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Old 05-25-2018, 12:38 PM   #1
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Wax/protectant/polish

I have always used Nu Finish on my trailers and have had great results. Last year we bought a new 2017 Cherokee V-Nose. We started to apply it this spring. Got distracted for a few minutes and came back and decided to wipe off the area that I just did. The trailer is two-tone/two finish. One part came off easily. The other part was more of a matte and was a BEAR to get rubbed off. Any idea what I can put on the whole trailer or at least on the matte part? It wasn't as hard to get off as when you accidentally get a little on the black plastic spots or trim but not easy. I'm just glad that I didn't apply it to the whole trailer before wiping it off.
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Old 05-25-2018, 09:53 PM   #2
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Many of use use WashWax All by Aero Cosmetics. Take a look at their website. Very easy to use.
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There are products marketed specifically for the care of matte finishes. For example, Adams makes 2 detail sprays...one for gloss finish and one for matte.
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There are products marketed specifically for the care of matte finishes. For example, Adams makes 2 detail sprays...one for gloss finish and one for matte.
So it is a 2 step process? Not a 1 for all? I'm more worried about UV fade than anything.
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So it is a 2 step process? Not a 1 for all? I'm more worried about UV fade than anything.
If you don't mind the matte finish gaining some shine, I suspect using the same product(s) on both finishes would be fine. Try a small area and see if you like the results.


It sounds like you'd like to take care of the finish but not obsess over it. If that is the case, a single product like a "wash and wax" might work well for you. There are MANY brands of the stuff.
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