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Old 05-12-2009, 08:35 AM   #1
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What do you use on your fiberglass roof?

Wonder what you use on your roofs to protct from uv and just general care. I was thinking of using 303.

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Old 05-12-2009, 09:52 AM   #2
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I use a good liquid wax that has UV protection on it twice a year.
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Old 05-12-2009, 03:05 PM   #3
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Protect All Rubber Roof Treatment is good for fiberglass roofs, according to Protect All.
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Ed...I just wax mine like I do the sidewalls. I use a 6" palm buffer and just let the weight of it do the work.
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I don't know, I'll ask my wife!
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Wonder what you use on your roofs to protct from uv and just general care. I was thinking of using 303.

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Many of the owners on the Yahoo Monaco group use Mop-n-Glow. They wash the roof and then apply the Mop-n-Glow being careful not to let it run down on the sides. The next time I wash my roof, which will be soon, I plan to use the Mop-n-Glow.

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Mop-n-Glow isn't that for household use,like in kitchen floors? Do you think that would have uv protection in the product?
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Unless I wax the fiberglass roof very frequently, I find it oxidizes rather quickly, so I find a product like Thetford's RV Restorer, DeOxidizer, and Wax does the job for me in one application by removing the oxidation and putting a coat of wax on, all in one labor application.
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