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Posted: 04/18/19 01:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

imq707s wrote:

midnightsadie wrote:

take it to a car detail shop,it,ll come back like new and not break the bank.


Do you really think an auto-detail place will buff out, polish, and wax an entire travel trailer for a good price?? [emoticon]

I'm guessing you are way north of $500 to get that done...if not much more.

It cost me $350 to have my 35' fifth wheel washed and waxed, I don't think I will pay someone to do that again,
I had my 6' x 10' white enclosed trailer detailed and they tried so hard to buff off the dirt (it sat under a tree for a couple of years) they ended up taking some of the paint off, luckily they felt bad about what they had done, they had some one paint the damaged area at no cost to me.

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This stuff is the bomb. Spray on, wipe off black streaks and bugs. Can add to wash water or use straight out of the bottle for tough stains.


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FW1 https://images.app.goo.gl/zJc2yjm7v9STXsat6
This is a waterless wash and wax spray. Mother's, Mecguires, and RainX also have similar product. I liked it and it brightened our Jayco. Can also be sprayed on wheels and wiped down

* This post was edited 04/18/19 07:09pm by Vvvv1010 *


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