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    Confused, too many options!

    There seem to be a lot of products that seem to do the same thing. I want simple. All I want is a one step product to keep my motorhome looking good. It has a clear cost finish and no oxidation.

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    Re: Confused, too many options!

    Amen!

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    Re: Confused, too many options!

    I use M66 Quick Detailer from the Mirror Glaze line for those situations. It's a strong cleaner wax, and is only available in gallon sizes, which is ideal for such large vehicles. I use it for one step procedures on cars, trucks, r.v's, and semi tractor type vehicles.

    Works great by hand or machine.

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    Re: Confused, too many options!

    I have used the Quick detailer but think I need more.

    Yes I agree with what you said and I'm also looking for a good product to use on my painted motorhome and 4 coats of clear coat.
    I have seen All In One Products that are Cleaner, Wax and Sealant which I think is what I want but looking to see if anyone has other information or ideas.
    I want to apply it with a variable speed dual action buffer.

    Anyone know if Meg has any single product like this?

    Thanks

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    Re: Confused, too many options!

    Quote Originally Posted by Iggy View Post
    I have used the Quick detailer but think I need more.

    Yes I agree with what you said and I'm also looking for a good product to use on my painted motorhome and 4 coats of clear coat.
    I have seen All In One Products that are Cleaner, Wax and Sealant which I think is what I want but looking to see if anyone has other information or ideas.
    I want to apply it with a variable speed dual action buffer.

    Anyone know if Meg has any single product like this?

    Thanks
    M66 Quick Derailer is one of the strongest cleaner waxes Meguiar's offers. It's not a spray and wipe product.

    D151 is supposedly stronger, but I've never used it. Not yet anyways.

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    Re: Confused, too many options!

    Update
    Bought a gallon jug of McKee's All in One. It is a RV Cleaner, Wax and Sealant.
    Used it on a section of my motorhome with my Porter Cable and an orange pad.
    I had all my friends come by at the campground and wanted to offer their motorhomes if I needed more testing space. lol
    Amazing stuff.
    Applied at a 5 speed for about 6 passes.
    Then just finished with a red buffing pad light pressure and slowed my arm action.
    I actually believe I can shave looking into the new clear shine.
    Now we have to finish the other 250 sq ft of my rig.

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