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dodge guy

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Posted: 05/05/19 03:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

But I got half the RV waxed. Still need to do the left side! Whew!!!!

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Posted: 05/05/19 03:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That looks great. Good job.

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Looks good, I had my rig washed waxed and detailed last month down in Baja Sur Mexico.


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Would you do mine next? And at a greatly reduced fee?


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Posted: 05/05/19 06:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That's why I get $500 poorer every time the RV needs to be washed and waxed.


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Where's the line? I'll park mine right behind yours...…..so I can be next.[emoticon]


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Looks like you are already booked up so if I have to do it myself tell me what you used on it. Looks great.


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I've waxed the back of mine twice over the last 14 years.

Haven't got to the sides yet....don't want to rush into anything.


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Thanks guys. This thing was kept indoors or undercover because it was really clean and shiny when I got it. I just used Meguiars wax on it. I clay barred the rear because that’s where all the grime collects. I buffed the front diamond shield because it had some fading. It looks better but there are a lot of imperfections in the material. It will need to be replaced but I’ll live with it for now.
Sport though guys! I don’t have e time to do your rigs. I still have the other half to do, and the wife’s Explorer. Otherwise I would love to wash and wax everyone’s RV!

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Yep. have done ours several times. Always so glad when it's done. Takes me about 3 days. Much much easier if you have scaffolding , which I have had once. Easier on the body.

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