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Old 07-02-2019, 09:42 PM   #1
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Fast Wax FW1 cleaning wax-WOW

I'm not usually a proponent of gimmicky spray on anything that claims to work miracles, until now. I've had a can of this stuff for a long time because the wife bought it at some mall kiosk and they said it was the worlds greatest appliance wax. I'm not really sure who waxes their appliances, but I digress.

I recently dug it out and tried it on some aluminum diamond plate which is super tough to polish. Two quick coats and it looked amazing. I cleaned my grill stainless steel with it, it looked amazing. Fast forward to this morning.

I washed my camper yesterday and planned to hand wax it today, but was quickly running out of time and it had a nice layer of dust on it, so I decided to try the FW1 on it. This stuff claims to work over dirt, which I wouldn't try, but I thought i'd give it a go over the dust. It came out great and took half the time of regular waxing. Probably not my new go to for the camper but a solid alternative every now and then. It claims to have "cleaning agents, lubricants and carnuba wax".

The first pic is over spray of spic and span mixed with bleach I used to clean the awning with. Pretty amazing results. It also seems to work fine on a hot surface, something regular wax doesn't like.



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Dayum!! That thing looks so slick you better bump up the trailer brake setting.
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Dayum!! That thing looks so slick you better bump up the trailer brake setting.
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Very nice, looks like it was really worth the effort.
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Curious how long it lasts. Let us know how it looks in a couple of weeks.

In my experience I have used many products that look great right away but donít always last more than a few days. I hope this one is different.

Good luck.
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Curious how long it lasts. Let us know how it looks in a couple of weeks.

In my experience I have used many products that look great right away but donít always last more than a few days. I hope this one is different.

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Will do. I'm not expecting it to last long just hoping it stays nice for our 5 day trip.
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Has good reviews!
$23
https://www.amazon.com/FW1-Waterless...ateway&sr=8-12
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I got a can and 2 nice microfiber towels on ebay for $24. It is pricey, but one can will do a massive amount, a little goes a long way.
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Why is it $151.50 for shipping??


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This is the best stuff I found. Go zone easy and wipes off easy. Here in Texas it seems to hold up for at least six months before I notice I need to do it again. I have found it cheaper on some sites that sell airplane maintenance equipment. I usually buy it by the gallon.
http://rejex.com/
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