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Old 10-20-2020, 06:16 PM   #1
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Walbernize One Step Wash & Wax

I tried this stuff today and it worked fantastic. Good cleaning and leaves a nice glossy smooth finish. Water beads up and dries more slowly than regular car soap so I had more time to dry before spotting. Not quite as good as a walbernize wax job but will definitely stream here out the time between waxing.

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Old 10-20-2020, 08:59 PM   #2
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Thank you for your post. I may need to try Walbernize.
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I'd have to agree with Bob.

For the first few years of owning an Airstream, I used Walberinze Super Seal exclusively. I found that after a month, maybe close to two, the beading would diminish. Walbernize does not last very long.

I've been using a good car wash fluid and a good car wax with carnuba in it since year 3 or 4 of ownership. I found that this lasts nearly 4x as long. Given that it takes me a full day to wash and wax, doing it once in 4-5 months compared to every 1-2, to me was a more efficient use of my time.
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I've tried Walbernize, but I've changed to "Griot's Garage, Speed shine".
Easy on/off, seems to shine like new.
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