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detailing
#1
What are some of using out there to detail your coachs? I have been using protect all which is applied with a applicator pad and polished within a half a minute with a micro fibre towel. All though this product does have some problems with hard water spots and moisture that runs off the roof ect. With so many products out there could some of you share your best product.  From posts in the past diamond brite I believe its called is the best for our rims but I could use some TLC ideas for the coach. Mike
#2
Blue Magic paste plus elbow grease for the rims.  Get it at auto zone, napa, etc.

303 Protectant does wonderfully on the diamond shield protectant on front of coach.

Wizards bug release is a good product to remove bugs from front.
Bill Johnson
2003 Newell #653 Quad Slide Cat C-12 engine with Motorcycle lift 
2011 Jeep Wrangler, 2018 BMW 1200GS Adventure Motorcycle
Auburn, Alabama
#3
Ditto on Blue Magic

Investigate Griot's Garage products to polish & wax the paint.  They have some great videos.  Start here.

https://www.griotsgarage.com/category/ho...+polish.do

I purchase their products through Amazon & Ebay
Steve Bare
1999 Newell 2 slide #531
#4
Ditto on Griots!
Bill Johnson
2003 Newell #653 Quad Slide Cat C-12 engine with Motorcycle lift 
2011 Jeep Wrangler, 2018 BMW 1200GS Adventure Motorcycle
Auburn, Alabama
#5
White diamond on the rims
Zymbol cleaner wax
Zymbol spray detailer on the nose prior to travel to make getting bugs off easy
Invisible Glass on the windshield
Eagle One tire shine
Vinyl squeegee on a pole and Absorber Synthetic chamois for drying
Meguiars Gold Class car wash
California car duster in between washes
Mike & Jeannie Ginn
2000 Newell #555
2013 Chevy Avalanche
#6
I could open a store with my garage full of waxes, polishes, sprays etc etc. The best thing in my arsenal is using deionized water with power washer along with Adams car wash. Adams is ph neutral and unlike most car washes you can use it in the sun and it can dry and will not leave spots which is very helpful for washing a 45 ft coach! I can have a spotless washed coach top to bottom in about 45 minutes or less.

I have a portable CR spotless along with a more permanent system in my garage.

Bug B Gone for removing bugs. I buy it by the five gallon!
Wizards mystic spray wax. Easy to Use for keeping lower part of coach waxed in between full wax job.
Wizards shine master. Very easy to use. Good for large coach.
Wizards detail spray.
Mary poppins lambs wool wash pad on pole.

Has anyone used McKees RV products? http://www.mckees37.com/mckees-rv-detail...aQodDb4Kew#
Jason 
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Previous owner of 2013 #1472
Previous 2003 #665 triple slide
1 wife
2 kids
Lots of stuff
#7
I have not used or even heard of McKees. Like most I have acquired a Wal*Mart sized assortment of waxes, polishes, car washes and detailing products. I have found that there is more than one good mouse trap--that many of the different detailing products work well. I have only found one product to avoid at all cost--------------NEGLECT!
Steve Bare
1999 Newell 2 slide #531
#8
Steve
I agree. Tons of good product options and companies but the most important thing is to use them!
Jason 
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Previous owner of 2013 #1472
Previous 2003 #665 triple slide
1 wife
2 kids
Lots of stuff
#9
I have been doing our coach two to three times per year but again there is so many products out there I just wanted  your input. I don't need a shelf full of products that are just reasonable. thanks for your input. I will be trying some of those favorites.
#10
(01-15-2017, 07:47 AM)_Junior Guru Wrote: I could open a store with my garage full of waxes, polishes, sprays etc etc.  The best thing in my arsenal is using deionized water with power washer along with Adams car wash. Adams is ph neutral and unlike most car washes you can use it in the sun and it can dry and will not leave spots which is very helpful for washing a 45 ft coach!  I can have a spotless washed coach top to bottom in about 45 minutes or less.

I have a portable CR spotless along with a more permanent system in my garage.  

Bug B Gone for removing bugs. I buy it by the five gallon!
Wizards mystic spray wax.  Easy to Use for keeping lower part of coach waxed in between full wax job.
Wizards shine master.  Very easy to use. Good for large coach.
Wizards detail spray.  
Mary poppins lambs wool wash pad on pole.

Has anyone used McKees RV products?  http://www.mckees37.com/mckees-rv-detail...aQodDb4Kew#

I noticed your CR Spotless above, and not being familiar with deionizers, did some research. They sound promising and my professional detailer friend is very high on them. 
How many washes do you get per refrill?
Do you just use for final rinse or entire wash?
Why CR? I have an On The Go water softener and they make one too, and so does Griot's Garage mentioned in this thread
Thanks
Mike
Mike & Jeannie Ginn
2000 Newell #555
2013 Chevy Avalanche


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