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Edd505

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Posted: 04/18/20 05:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So after reading all these it's obvious any good wax works well! Problem solved.


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Terryallan wrote:

Vvvv1010 wrote:

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Did you think Turtle wax was hard to get off? Seems to me it was much harder to get off than MeQuires. I'm pretty lazy you know. I like easy.


Terry,
Yes, they are all hard to take off. Take care sir.


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Gearitis wrote:

I have been using Meguiars Flagship Marine Clearner Wax for a few years and then the Same Premium Wax. Wipe on, let it dry a few minutes and wipe off and it always left a very reflective shine. UV resistant is a plus. I wax once a year and use the Cameco Wash and Wax and it always cleans it up and shines again.


I also use Meguiars Marine Wax. Easy to apply and wipe off and gets great results and has the UV protection that I wanted for my FW front cap that I had painted last year.

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I love Meguiar’s M5032. It is a non-abrasive cleaner and protectant that delivers more-than-satisfying outcomes in one quick step.

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NRALIFR wrote:

Yeah, it’s right there next to my tractor wax, bicycle wax, mustache wax, and bikini wax.

I can’t quite read the brand name, but maybe you recognize the label.

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Hey! I do wax some of my tractors...

I have used ProtectAll on RV's for years. I don't think it lasts as long as other waxes, but there are no white lines where you didn't get the wax off and I like the fact that you can use it on fiberglass, steel, aluminum, plastic, chrome and rubber. A few years back I even put it on my old black garden hose to stop getting black on my hands every time I handled the hose.

A friend of mine used to use it his "show" motorcycle. He used it on every part (although using it on the seat can make for a slippery ride!). It's very slippery stuff!

Readily available at Walmart in the RV section.


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...and a few (twenty-some, but other than my wife, no one is counting) antique Allis Chalmers tractors

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