It's time again for the semi-annual "Waxing of the Trailer" - ugh - and in looking for a shortcut, I'm wondering about maybe just leaving the wax residue on the roof, i.e. after a through washing, apply and rub in the wax as normal, but then just let the dry filmy wax residue stay just the way it is. As all you waxers know, the worst part is the roof, and this would significantly reduce the effort. Except for the odd - and observant - bird, no one would be the wiser, and my elderly arms and shoulders would appreciate not having to polish out the residue. Perhaps the only downside would be that when it rains, we might get waxy residue streaks running down the sides of the trailer, but these should rub out easily. Plus the extra wax coverage on the roof might afford additional protection? Any thoughts about this?
P.S. We hope all the Osoyoos folks are having a good gathering, and we wish we were there. We had scheduled a 5-week Utah for May and June, so didn't plan to attend, and then a shingles attack descended upon our house and we sadly had to abort the whole deal.
Discretion is the better part of boredom.
Tow Vehicle: 2012 Toyota 4Runner Trail, KDSS, BFG A/T KO's, ScanGauge, B&M Tranny Cooler, 20" Opt7 LED Light Bar, LED DRL's, Prodigy P2 Controller, Timbren Rear Springs