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Several people inquired about my using floor wax on Iris and how it actually worked. I will tell you that there is much controversy regarding this process and I would never recommend it on a nice rig that still has a shine, but for our 20 year old rig that was badly oxidized with terribly faded graphics, I can't tell you what a difference it made for us.
I follow RV.net and it has been a great source of information over the years. I found the Red Max Pro Process and followed it. It took me almost two days, but it was well worth the time and effort. I have noticed that the side facing the sun does not do as well as the shaded side and has to be reapplied from time to time, but overall, we are very happy with the results.
Red Max Pro is no longer available, it has been replaced by Zep Wet Look, which costs almost double. I bought the last gallon of Red Max Pro at Lowe's last summer and have not seen it since.
Again, I am not recommending this process on new rigs, but it has been great for our very senior Iris, which had sat out in the hot desert sun in Casa Grand, Arizona for years.
Thanks for the visit, I hope your week is off to a great start and we are looking forward to some rest and relaxation this weekend at Cave Creek Campground.