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Old 07-05-2015, 07:25 AM   #15
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I just finished washing and waxing my coach this weekend. I used Meguiar's Liquid Cleaner-Wax and was very pleased with the results. It went on easy - and while it did need to be wiped off, it didn't require a lot of effort. I was very happy with the "cleaning" facet of the product. It did a great job on the roof! ... as well as on all sorts of specs and flecks on the rest of the coach. I certainly wouldn't hesitate to use it again.
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I've heard some truck washes can do motor homes. Wax can be added to it at the end of the process. This might be worth looking into. Otherwise its "wax on / wax off".
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I've used and like various brands of "Instant Detailer". I too use a long pole handle and can finish the outside quicker than setting and resetting a ladder.
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