 08:07 AM   #1
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Anyone use Teck Shine or any other spray on wax, protectant?
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Anyone use Teck Shine or any other spray on wax, protectant?
I've been using Poly Glow on the front cap and Meguires #50 on the rest. Spray 303 on the decals, but they still age.

Some use Zep floor wax on the sides, but soon regret it
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I just use Turle Wax spray on, seems to work OK. Helps make the bugs easier to remove.
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I've applied this one once so far, as I just got the trailer in Sept of last year. A little elbow grease to get it applied, but man does it leave it smooth as a babies you know what. With the amount of rain we get in the PNW, the black streaks wipe right off, no scrubbing. I'm impressed.

https://www.meguiars.com/marine/prod...2-32-oz-liquid
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Old 05-08-2019, 09:57 AM   #5
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I just use Meguire's Wash and Wax between full wax jobs. They also have several decent detailer products that I've used on a couple show cars in the past.

I don't know Tech Shine. Probably a decent product but not necessarily available at a local car parts place which would be a drawback to me.
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I get it polished professionally twice a year and use wash wax all in between. We full time so feel its important. 3 artificial shoulder replacement surgeries on my right shoulder limits my abilities
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3 artificial shoulder replacement surgeries on my right shoulder limits my abilities

Ouch! They must have been built off shore...
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Ouch! They must have been built off shore...
Its not fun for sure. I think it's been 5 years since I've had a total nights sleep like a normal human. This last one seems to have worked, but then again, the others lasted about 9 months then crapped out. I had a serious discussion about amputating my arm, thats how much it has caused me problems, and I found out it really isn't easy to get a doctor to do that. I would rather have an arm that works half way but, to not get sleep more than an hour at a time is debilitating.
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Its not fun for sure. I think it's been 5 years since I've had a total nights sleep like a normal human. This last one seems to have worked, but then again, the others lasted about 9 months then crapped out. I had a serious discussion about amputating my arm, thats how much it has caused me problems, and I found out it really isn't easy to get a doctor to do that. I would rather have an arm that works half way but, to not get sleep more than an hour at a time is debilitating.
Wow that sucks. I feel like crap after just a couple weeks of not sleeping through the night, couldn't imagine. Hope all works out for you.
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Anyone use Teck Shine or any other spray on wax, protectant?
I have in the past but wasn't satisfied with the results in the long term so started using Star Brite Marine Polish once or twice a year. The spray didn't seem to last and the cost was adding up. The effort is the same, wipe on wipe off, and a quart lasts a couple years. Do small areas at a time, 3' square, and it gives shine, protection, easy cleaning, and works great with decals. https://www.westmarine.com/buy/star-...65?recordNum=1
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NuFinish. Works well. Easy to use, does a good job, not very expensive, available everywhere.

The decals don't last, after only three years mine started peeling. Might take them off.
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Several on here use Rejex. I have found it to be the easiest to apply and one application lasts all year.
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Several on here use Rejex. I have found it to be the easiest to apply and one application lasts all year.
Do you use Rejex on the entire RV? Our 5er needs some wax really soon. Virtually every other product I've used hasn't lasted well - even my long time car favorite, Meguire's. I just don't want to do the job more then one time a year - have other more fun things to do with my time.
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I just found Star Brite RV wax. Works great. Really cleand up the front cap. Now its on the Ram and Wrangler. Easy on and easy buff.
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