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Old 06-17-2006, 10:38 AM   #1
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Found a great product at CW that really does a nice job in waxing your fiber glass MH. It is called GEL-GLOSS - HEAVYDUTY EXTERIOR - RV Cleaner & Wax - with Carnauba. Removes black streaks! There is also a RV Gel-Gloss Heavy Duty RV Wash and Wax that will maintain your wax finish when washing your rig. Comes in a quart container.
I found it very easy to use and it restored the dull look of my fiberglass to a "Gelcoat look."
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Found a great product at CW that really does a nice job in waxing your fiber glass MH. It is called GEL-GLOSS - HEAVYDUTY EXTERIOR - RV Cleaner & Wax - with Carnauba. Removes black streaks! There is also a RV Gel-Gloss Heavy Duty RV Wash and Wax that will maintain your wax finish when washing your rig. Comes in a quart container.
I found it very easy to use and it restored the dull look of my fiberglass to a "Gelcoat look."
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I have been using it for several years and I really like it also.

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Am I reading this correct?

Do you use this like soap to wash the motorhome?
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You can use this as a light cleaner. My rig set for a month after powerwashing it. You know that a power washer with out soap only removes the worst. I then waxed it with using the Gel-Gloss. It worked great! I did use a light cleaning solution in a spray bottle to hit the few spots that were ditier. I hit it with the cleaner, wiped it off and applied the wax and rubbed it out. The second "wash" was without water. Hope this helps!
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