Let Wade answer your questions!

Do you have a question about making your RV or boat look new again?  Let Wade answer your questions about polishing, waxing and cleaning.  Send your emails to AskWade@wademaid.com. Be sure to include make, model and year.  And a photo if you have one.  We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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Can the windows on my 1977 Cessna 172 come back to life?

1977 cessna 172Tristian writes, 

I recently purchased a 1977 Cessna 172, which had a variation of window issues, sitting in the sun and misuse of products over the years – the result being a foggy finish on all the windows. Naturally I don’t want to have to replace all the windows, so was looking for a solution and came across your video. Do you think your product would fix my issue?

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Can Wade Maid help with my newer faded cap?

north trail 2Monty writes, 

My trailer is 1.5 years old. It’s is in great shape but the front has discolored a lot. I believe it is just fiberglass paneling and not painted. Will the rejuvenator take care of this? Will it hurt the decals pictured? Why can’t it be used with a machine? Please advise.

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Which Wade Maid product will best restore my Boler camper?

faded boler camperRick writes, 

What product would you have to restore severely faded gel-coat/s on Boler campers, or old boats?

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How can I make my foggy port window clear again?

windowBrian writes, 

I have a 1991 Californian motor yacht that I’m restoring.  The windows seem to be plexiglass, some are very hazy.  Can you recommend a product and process to restore the clarity?

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How can I make my yellowing door match my white 2000 Newmar Country Star?

2000 Newmar Country StarBill writes, 

Hey guys! We have a 2000 Newmar Country Star trailer. We bought the rig new.  It is full body gel-coat,  except for the door.  The door appears to be you typical rv fiberglass door. Since we are FULL TIMERS, for 28 years, I thought I knew how to clean and shine everything.  WRONG.  I keep the coach looking like new with 2 buffers and several cleaners and waxes I have found to work on gel-coat.  It takes some work but everyone thinks it’s 2 maybe 3 years old.  Here’s my problem…the door has turned a fairly hard and even yellow.  I have tried everything in my arsenal of cleaners to get it back to it’s original white to match the rest of the coach.  Including…rubber roof cleaner,  mr clean pads,  bug & tar remover, bug off cleaner,  black streak cleaner,  mag wheel cleaner,  red paste rubbing compound,  a clean rag with full strength bleach, even carpet cleaner  (yes, desperate men do desperate things), and nothing will put a dent in this yellow door.  I even called Newmar’s door supplier, but of course I got no assistance from them.  CAN YOU HELP? This damn door is detracting from all my efforts to keep the rig looking good.

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How do I get Wade Maid in Australia?

Australian flagSue writes, 

Hi,

I live in Australia , and I am interested in your product “rejuvenator.” I have tried to order online but the country options don’t have Australia in it.
Could you possibly send me some kind of order form please?

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Are Wade Maid products safe on automotive finishes?

auto rvWade writes, 

Are your products safe to use on automotive finishes as well?

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Do Wade Maid products work on mobile homes?

mobile homeMike writes, 

Will your products clean a mobile home {house trailer} without damage? Look forward to your reply.

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Waxing old RV finishes can be tricky!

1999 Fleetwood Pace ArrowWarner writes, 

After using spit and shine to clean my rig, I was most satisfied with that product.  I then used Wade wax to wax my unit.  The results have been less than satisfactory.  I am sure I followed all the video instructions, but when I was finished one side of my unit and the sun  came around, I could see numerous spots I seemed to have missed.   I am using a good 8 inch dog bone shaped sponge, and microfibre towels to wipe off. I put just a little wax on the sponge as instructed, let it dry and wipe off.  I have a 34 foot class A motorhome and after going over the places I seem to have missed, I have  used about 1/3 of a bottle of wax.  Am I using enough wax, ? Is my sponge to wet or too dry?
Any other suggestions?

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Why is shipping to Canada so expensive?

Canada shippingRon writes, 

Hi.. My order came to $171.00 and shipping was $67.00…WOW!!!! Do you have an agent up here that would be cheaper???

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