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Posted: 09/06/19 04:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So if you were lazy and dreading washing and waxing your 32' fiberglass siding TT, what would be the fastest most bestest way to get it looking real purdy?

No way am I gonna old school Mr. Miyagi style the wax.

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My graphics were oxidized and faded. I cleaned them with an Sos pad. Looks like new.

There is nothing easy about waxing an RV, if you want a good job that is.

* This post was edited 09/06/19 05:39pm by 2oldman *

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brianosaur wrote:

So if you were lazy and dreading washing and waxing your 32' fiberglass siding TT, what would be the fastest most bestest way to get it looking real purdy?

No way am I gonna old school Mr. Miyagi style the wax.

Thanks[emoticon]

Pay someone to wash and wax your rig while you watch with the beverage of your choice. It doesn't get any easier. [emoticon]

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Pay someone to wash and wax your rig while you watch with the beverage of your choice. It doesn't get any easier. [emoticon]


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A lazy person in the RV community? Say it isn't so!!


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Transitioning from Purdy to Patina is the natural course of all RVs.
Learn to accept the inevitable. Hose it off and go camping.


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Man, I love this forum!

Where else can I get five replies and at the same time no responses [emoticon]

Reminds me of pretty much every campground I've been to while walking around at night and spot chatting to all the people! Especially those with the red solo cups in their hands.

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Mequires Flagship Marine wax or NXT. Just used the Flagship and it was very easy to work with and left a great shine. Then I use Aerospace 303 on all graphics, rubber seals and tires.


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After a wash, we use the spray wax in a hose end sprayer, and just don't rinse.


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brianosaur wrote:

So if you were lazy and dreading washing and waxing your 32' fiberglass siding TT, what would be the fastest most bestest way to get it looking real purdy?

No way am I gonna old school Mr. Miyagi style the wax.

Thanks[emoticon]


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