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    Re: Optimum Spray Wax or McKee's Fast wax

    Well given the severity of our winters, I typically wax every spring when it comes out of storage and every fall prior to putting in storage.

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    Re: Optimum Spray Wax or McKee's Fast wax

    925 or 845 would work for you in that case as they are a good 6 Month Wax used alone not to mention how long that extension could be with the occasional spray wax.

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    Re: Optimum Spray Wax or McKee's Fast wax

    Quote Originally Posted by davidc View Post
    I have not tried the Mckee's but referring to the statement with the trailer. I have a 32' 5th wheel with approx. 960 sq. ft. of fiberglass. I have Collinite as a base and use Optimum Wash and Wax as a rinseless and QD (because of the added Car Wax in this product). Then at no longer than 3 Months I add a coat of Optimum Car Wax and repeat every 3 Months or so. I have had to Rotary/Compound this beast several times over the years until finally coming up with this regiment. Granted, there are still times I have to break out the Collinite 870 but that is still a whole lot better than the rotary, wool pad, compound and the endless hours of work.

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    Dave would Hydro Blue be a good solution for your large 5th wheel?

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    For once, I agree with Bob. Lol.
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    Re: Optimum Spray Wax or McKee's Fast wax

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottH View Post
    Dave would Hydro Blue be a good solution for your large 5th wheel?

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    Scott, not really sure and have not really looked into it. If I remember right (rarely happens anymore) the longevity is not very long but it went on with the wash ?. I will have to take a look at it.

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