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opinions please on using this to polish the MH.
easy to put on?
is there wax in it?
how long does it last?
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anon125 wrote:

opinions please on using this to polish the MH.
easy to put on?
is there wax in it?
how long does it last?
thanks all


How bad is your motorhome? Nufinish is better then nothing. But if your going to do it. Use a cleaner wax, then a carnuba when your done. Look better and last longer.

Also be good to buy one of these bad buys for cheap. Saves you alot of rubbing. You apply the wax to the bonnet and polish away. Its not as good as a rotary polisher, but it works really well.


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I've used it on my boats in the past & it held up well, but not a year like some claim.


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I have used it on my trailer from day one. In fact I just did it and do it once a year. Seems to last ok for me. I do put 303 on the decals prior to use and try not to get too much Nu-finish on them as I am told it isn't good for them.

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I have used it. It is hard to put on and take off. It is not wax, but rather a polymer. It will not last a year as advertised in the great outdoors. It is one of the better finishes, but I prefer Maguires for fiberglass.

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I have used it on my TT and all my vehicles for a number of years. Easy on and easy off. Not sure if it or any of the other products will last a full year. I do mine twice a year.

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I wish you RV people would get it together. 3 years ago everyone was saying Nu-Finish was "the" stuff to use.

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thanks all
Maguires? is it hard work also?

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I have used NuFinsh with good results...I do prefer Tech 2, a Meguires product. Very easy on and off and lasted longer than the NuFinish for me. Neither will do a good job if your rig has an oxidized surface. Better to use a cleaner first in that situation. I also like the Heller Glanz products but they are not as esy to find.


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anon125 wrote:

opinions please on using this to polish the MH.
easy to put on?
is there wax in it?
how long does it last?
thanks all


Our PO had used it for years and the build up around the windows, doors, catch edges was huge and make a lot of work removing so we could go with the professional quality of RMP/ZEP.

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