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Old 05-22-2010, 10:47 AM   #1
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RV wax at Cdn Tire

Anyone heard of a good RV wax sold at Canadian Tire that is actually made as a boat wax. It is good for clear coat and decals. I do not know what its called. I have been using Protect All for a few years, but want to switch. If you have a favorite wax, I would love to hear about it.
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Old 05-22-2010, 01:56 PM   #2
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If you have a favorite wax, I would love to hear about it.
Obi-Wan, I use a product called Gel-Gloss. It's pretty much easy on with a damp sponge and it buffs out easily with a dry towel.

I still have not mastered the art of using an orbital polisher. I wish that I could see someone work with one.

There's another wax product is called Poli-Glow which also has a loyal core of followers.
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Yes, I have been using Gel-Gloss for many years. Camping World has it on sale sometimes
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Hello Dave, I (not we) use ICE (it's a product of Turtle Wax). I got it at Wally World or Can. Tire? It's the easiest ON and OFF, even in FULL sunshine. I use it for our cars (now only one) and the MH. DW aproves of it all the time..

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I have been using Nu-Finish wax for fiberglass boats and RV's, been using it for 5 years and quite happy with the results
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I use Meguiar's Gold Class carnuba plus on all of my cars and MH with great lasting results.
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