Originally Posted by WFD
I have used Nu Finish (orange bottle) the last couple years...it goes on and comes off pretty easy. But it doesn't seem to last as long as I would like...I guess thats what happens when its too easy to remove... so think I will switch this year to the Meguiars product...have often used Meguiars products on the car and truck and have always liked it, just thought it would be too much work on an entire trailer, but have decided it will be worth the extra effort....I think a buffer will be the next tool I purchase...
Kerrlakelover...do you use the same Meguiars RV product on your vehicle, or a different Meguiars product specifically for vehicles?
I used to be the crazy one in our camping group who, instead of sitting around in the shade while if we were not out on the boats, was waxing the motorhome the week of our vacation. But, since I just turned 60, I've started sitting in the shade with them and waxing the FW at home in the shade under the shed.
I use the entire line of Mequiars RV/Marine products on the boat and FW depending on what I'm working on (#s 49, 56, & 67). For simply waxing the FW, I've started putting the wax on with a slow inexpensive 10-12" orbital polisher. Then I remove the wax with my old main stay...real cotton baby diapers. (I'm more picky with the truck since the finish is totally different than the siding on the FW). I've done this on my last 2 FWs and it has really decreased the time and elbow grease in waxing the big square monster.
I have also been using wash and wax for the last few years on the body of the FW....not the top. Between it, the Mequiars, and storing it under the shed, I only really wax it once a year.
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