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Old 08-09-2011, 09:27 AM   #15
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I like a product called Wash and Wax All. It has the protection you are seeking but the selling point for me is the manner of applying the product. With my 70 year old arms, the wet and dry mops and extender takes a lot of pressure off of my shoulders. Can reach top off MH and flexes to do roof without the use of a ladder. Try washwax.com
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I like a product called Wash and Wax All. It has the protection you are seeking but the selling point for me is the manner of applying the product. With my 70 year old arms, the wet and dry mops and extender takes a lot of pressure off of my shoulders. Can reach top off MH and flexes to do roof without the use of a ladder. Try washwax.com
Between waxing sessions, I use a similar product - Turtle Wax's "Zip Wax" - it also applies a wax finish during routine washes that maintains the more involved pure waxing applications...
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Old 08-09-2011, 12:53 PM   #17
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Meguiars just introduced a new polish called "ultimate liquid wax". I called meguiars to see what theyhave recommend and they told me about this wax. It is claimed to be one of the best UV protectants out there. It is very easy to apply and easy to remove. I've used it on all of my cars and my 38' MH. Very pleased with the results.
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Old 08-15-2011, 11:53 AM   #18
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For $130. a gallon does it self apply?I just bought a gallon of Red Max Pro #3 for $15.95 which everybody says good things about.
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Old 08-15-2011, 12:07 PM   #19
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What is a good liquid wax for MH that has UV PROTECTION.
I have fiberglass sides.

I do use 303 aerospace protectant on the decals. Some
people use 303 on the rest of the MH also. How does
that work?

How about protect-all?

Paste wax is just to hard to use with my 69 yr.old arms.
I have been using 303 sinse 1993 and have no complaints. Use it on everything from the roof down to the tires except the glass. I also use it on the toad, boat, outdoor furniture including awnings.
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For $130. a gallon does it self apply?I just bought a gallon of Red Max Pro #3 for $15.95 which everybody says good things about.
I wish it would apply itself but at least I only have to apply it once a year normally.

I know it says for optimum results to apply 4 to 6 times a year but since the RV isn't driven on a daily basis it doesn't seem to require it. After a trip if we have hit heavy rain I do reapply it to the front cap.

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