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Old 02-28-2012, 08:12 PM   #1
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Wax, or not to wax....

I've using Mean Green to remove any stuborn black marks on my motor home. Then I wash with Gel-Gloss. It always leaves a clean shine. Recently I was told that I should wash and wax only. The motor home has a fiber class exterior. Any thoughts on the subject?......
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I have a vintage RV....gelcoat that was very tired....used everything under the sun & finally discovered "Buff Magic" made by Shurhold Company. Also using their dual action polisher.
Two stage process: 2) Buff Magic using sheepskin pad, 2) Pro polish (to seal) using a black foam pad on polisher.
Very pleased with appearance!!!!
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Fiberglass actually waxes quite well, however I would go with a synthetic sealant over a wax for longevity reasons. Carnuba wax leaves a warm shine, however it does not last as long as most good sealants.
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