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Old 04-07-2015, 06:33 AM   #1
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wax, what to use on unpainted fiberglass

My Rv is a white unpainted MH but right now it is dull. I tried a little of a product meant to remove chaulk thinking maybe the surface had some on it but I notice no change in the surface and after removing noticed no chaulk on the rag.

Based on that am i assuming correct that probably all i have to do is put on some wax and buff?

If so what would you recommend for unpianted surfaces

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Mine was the same way and I used maquires cleaner then wax using a buffer. A lot of work but turned out great. Now I have to wax it for this year and using a paste wax. I did the backend and looks like new but am still using that heavy buffer.

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Use a marine wax like Meguires fleetwax. It is made for fiberglass and does not contain carnauba which will make the white glass yellow.

If it is very dull, buff it with 3M Superbuff followed by 3M Finnesse-it II and then wax. A lot of work but it will be like a mirror.
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