Waxing & Preserving
Big Mistake or Easy Fix?
Aaron Asks: Hello, I made a big mistake. I just returned from a week long trip and washed and used this spray on spray off wax product. I did this in full sun not even thinking, and now I have excess wax everywhere. The travel trailer is new and has has laminated ultralite walls. The […]Read More
No More Water Spots!
Bob Asks: We have a 2018 Tiffin Phaeton that we had Duratain applied on April 2018. Can I use a waterless wash to maintain the coach? When I use water I get water spots as it dries so fast, especially on the black and maroon colors. Wade Responds: Bob, First let me thank you […]Read More
Code Red: Color Injected FRP
Aaron Asks: Hi. I have a 2015 Red Minnie Winnebago TT. 2451BHS. I have used your rejuvenator with wax. Great Stuff!!! However, the red is not even. There are patches it seems. I used the buffer to remove product with a wool pad. Do I need to do the rejuvenator a 2nd time or wash […]Read More
How Long Does a Wax Really Last?
Denney Asks: If using on a automobile how long does it last before needing to be used again under normal conditions? Wade Responds: If you are referring to Wade Wax, like any wax, the length of time it protects will vary. Wade Wax is considered a “once a year wax.” However that is just an […]Read More
No Water? No Problem! – Spit Shine Waterless Wash and Wax
MaryEllen Asks: Can I use Spit Shine on a van camper (Ford Transit)? Wade Responds: MaryEllen, Good question! Yes, Spit Shine will work great on your little Van! In fact, it’s the only product I use on my personal cars in Arizona because it’s fast and easy. My cars only get washed with water once […]Read More
Oxidation and Relaxation: Restoring your Vintage Camper
Paul Asks: I bought a 1968 Forester camper with painted aluminum siding – what is the best product to clean the oxidation & restore shine to the paint? Thanks very much – Paul Wade Responds: Paul, Sounds like a fun project! Because you are dealing with factory painted aluminum this is going to be a […]Read More
Wade Waxin’ Duratain Lastin’
Daylan Asks: I watched a video on your web site where you used beast wash for an extremely dirty RV and used a pressure washer. I am wondering if Beast wash can be used like regular soap just to do a regular washing? My RV is not very dirty at all so I suppose I […]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
Rubadubdub Time for a Roof Scrub!
Marvin Asks: If we wash the roof of our 2008 Fleetwood with the Beast Wash, will it affect the protective coating on the sides of the unit? Marvin Wade Replies: Marvin, It can, depending on the type and condition of your sidewalls. Do not mix to strong or use full strength. It’s […]Read More
Wax On – Wax Off and Bring Back that Shine!
Scott Asks: Hi there. We now have a truck camper (the ones that sit inside the truck bed). It’s all aluminum exterior is looking “dirty” How can we clean and wax this surface to make it shine again with out removing the paint ? What products would you recommend ? Please let me know! Thank you! […]Read More