Since no one has responded I will at least send you my sympathies. I had a car that the clear coat began erupting on. If I had kept waxing it every year I would have been fine. I asked a body shop and was told there is no way to repair it without repainting, but it was a body shop, if you have a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.
I have been thinking about getting a long term product like Poliglow
to keep the paint protected on my RVs, since they are both mostly fiberglass. Then I don't HAVE to remember every spring and fall to get out the ladder. All my cars have lasted for 15 years in the sun thanks to the lesson with that old car, I now wax them at least every year.
There are RV wash and wax combinations that are supposed to be good for people that have vehicles that are too big to spend the time doing a good detailed hand job. Just get out there with a hose and wand and you don't have to wax for another 6 months...