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What is the RV way you use for your RV with clear coat and decals? Do you use an orbital buffer to polish with and if so what are the suggestions to using this? So far I have heard good products to be 3M marine wax and Protect All. Protect all is a liquid wax, but does not last long and therefore I normally have to wax 3 times a year. An orbital polisher is not required with this liquid wax.
I haven't found anything better than Meguiar's products. When necessary I use their Swirl Remover 2.0 to get rid of swirls, and then NXT Generation Tech Paste Wax 2.0. Each one is applied with an random orbital waxer on the flat panels for an evenly applied coat that can't be achieved by hand. Have been searching on the internet and I found one great review about best RV wax for fiberglass that you should take a look
Posted on Jan 06, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well it is a common problem with Toyota paint jobs. Unfortunatly a simple wax wont stop this from continuing all though it will hide it from site for a while. The problem has to do with the factory paint job, so a repaint (by Maco or any other botom dollar body shop) will only be a band-aid fix, and will most likely rear it's ugly head somewhere down the line. If you intend to sell the car this may be a way to make it look sharp and easier to sell. **** if you intend to keep it I would not sugest it as you will most definatly be dissapointed as a repaint is only a temporary fix for this issue.
To thoroughly fix this issue you would need to have the car professionally stripped (at least down to the collor coat) and repainted. This will be expensive, and most likely will cost more than it is worth for a car that old. I would start by checking to see if there was a factory recall on the paint for that year, make, and model.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Don't use ANY polish. If the car is only a week old, the paint is new. Wash it with COLD water only for the first 6 months. DON"T use a carwash. The pressure will ruin the finish. If you have clearcoat, most cars do, use an acrylic wax made for clearcoats.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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