Beast Wash/Wade Wax and 303 Removal

Great Question from Adam-


Coach in question is a 2008 Carriage Cameo 35′.  Trying to take the easy way out, I was persuaded into using 303 aerospace protectant after washing.  The protectant was applied on the front cap (nose) and midway on the curb side to the door.  To my dismay, the next morning after a heavy dew, the areas treated looked horrible.  The decals are in good shape except for the gold decals.  Out of the 3 colors of decals, the gold have faired the worst so not sure if anything would help them.  Anyway, I just ordered the Beast Wash and Wade Wax. I feel the coach is in good to excellent condition with exception of the gold decals mentioned.  Will the beastwash be sufficient to remove the 303 and then go ahead with the wade wax upon completion??  At least I did a somewhat relatively small area if that is not the case.  Your help is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,



Response from Wade-


Yes the Beast Wash will remove 303.  Your coach may need to be buffed out by machine.  She is 7 years old now and unless she was kept waxed every 3 months or under cover. you may have some prep work to do before waxing.  Your vinyl graphics that have gone bad cannot be brought back.  Vinyl is not final! Vinyl graphics have a 3 to 5 year life span, so it sounds like your rig has been taken care of.  You can test your finish with the Wade Wax.  Try a test spot a 3X4 square, using the product as we do in our videos.  If your rig looks streaky I want you to try another test area but this time do not let the product dry.  So use a applicator to applying the product, before it dries take dry towels and polish the product off not allowing it to soak into the finish.  You will have to experiment with the amount of product used as tempter and humidity will affect the dry time.

If this trick doesn’t work than you will need to machine buff your rig with our RV Finish Restorer with Wax.

Let me know,


Here is the link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcIW03pVXAI