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Old 06-30-2015, 10:56 PM   #1
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Waxing class C motorhome

We have just purchased an older Class C Fleetwood Jamboree motorhome. We would like to restore some of the colours to the paint. Does anyone have suggestions on what product to use and how to get the oxidized paint restored?
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I use Meguiars. Their boat line is great for the motorhome, they have an oxidation remover, a color restorer and the wax. I use the wax once a year and it really makes the darker colors look wet and deep. I really like how it beads up the water and makes it easier to wash.
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I use Meguiars. Their boat line is great for the motorhome, they have an oxidation remover, a color restorer and the wax. I use the wax once a year and it really makes the darker colors look wet and deep. I really like how it beads up the water and makes it easier to wash.
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I use Meguiars. Their boat line is great for the motorhome, they have an oxidation remover, a color restorer and the wax. I use the wax once a year and it really makes the darker colors look wet and deep. I really like how it beads up the water and makes it easier to wash.
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