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05-14-2017, 04:44 PM
There is a potential customer in my neighborhood with a 28' class A motorhome - we discussed different ways to protect the RV paint. I think this is a "gel-coat" paint which has not been washed or waxed in a couple of seasons and leads me to the question: Do you use the same technique on RV's as you do with cars? Newmar 28' w/2 slide outs - Wow I really need to get the correct products and make this RV Shine - any positive feedback would be appreciated!

Paul A.
05-14-2017, 07:03 PM
On the second episode of competition Ready this season we did a Newmar RV for the show and used the McKee's RV All In One Cleaner Wax and Sealant. It was not gelcoat and buffed the same as regular vehicle paint. Came out perfect!

05-14-2017, 07:14 PM
Thank you for your quick response yes that's exactly what I was speaking to the customer about was a one-step process! Awesome, thank you ~

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Paul A.
05-14-2017, 07:19 PM
Mike Phillips selected that as the best product for that application as that RV had no swirls or scratches.
If you are looking for a correction type product, McKee's RV line also has a One Step Compound Polish and Wax that I'm sure would be better if it's swirled up and the client is paying for some correction.