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Old 05-28-2011, 02:08 PM   #1
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Waxing your coach

I have been using ICE car wash with wax then ICE synthetic polish to hand wax the coach. Like the results but very time consuming. Looking for something not quite as time consuming. Find Waterless Wax All from Aero Cosmetics in San Antonio. Reads really great but costly. Has anyone used their products? Or does anyone know another product like this?
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Old 05-28-2011, 03:16 PM   #2
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We have had good luck using Rejex. RejeX: Nothing Sticks but the Shine!

Expensive but lasts a long time.

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Old 05-29-2011, 09:42 AM   #3
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We have had good luck using Rejex. RejeX: Nothing Sticks but the Shine!

Expensive but lasts a long time.

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The link you provided makes it sound good.
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I have used Dri-Wash on my boats and MH for years.

It is also expensive per ounce, but we apply it 2x per year and will use about 10 ounces per time. Spray it on and wipe it off.

Once applied, it allows you to "wash" your rig with a wet towel and a dry towel and leave no scratches (need a water only rinse first if mud etc. is on rig).

Our MH has had no soap or wax applied in its 16 years. Just Dri-Wash Classic.

I buy it on the internet. Lots of vendors
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Old 05-29-2011, 01:34 PM   #5
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I've not used the Aero Cosmetics products on my RV but have used it on my airplane with good results. I spoke with a distributor for Aero Cosmetics at the FMCA INTO ralley in Goshen a couple weeks ago. They maintain that the company has become very interesed in RVs and the last several years and are fine tuning their formulas.
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I also use Rejex but only on the front. It works great when it gets covered in lovebugs. Much easier to clean. I use whatever the people apply when I get them to wax it.
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Mary Moppins Advantage

Tiffin's magazine Roughing It Smoothly featured Mary Moppins products. We tried the baby shampoo and vinegar wash (don't laugh. It really works) and followed up with Advantage. It is great at making bugs wipe off easily and is UV protectant. We also use the Renewzit product which is great for concealing scratches from a wayward tree limb we didn't see. Go to www.tiffinmotorhomes.com and to owners section for Roughing It Smoothly. You don't need a login. The articles were in Spring or Summer 2010.
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rejex also works good on the shower walls
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We use Rejex on all the glass as well as the paint. It works just as good if not better than RainX.

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We have had good luck using Rejex. RejeX: Nothing Sticks but the Shine!

Expensive but lasts a long time.

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this sounds like good stuff, I want to order some but wich one is it that you use because there are so many different ones listed on the website and I dont want to order the wrong one, Thanks Joe
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Try Adam`s Polishs.com.They carry a full line of RV and auto stuff for maintaining your rig. Also try calling Ashley@866 965 0400. I have been a di stributor for 6 years, and have made a lot of lifelong custom ers. BillP.PS also Adams Premium Car Care Products I use the one called Revive Polish.
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I have been using ICE car wash with wax then ICE synthetic polish to hand wax the coach. Like the results but very time consuming. Looking for something not quite as time consuming. Find Waterless Wax All from Aero Cosmetics in San Antonio. Reads really great but costly. Has anyone used their products? Or does anyone know another product like this?
If your coach has a full body paint job and clear coat, you don't really need wax. If it makes you feel better, use the cheapest and easiest to apply type.

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this sounds like good stuff, I want to order some but wich one is it that you use because there are so many different ones listed on the website and I dont want to order the wrong one, Thanks Joe
I use the RejeX that's in the blue bottle. You can usually buy from a boat dealer or marina if you have one nearby.
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this sounds like good stuff, I want to order some but wich one is it that you use because there are so many different ones listed on the website and I dont want to order the wrong one, Thanks Joe
We order the 1 gallon size since we also use it on the cars and the motorcycle. It will usually last us a couple of years. Just be sure to store it where it won't freeze or get too hot.

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When we use it we pour it into smaller squeeze type bottles to make it easier to handle.

Sign up for their emails and you can catch it on sale.

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