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Old 05-08-2014, 05:55 PM   #1
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Anyone use Poly Glow on their RV?

My neighbor used a product called Poly Glow instead of wax on his boat. Seemed to do a real good job and is made for RV's also.

Anyone use this product and how did it hold up? I'm looking for reviews before spending the 70.00 on it.
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Old 05-08-2014, 06:28 PM   #2
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That a glow in the dark version of Polident for finding lost dentures at night?
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That a glow in the dark version of Polident for finding lost dentures at night?

No, but that's a great idea for a product! Might see me on Shark Tank with Grandma's teeth...
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FourW... my advice would be to NEVER use poliglow in place of normal cleaning and waxing a coach that is in decent shape.
It is a GREAT product to use on a badly worn, chalked, and oxidized gel coat if prepped and applied correctly which takes far more work than waxing. It can make an old coach look like new...for several years...and THEN the hard work begins...wet sanding etc.
Hope this helps.
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FourW... my advice would be to NEVER use poliglow in place of normal cleaning and waxing a coach that is in decent shape.
It is a GREAT product to use on a badly worn, chalked, and oxidized gel coat if prepped and applied correctly which takes far more work than waxing. It can make an old coach look like new...for several years...and THEN the hard work begins...wet sanding etc.
Hope this helps.

Thanks for the advice. I've seen a lot of reviews of this product on older RV's but none on newer models.
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Old 12-31-2014, 03:06 PM   #6
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I used it on my TT when it was 2 years old. Sold the TT 6 yrs later and it still looked new. Seemed to work for me. I did wax it once each year after
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Old 12-31-2014, 03:36 PM   #7
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I use Meguiars NXT on mine. It does a great job and cleans easily. Nice part is you can leave it for hours before wiping it off and it actually works better.
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