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VA-Apraisr

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Posted: 10/08/21 04:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Well, picked up some orangish dust/dirt/paint (?) maybe from my roadtrip and won't come off with washing, so, just finished using rubbing compound to remove it. It covered half my RV so going to finish the 2nd half tomorrow. After, a good wax is required and I used Maguire's previously and couldn't get streaks off with towel and had to wash vehicle to remove. I've currently got Mother's for my vehicles but haven't tried it on fiberglass............anyone have a suggestion to avoid heavy labor to remove the wax? I think the Mother's will be fine but, again, haven't tried it. Thanks in advance!

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I’m a fan of all Mother’s products.


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Posted: 10/08/21 09:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I just got done using MaGuire's Flagship Marine Wax and could not be happier. Easy on and off and great results.


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3M makes marine products for fiberglass as does 'Seapower' cleaner/wax.
I go with what the boat people use. The pros, not the weekend warriors !

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Well, realize the Meguiars wax for auto isn’t the same as the Maine/RV product so ordered a bottle. Will post up my results. Thanks for the replies.

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I use "Rejex". It's just the best ,so far. I have had great results getting the bugs off the overhang with this product. They just don't stick to the fiberglass. Easy on easy off.

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I use the Meguiar,s 50 rv/marine cleaner wax and happy with how it works.I do use a D/A buffer

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UPDATE: Well, first, my apologies to Meguiar's company for my mistake in using car wax way back when. Just applied the Marine/RV wax and it went on great and came off even better! Not one streak and made my 17 years old RV look half it's age. Highly recommend it and other than forgetting to promptly remove the rubbing compound as I was buffing (THAT is a BIG mistake!) the job only took 2 years of my life away.

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