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Old 12-15-2013, 07:52 AM   #1
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Best wax to use???

What is the best wax to use on your motorhome and how often do you wax it.

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Everyone has their favorite. I use Rejex twice a year. It's particularly effective on the windshield for the ease of removing love bugs ( most of them don't even stick ).
http://www.rejex.com/
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Old 12-15-2013, 08:00 AM   #3
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What is the best wax to use on your motorhome and how often do you wax it.

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Hi Stan, I bought this product Freedom Waterless Car Wash last summer and after using it there is not more need for waxing as when done washing the Coach the surface looks and feels just like it was waxed. I just had got done washing it before this trip.....Shinn-ie When it gets dirty and needs washed.......do it again. Love this stuff won't ever be without it. Rejex on the whole front end. I cannot say enough about Rejex protectant! Simply amazing stuff!
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I pay for such services and most of them use Meguiars. Works well. Once a year is enough.

My carcas does not allow such activities. We go off-road with the Wrangler while the work stuff happens. ;-)
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Everyone has their favorite. I use Rejex twice a year. It's particularly effective on the windshield for the ease of removing love bugs ( most of them don't even stick ).
RejeX: Nothing Sticks but the Shine!
Best stuff that I have ever used! I put mine on Last spring and it is still doing well today in South Florida after traveling coast to coast. I wash the front off at every stop. If any of it needs redone the front cap would be it.
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Old 12-15-2013, 09:10 AM   #6
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Meguiars Tech Wax 2.0 Liquid. Great stuff, I've also used it on my antiques, classics and hot rods . . . so, good enough for my big Mercedes, too, twice a year

http://www.meguiars.com/en/automotiv...ech-waxreg-20/
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Best stuff that I have ever used! I put mine on Last spring and it is still doing well today in South Florida after traveling coast to coast. I wash the front off at every stop. If any of it needs redone the front cap would be it.
X-4 or whatever number is relative to Rejex! I wash using Thetfords RV Wash and Wax. Then Rejex on the front and rear caps, windows and windshield. Works great!
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Mother's in the red squeeze bottle for my little airplane and cars. I like it but I'm going to try Rejex for the front of the old TT as the bugs love the front end. We kind of look like a big box going down the road. No streamlining here.
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I don't think there is any "best", the most important thing is to make sure something is used to protect the paint. If you have a rubber roof don't use any citrus or petroleum based products.
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Everyone has their favorite. I use Rejex twice a year. It's particularly effective on the windshield for the ease of removing love bugs ( most of them don't even stick ).
RejeX: Nothing Sticks but the Shine!
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Same here. Rejex is easy to use and lasts a long time
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Rejex is good stuff, I use it on the front end and Nu Finish for the rest of the coach.
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Why ReJex for the front cap only? Why not use it on the entire coach.
I will need to do something to my new coach soon so I'm following this thread.
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Rejex is good stuff, I use it on the front end and Nu Finish for the rest of the coach.
Ditto! Nu Finish is easier to apply and remove but Rejex really works for bugs.
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Why ReJex for the front cap only? Why not use it on the entire coach.
I will need to do something to my new coach soon so I'm following this thread.[/QUOTE]

Rejex is a thick liquid and is just like using wax.....elbow grease......big Coach.....front end where the bugs stick.....they just wash right off with the Rejex on there, waterless car wash to shine the rest of the Coach....easy.....no elbow grease.....puts a shine on. If you don't mind the work and elbow grease....Rejex the whole thing, I choose not to is all.
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