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  • Newbie and RV Coating

    Hi all.

    I am new to this forum an just wanted to introduce myself and post a question I had. I used Meguiar

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    Re: Newbie and RV Coating

    Welcome to Meguiar's Online. Apologies it looks like you post got cut off. We are having a technical issue, sometimes when certain punctuations are used, the post get's cut off. This should be remedied late this week actually.

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    Meguiar's Inc.
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      Re: Newbie and RV Coating

      I used Meguair’s cleaner wax on my RV with Diamond Shield. It was recommended on Amazon as appropriate for it. It cleaned and shinned up the finish great, but created some minor swirls. I used a battery buffer on the lowest setting and never developed any heat. Any thoughts on how to reduce some of the swirling? Thank you.

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        Re: Newbie and RV Coating

        Originally posted by Greek65 View Post
        I used Meguair’s cleaner wax on my RV with Diamond Shield. It was recommended on Amazon as appropriate for it. It cleaned and shinned up the finish great, but created some minor swirls. I used a battery buffer on the lowest setting and never developed any heat. Any thoughts on how to reduce some of the swirling? Thank you.
        Hi Greek65,

        I looked up "Diamond Shield" and it appears this is a paint protection film? Is that correct? We typically do not recommend using our traditional cleaners, polishes, or waxes on paint protection films. That said, let's get a bit more specific into what you are seeing, are these cobweb/spider web looks swirl marks or more of a "buffer trail" where you can see the pattern where the machine was used?
        Nick Winn
        Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Online Forum Administrator
        Meguiar's Inc.
        Irvine, CA
        nawinn@meguiars.com
        800-854-8073 ext 3845

        CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AS A MEMBER FOR MEGUIAR'S ONLINE DISCUSSION FORUM

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          Re: Newbie and RV Coating

          Welcome to the group!

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