Clearing up a Foggy Finish
Logan Asks: I have a small building that has Lexan windows all around it. Whatever it is that they have been cleaning the windows with has made them foggy. I’m wondering if your product could help me get these windows cleared up for them?? Wade Responds: Without seeing your building I can’t say for sure. […]Read More
One Buff Coachmen – Gettin Your Shine ON!!
Rico Asks- Wade, I’m using a dewalt DWP849 [varbial- speed buffer], at what speed (rpm) should I use with the rejuvenator. 2015 Coachman Mirada 32UD Rico Wade Replies- Rico, The speed used will depend on several factors: your comfort level, type of finish, temperature and humidity. I typically run mine at 3500 RPMs. You […]Read More
Waxy- Bake, Waxy- Bake, Swirly Stress! Shining Up my Carriage and Remove this Mess
Wade Replies – Skip, I would first Beast Wash your unit with our Beast Wash. Next I would start buffing her out with our one step RV Finish Rejuvenator with Wax. The Beast Wash will remove any wax residue and give you a clean surface to work with. You can than start buffing your […]Read More
Wax On – Wax Off and Bring Back that Shine!
Wade Replies: Scott, If the outside of your camper is painted aluminum paneling I would first give it a good Beast Washing to remove as much of the dirt and stains as possible. I would then go over it by hand using our Wade Wax. Work the product like a polish for this job. Don’t […]Read More
Some Like It Hot… But Not When Waxing Your Beast!
Wade Replies: Ed, Yes you can, however a hot surface is never a good surface to work with. If your finish is dark I would not attempt applying any wax in the direct sun unless it’s a cold day. It’s all about surface temperature on your RV and not the sun. Thanks, Wade Ed […]Read More
Wax On, Wax Off.. My Roof???
Wade Replies: Catherine, I also own a Itasca Meridian by Winnebago, they are great rigs! I power wash mine once a year. I have never waxed it but if you really want to you could Wade Wax your roof once a year. However- it will make it slippery so I don’t recommend it, it’s […]Read More
Ohh Faded Glory – err, uhh, I mean Front Cap!?!
Wade Replies: John, Yes the Rejuvenator will shine up your front cap however, if you have a late model unit with a color injected cap the shine just won’t last. These caps will just keep bleeding, we especially see this on brown and gray caps. The only way to properly fix the problem would be […]Read More
Take a Sneak Peek of Giant Recreation World’s New Ormond Beach Facility- She’s a Beauty!!
Giant Recreation World – Ormond Beach Last week on my visit to Florida I was invited to tour Giant Recreation Center’s new Ormond Beach facility. Although it’s still under construction you can see its going to be a well laid out, IMPRESSIVE location. Just off I- 95 at the US -1 exit, it’s conveniently located […]Read More
It’s A Southwind’s Sweet 16… Time to Shine ‘er Up!!
Kevin Writes: Wade- I have a 2000 Southwind that has some pretty bad decal fade and oxidation on the fiberglass. We purchased it last spring. I am super anal about my vehicles – I have two buffers and primarily use Griots. I found your video online. My issue is that the bay doors are decals […]Read More
Not Mop and Glowing Anymore- Ohh the Oxidation Pains
Thomas Asks: Hello Wade, We have a 2005 30 foot Keystone Montana model 2980RL 5th wheel that has a badly oxidized front and rear cap, with the remaining RV in a dull oxidized finish. I have attached a few photos showing the front cap oxidation/peeling areas. It looks like some kind of coating that […]Read More