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BillyandKris wrote:

I wanted to follow up here. I'm the OP. We finally got our camper done with the Wash WaxAll and we are super pleased. SOOOOOO much easier than what we were doing before. No more climbing up and down ladders a million times. We'll see how it holds up, but application and initial results are great! Thanks all for the advice.


Yup, works well, no spending a week for me waxing a fifth wheel, got a lot of others things I would rather do.[emoticon]


I found the same thing when I waxed my rig this year; same result in a fraction of the time. [emoticon]


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blofgren wrote:

cummins2014 wrote:

BillyandKris wrote:

I wanted to follow up here. I'm the OP. We finally got our camper done with the Wash WaxAll and we are super pleased. SOOOOOO much easier than what we were doing before. No more climbing up and down ladders a million times. We'll see how it holds up, but application and initial results are great! Thanks all for the advice.


Yup, works well, no spending a week for me waxing a fifth wheel, got a lot of others things I would rather do.[emoticon]


I found the same thing when I waxed my rig this year; same result in a fraction of the time. [emoticon]


Did our car yesterday, took less time then washing ,and drying it. Truck next in the next few days , got a trip next week.

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