Originally Posted by Clemens Bock
I keep seeing pretty strong recommendations for PolyGlow. Has anyone experienced any downsides to that product? I'm getting ready to either wax my 2010 Casita
or apply a sealer such as PolyGlow. Thanks all
Howdy, don't know where you are in Ca but I'm in the SoCal desert and my SD sees 125* temps in the summer and is uncovered. Sounds like you've been reading up on polishing so you've probably noticed that folks are pretty much split on what to use. Not going to push one or another, just my own experience. I used paste wax on other larger RVs with power buffers, PITA. With the SD I use Zep which is like Poly and both are a wax and it takes me about 2 hours to put 5 coats on with a couple beer breaks
. The shine lasts me 1 1/2 years in my extreme location before it start to flake a bit on the sunny side. Mine has never turned yellowish like some folks have said they've seen. Stripping it, full strength on the stripper, takes about 1 1/2 hours. Total time of both is less than one side of my last class A. Really no matter what you use, any wax is better than none, just how much time you want to spend doing it
. Just FYI, if you should use Zep or Poly, use a white micro fiber towel. Wring it out as much as you can so there is no runs. Others that used a different color cloth had a tinge of the cloth color on their TT after waxing
. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.