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I bought a can of Harly Wax of ebay last week & decided to use it on the fibreglass front pannel of my 2001 Bailey after I saw the differance it made to my car. The first coat didn't do much so I applied another & WOW what a differance a brilliant shine & the muck lines left from the rain that are usually hard to remove just rubbed of with a dry cloth. It contains caranuba wax?? but no abrasives or white powder. It also brought the windows up like new with not a scratch showing. I Don't know if you can buy it in the shops. but try some it's excellent, Better than any polish I've used before. :D:D

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Like the sound of this product, tried the previous web link but no luck so I searched for it and found it a www. harlywax. com think I might order and try it at only £12 a tin.

hi just thought id mention there is £18. 48 postage to add to the £12 (product sent from usa)....

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I bought a can of Harly Wax of ebay last week & decided to use it on the fibreglass front pannel of my 2001 Bailey after I saw the differance it made to my car. The first coat didn't do much so I applied another & WOW what a differance a brilliant shine & the muck lines left from the rain that are usually hard to remove just rubbed of with a dry cloth. It contains caranuba wax?? but no abrasives or white powder. It also brought the windows up like new with not a scratch showing. I Don't know if you can buy it in the shops. but try some it's excellent, Better than any polish I've used before. :D:D

 

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I bought a can of Harly Wax of ebay last week & decided to use it on the fibreglass front pannel of my 2001 Bailey after I saw the differance it made to my car. The first coat didn't do much so I applied another & WOW what a differance a brilliant shine & the muck lines left from the rain that are usually hard to remove just rubbed of with a dry cloth. It contains caranuba wax?? but no abrasives or white powder. It also brought the windows up like new with not a scratch showing. I Don't know if you can buy it in the shops. but try some it's excellent, Better than any polish I've used before. :D:D

 

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It's available through eBay for £19:97 with free postage. Just search for "harly wax".

Alternative suppliers charge just over £20:00 but also supply a number of polishing cloths in the price.

Gordon.

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Fourwinds Hurricane 31D Motorhome. Also MGTF135 1. 8i Roadster (fun) & Volvo V70 3.2Ltr LPG (everyday car)
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Update:

I've just spent all day giving our "holiday home" the once over with Harly Wax, and it looks like new again. It's a good "traditional" polish, requiring a little elbow grease for best results, but as the OP said, it does work well on most hard surfaces.

Gordon.

Fourwinds Hurricane 31D Motorhome. Also MGTF135 1. 8i Roadster (fun) & Volvo V70 3.2Ltr LPG (everyday car)
Unless otherwise stated, my posts will be my personal thoughts and have the same standing as any other member of Caravan and Motorhome Talk.

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