View Full Version : Meguiar's Gold Class Liquid Wax

Hobo Hilton
Jun 27th, 2008, 09:02 PM
Last fall I washed my fifthwheel with a good grade of RV soap purchased fron an RV dealer. The weather was clear, 80 degrees with humidity around 30%. I used Meguiar's Gold Class Liquid Wax. I applied by hand, followed the instructions and buffed with an oscillating buffer. Pads were cleaned and changed often. The coach looked very good when completed. I relocated the coach to Kelso, Washington for the winter. When the rain started and the temperatures got down into the low 40's I noticed this stuff that looked like snow flakes around the coach. There were no trees in the area. After looking at all the factors, I felt what I was seeing was the wax that had been applied to the coach 2 months earlier. Now that summer is here and the temperatures are back into the 80's it appears that the coach was never waxed. The fiberglass finish is very dull. It's time to clean it up again. Before getting started, I'd like to assure myself that the next coat of wax will not break down when the cold rain returns. Suggestions?

Mike Phillips
Jun 27th, 2008, 11:17 PM
Switch to either NXT or M21

M21 is available in a 64 ounce jug.

M2164 (http://www.meguiars.com/?pro-liquid-car-waxes/Synthetic-Sealant)