No Ghosts in Our Wolf Pack – Will Rejuvenator be a Ghost Buster?
Wade Replies – Samantha, RV Finish Rejuvenator with Wax will help you remove the oxidization that has occurred over time. Our product will greatly reduce the ghost graphics you will see once the vinyl is removed. You will not be able to completely eliminate the ghost graphic as you are now effectively dealing with two […]Read More
Decamper Needs Some Restoring Love!
Wade Replies – Casey, I bought a trailer just like that once. I would recommend a good washing with Beast Wash. After she is Beast Washed and dry work with your white finish using Wade wax. I think the restorer will be too harsh in your case. This will be easy. Just use the Wade […]Read More
Oh Rexhall! Let’s Make You a Vision Again…
Wade Replies: Paul, A good power washing of the roof and unit using Beast Wash. Then follow our videos on buffing out your rig with a machine. So Beast Wash with a power washer and RV finish Rejuvenator with Wax by machine is what the doctor ordered.. Wade Paul Asks: I’m working on getting my […]Read More
Bringing Back Vinyl Graphics
Wade Replies: William, I’m glad the Beast Wash worked well for you! As far as trying to polish out old vinyl graphics, their isn’t much you can do. You can try using some wax and working the area, however be careful you don’t make them look worse by rubbing all the color off the […]Read More
Awning Got Ya Yawning? That that Thing Nice and Clean!!
Wade Replies: Charles, There is really nothing fun about cleaning your awning. Most people try scrubbing, but that’s just not possible without support above or below the awning fabric. So the Beast Wash and bleach method works best. Don’t be in a hurry after rolling up your awning as we want the products to sit […]Read More
Vintage Airstream Lovin’
Wade Reply’s: Neill, I would recommend washing your Airstream with our Beast Wash. Then simply keep her waxed with our Wade Wax. Back in the day I use to lot wash every month for a Airstream dealer to help pay for school. This was a great testing ground for developing Beast Wash not to mention […]Read More
The What’s and Why’s of Wade Wax?
Wade Replies: Marty, I like your questions! If your 5th wheel was waxed less than three months ago I would wait to wax her. Most waxes last about three months so why do more work than you have to? Wade Wax is considered a “once a year wax” however its longevity will greatly depend on […]Read More
Got Fading? Let’s Get Our Rejuvenation On!
Wade Replies: Mark, If you have a Cedar Creek Day Dreamer then it’s a full body paint. If your coach is white then you are dealing with a FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) non-painted finish. You will probably need to buff out the sunny side with our RV Finish Restorer with Wax then maintain your […]Read More
Clean the Beast – Restoring a Tradewinds Motorhome
Wade Answers: Stacy, First I would use Beast Wash and a power washer like I do in our washing videos. Then I would follow up with a buff job using our RV Finish Restorer kit. Your Tradewinds will shine up nicely. The exception is possibly your compartment doors. If your coach has the blue or […]Read More
Gallon of Beast Wash is a Concentrate… Say Whaaaaaat?
Wade Replies: Laurence, Beast Wash is a concentrate. You can dilute it out as much as works for your project. Its impossible for me to tell you what dilution ratio will work best, but you will know when you start washing. Add Beast Wash as needed to increase your cleaning power. Have fun […]Read More