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Old 30-03-2012, 10:14   #1
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Has anyone tried Red Max instead of Poliglow ? Hull & deck waxing topic ...

It seems there is some debate as to whether Poliglow is a good solution for chalky and dull fiberglass, but for those folks that have gone this route, have any of you tried Red Max instead? I was reading a RV thread where someone used Red Max on one trailer and Poliglow on the other and after 18 months could ascertain no difference. You can read the whole thread here:

Follow up post here: Check this out NOT Poliglow...Time will tell.. - Page 20 - Fiberglass RV

The difference? Price. Poliglow is $49 a quart. Red Max is $17 a GALLON.
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