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Old 07-22-2014, 08:47 AM   #15
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We use the Protect-All maybe once a month.
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Not yet an RV owner (early 2016) but been boat owner for years. Have used squeegee in shower after each use. Keeps walls and clear doors clean always. Maybe twice a season if that we wash it down. Not really interested in making it more slippery than it already is

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Old 07-22-2014, 01:40 PM   #17
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Wax the shower

. If your RV has a skylight in the shower, you can prevent a large amount of sun damage to the shower walls using a product that includes an UVA shield..I use such a wax ( can't tell you the brand, and its 3200 miles away) If you rinse the walls down, then wipe them with a course microfiber towl after shower, they will remain "almost" as new for years.. Mine are at 10 years and still looks great. The floor is another matter, as slipping is a concern..A between shower floor mat is our solution...rgr...
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+1 on the Gel-Gloss and as stated above, skip the floor. Looks good, easy to apply (little elbow grease) and helps keep the soap residue from building up.

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Ah, do it the easy way.....RainX instead of wax. Works just as well and all you have to do is spray it on. We use it at home too
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Just wipe it out after use each day then there's no need for anything else or other deep cleaning. I'd think wax would make the floor too slippery.
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Yesterday was a rainy day here and after reading this thread, I decided to wax the walls of the shower. We always squeegee it down anyway, but I figured the wax wouldn't hurt and it gave me something to do
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