I really like turtle wax ice, it is the easiest was I’ve ever used. You can use it in full sun, and it wipes right off easy. The other thing I like is that I wipe it right on all of the black parts as well, running boards, mud flaps etc. It leave them nice shiney and black.
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Car care is ahobby of mine, and I know a number of people in the business at the manufacturing and distribution level. The best advice I’ve ever heard comes from Mike Phillips, technical director at Meguiar’s: "Find something you like and use it often."
I’ve used probably a hundred different waxes over the last 7 years or so, from $2/can Kit to products that were well over $100 and claimed 50% pure Brazilian carnauba… and I’m here to tell you that, used according to instruction, they all work. That’s not to say that they’re all the same; but they all work, and work well. So find one you like, and use it often!
My only knock on NuFinish is its high solvent content. There are other similar products that are easier on your hands and on the environment. But it does work well.
I’d use a decent wax like Turtle Wax or Simonize, or any other known brand. Because your trailer is red, I think the frequency of waxing is more important than the brand. If it were mine, I’d wax it at least every other month during the summer months. And don’t forget the very top of it.
I would think any of the car waxes would be good.
help, I want to know what is the best kind & brand of wax to use on a red wells cargo concession trailer? thanks Danny
what kinda wax to use on a wells cargo trailer?
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