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Old 07-09-2012, 02:44 PM   #1
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Thumbs up I tryed a new wax!

I just got done waxing my U-haul CT with California custom's M-Ron Glass. It is a cleaner and a wax in one. All I can say is I am impressed. You can apply in direct sun light. They say you can leave it on 15 to 30 minutes or longer and it just almost dusts right off they where not kidding.... If you have a new camper I think this stuff would make it look like it just came off the show room floor. It's a Carnauba base wax so you do have to apply it every month to every 3 months buy it goes on so easy its just like washing your camper. I also bought there spray shine. It is a spray on carnaube wax for touching up the shine between waxing.
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M-Ron Glass - California Custom Products Inc.
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Old 07-09-2012, 05:20 PM   #2
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I use Carnauba wax and it does give a shine better than any other, one thing about it though is it only works for 8-10 weeks finish protection.
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Old 07-09-2012, 06:19 PM   #3
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I love the shine you get with carnauba wax! I loved the way my vintage Mercedes looked newly waxed. Weekly!

But whenever it was in the rain I had to dry it off by hand or the rain would leave spot marks on the paint!

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Now I use this wax. The shine is outstanding and it lasts for months! No spots!
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I chose M-Ron because it is a cleaner and a wax.
I also like carbuaba wax because if you have to take it off you can take it off with alcohol. No sanding!
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You can remove most brands of wax with Tide laundry detergent. Ask professional car painters
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TIDE That's what I use to wash the trailer with.
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Good to know Donna.
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