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Old 09-15-2007, 06:36 AM   #1
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Hi all I have a 1975 classic Barth class C and want to know what kind of wax to use to shine it up? All posts will be helpful Thanks
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Any kind that is applied by someone else!

I don't wash my Jeep until it's so dirty that you can't get near it (and it doesn't like to be clean anyway... runs badly) so I definately don't wax it. My Class C needs a paint job so it doesn't get any wax on it. After it does get painted (and the paint cures for a couple of months) I will put one of those wipe on silicone glaze type polishes on. I've tried many others (including the paste-type) and prefer the easy wipe on type. It seems to last longer for me. Atleast I am more inclined to wax it again when it does need another wax job. But hey, I'm lazy...
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I've been using Protect All on the RV's for a bunch of years and happy with it. Goes on and off easily.

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