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dolidog2000 said:
What would be best to usa on the fiberglass exterior of my motorhome, carnuba waxes or polymer sealants?? The coach is 6 years old in good condition.

We have used a product called Dri-Wash n Guard since 1993 on our 93 Bounder and now on the American Eagle.  When we turned in the Bounder after 5 years it looked like new.  Our 99 American Eagle still looks like new.  Easy to use.  Better than anything else I have used.

 

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dolidog2000 said:
What would be best to usa on the fiberglass exterior of my motorhome, carnuba waxes or polymer sealants? The coach is 6 years old in good condition.
I see that Ron has recommended Di-Wash n Guard and it is indeed a fine product.  Another product that many of us here on the forum use is Protect-All.  It also does a fine job.  I used it for 7 years on my 1993 HMC Hawk and when I traded it in on our present 2001 Monaco Dynasty the dealership couldn't believe how good the finish looked.  I still use Protect-All on my current coach and other than the ususal small nicks the coach looks like it is new.  Protect-All is available at most RV stores, Camping World, etc.
 

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IowaCamper said:
Where would one find this Dri-Wash n Guard?

Dri-Wash n Guard can be purchased fro independent dealers.  There are a few such dealers in the framily here such as Ned & Lorna. It is a great product. 
 

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