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Old 12-24-2011, 08:45 PM   #1
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Exterior Polishing Product?

has anyone tried Shurhold Magic Buff and Polish and also tried the Red Max Pro system?

wondering which one i should try myself and would love to get some feed back on someone who has actually tried both and can give me there pros and cons of each.

seen many pros of each product but havent found anyone that has actually used both and gave there feedback.

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Clean it up really good and use Rejex. It is a clear polymer finish that is easy to apply, bugs wash right off of it, and it looks fantastic! It is supposed to last from 6 months to a year and you don't have to remove anything to apply a new coat! You can find it at most True Value Hardware stoores. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
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Old 12-25-2011, 10:58 AM   #3
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Ditto the Rejex! Not sure what it will do to oxidation as its not really a polish but more of a polymer sealant. I use it on all my vehicles , Harley and MH. It is the greatest thing for windshields I have ever seen. I do the windshield and front cap 3-4 times a year and the rest of the MH yearly. It is the easiest "wax" to remove I have ever used!
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What quanity is required for 36' class A seems a little expensive.
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Old 12-25-2011, 05:18 PM   #5
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it def need a a good buffing to clean up the oxidation and yellowing so i cant use just a polish......needs a good o'fashion scrubing
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Old 12-26-2011, 09:58 AM   #6
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What quanity is required for 36' class A seems a little expensive.
I have a 32 Southwind and one bottle will do it easy but I usually order 2 bottles at a time from some aviation supply place, don't remember the name off hand, since I use it on other things also. The ease that it comes off is worth the extra expense to me!
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Old 12-26-2011, 11:53 AM   #7
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To protect the finish (after a good cleanup that may involve multiple steps if badly oxidized) I use Collinite Fleetwax (a paste). It lasts a long time and provides really good protection. If applied properly it is not much more work than a liquid wax. Use a spray bottle to mist a small area, apply the wax (like the Karate Kid), let it dry approx. 70% (not totally dry - this is the secret), and remove with a microfibre cloth.
Works great for me.
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If you have an older RV, the REDMAX PRO really works well. A good wash with a stripper, and then another wash with dawn, and you are good to go. I've got a 40 footer the total cost was about 30 dollars and about 8 hours total. It looks great, no pics now, but the slight oxidation just disappeared. Very easy to do also, no ladders to speak of and very little elbow grease. The maintenance is about one hour a year after that.
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Dry Wash N Guard is as good if not better than Rejex and far easier to find. Usually sold by those that know about it.
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