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Old 09-12-2015, 03:42 PM   #1
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Waxing 5th wheel

I am wanting to wash and wax our 5th wheel, looking for the best product to use that will not harm the graphics. Want to see what others have had the best
luck with that is easy to use and works the best. Looking for something that will not fade the graphics or cause them to crack
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we use wash/wax rv wash.
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we use wash/wax rv wash.
Same here. We us the Wash Wax All kit
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If it's new and everything is in good condition, many of the wash/wax products will do a nice job. Additionally there are many spray on wipe off products that do a good job. I'm planning on doing my MH on Monday as a cool spell is a coming.
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What products are recommended for these new Painted Campers. Mine is painted like a Motorhome, with no decals, all paint scheme on the Trilogy. It has the Diamond protectant on it from the begining. Thanks for any recomendations.
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What products are recommended for these new Painted Campers. Mine is painted like a Motorhome, with no decals, all paint scheme on the Trilogy. It has the Diamond protectant on it from the begining. Thanks for any recomendations.
Any car wax will work. Turtle Wax Ice is easy on/off and can be applied in the sun. I have been using Nu Finish and it does a good job. Can be applied in the sun which helps.
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I would definitely use 303 Aerospace on the Diamond Shield. On the paint it's just a matter of preference and how much labor you want to put into it.
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