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Old 08-20-2013, 02:06 AM   #1
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What should I use????

Hi everyone,
I own a 1996 Jayco J Series Pop Up, and have recently purchased a cleaner for the roof area that really worked well and without a lot of effort. The dealer that sold it to me also suggested I use a liquid auto-finish wax to help seal it and keep it from yellowing. Does anyone have a suggestion of a product I might look into getting? I am inclined to get a product that is a One Step process that I can just apply then rinse with water and I am done. Any reccomendations are greatly appreciated.



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Old 08-20-2013, 02:59 AM   #2
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Hi Wily

If the fiberglass has got wax on it already, I would recommend this easy to use finishing product.

However - this is no substitute for completely worn off or missing wax. You can get wax that goes on easy - like this one.

You mention that you are going to wax followed by a rinse with water. This is not the way to do it normally. What you do is that you clean your RV with soap and water. Then you apply the wax or the finishing product, and this is just buffed with a clean cloth. So no water after waxing/finishing.

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