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Posted: 09/06/19 06:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

gbopp wrote:

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]

I was going to say whatever kind the local RV detail shop uses ;-)

To keep this from being a non-response reply, I’ve used the Meguires spray marine quick wax and it does good...just doesn’t keep shiny as long as “real” wax.


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Posted: 09/06/19 06:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So does ALL the wax have to be hand spray pumped on and ragged off?

...remember the 'lazy' tag in the OP?

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brianosaur wrote:

So does ALL the wax have to be hand spray pumped on and ragged off?

...remember the 'lazy' tag in the OP?


The Wash-N-Wax will make it look good.

For real purdy you will have to spray pumped on and ragged off.


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Posted: 09/06/19 06:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2naEagle wrote:

brianosaur wrote:

So does ALL the wax have to be hand spray pumped on and ragged off?

...remember the 'lazy' tag in the OP?


The Wash-N-Wax will make it look good.

For real purdy you will have to spray pumped on and ragged off.


****.

...there goes the lazy.

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Posted: 09/06/19 07:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

brianosaur wrote:



****.

...there goes the lazy.



Really? D A M N is such a naughty word it gets "****" out?

Wow!?

Whos the person who sits down and writes the bad words blackout list around here?

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Best lazy way to do it is 'hire it out'. What I do.


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brianosaur wrote:

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.
The second response answered your question - hire someone to do it for you since all the other replies require some sort of elbow grease. I just got done putting 2 coats of Maguier's RV/Marine wax on my 40 footer. Took a lot of effort but very worth it. And if I read it correctly, no one you ever speak to at a campground has anything worthwhile to say? So everyone else has a problem? Did I read that right? Hmmmm. BTW, I'm a red SOLO cup kind of guy.


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Posted: 09/07/19 05:34am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have been using Wash and Wax All on the RV and the cars. It is very fast and easy to use. You just spray it on and wipe it off.


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It depends on if you want it purdy for a few weeks or months, or for a year or longer before you have to work at it again. With the lazy man's products and spray detailer's, you get weeks or a month. No free lunch.

Buy a Wen 6" random orbit polisher on Amazon for $25 and a bunch of pads, along with some Meguiars Marine Cleaner wax #50. Then do it once every 2 years or so. I can do a 30' RV 3 or 4 hours at a leisurely pace, including a couple of beer breaks.

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I use the Aero Cosmetics system, I can do the entire camper in about 3 hours.


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