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Old 10-30-2014, 09:28 PM   #15
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Old 10-30-2014, 10:44 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Highway 4x4 View Post
I see that 3M Scotchguard makes some Marine wax that is tough and has UV blockers. Might be worth a try.
Have you tried it yet?
I have been using Meguiar'sŪ Ultimate. Still new trailer, but I think I can get 6 months between waxing.
Down side: Not a pure white wax, slight off white tint to it. To me the trailer still looks white. +easy on and off. Makes my front cap really shine. Perhaps a .01 mpg better.

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Old 10-31-2014, 08:29 AM   #17
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Yacht Brite.....I used it on my gel coat Excel for years, worked great.
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Old 10-31-2014, 07:48 PM   #18
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3Msuper buff followed by 3m Finesse-it II will make it shine better than new. Then a coat of Marine wax like Collonite fleetwax will keep it that way. And never use any wax that contains carnauba or it will turn your gelcoat yellow. I have buffed many boats in my time and this will leave a long lasting, better than factory shine.

Of course if you have to buy a buffer, pads and all the creams and waxes it would be cheaper to just take it to a detail shop and let someone else sweat, ha ha.
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Hands-down the best product I've used is Meguiars #50 Marine/RV cleaner wax. Amazing results.
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Ive been using a product from Chemical Guys called Phase V. By far, this beats anything I've ever tried. Problem is, I don't see it on their website. I'm waiting to hear from them what is replacing it. I've been buffing and detailing for over 20 years along with being a full time bodyman for the same time. I've tried almost every brand i can get my hands on and these guys make the best. When I hear back, I'll reply again.
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Old 02-11-2015, 09:49 PM   #21
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Protectant 303 makes a quick spray wax. I have been using it on my new TT with very good results. It has UV blockers in it. I really don't want to use a wax or cleaner on the new fiberglass as it could cause a haze over time. I think this spray detail wax will give me the UV protection without any buffing. On older fiberglass i am not sure how good it would be but mine is still new. Time will tell.

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