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Old 11-10-2010, 06:35 PM   #29
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I am a custom car guy and motor home owner, 08 Thunder, what I learned with hot rods especially going to events where every vendor in the world tries to sell you their super new, super, better wax/polish. I only use Mequires products, if there was a better product out there Mequires would have it. Get their power applicator, works like a dream with no swirles..........
Got my vote. Maguiars #49 for oxidation and #56 for waxing. Used a buffer which is the only way to go and my coach looks great. Love the way it turned out.
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Originally Posted by Staley View Post
Great topic. I have washed my MH 5 or 6 times this year, and since it is new to me, I have not waxed it yet. My 96 Pace Arrow is a Fiberglass / Gel finish so the marine wax sounds great. It really needs a compound and wax. Has anyone compounded their MH?
For older RV's that do not have a clear coat Meguiar's M4516 Boat/RV Polish & Gloss Enhancer is awesome. Very low effort to apply, even on fairly oxidized surfaces. It has fiberglass gelcoat restoring agents that make for a great shine.
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