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Old 04-10-2015, 04:43 AM   #1
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Protect All Polish, Wax & Treatment

So, I bought a good sized container of Protect All and have used it on my Minnie, Tundra and Suburu Outback. I really like how easy it is to apply & wipe off this product which makes me think I may be more inclined to use it more often. I'm waiting to see how it holds up. I'd be interested in hearing any comments from folks that have used or continue to use Protect All. Yes....I've done a thread search and read all the posts about other waxes so I would like to keep this thread about the pros and cons of Protect All.

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I have been staying with Protect All too. I think the claim, the more you use it, the easier it applies and cleans seems to be working. Started using it on my vehicles too. On windows it is awesome, and nice not to use second product for rubber etc.

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I have seen the Protect all line at the local TT store but did not buy any because I use the 303 line. Protect all has been around a long time and is probably good.
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I have used it for about 22 years on 6 motorhomes and now a travel trailer. It seems to protect the fiberglass and both graphics and paint. And, as mentioned it is easy to apply.
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