I wash and wax my motorhome using "Gel-Gloss Heavy duty RV Wash & Wax". http://www.gel-glossrv.com/index.php?pageId=393. I start at the top on the roof by climbing up there and using a long handle brush, then back on the ground I do the sides. I have never needed to hand wax my motorhomes as this stuff leaves a really good shine. There are several products by Gel-gloss including a couple of waxes. Someday I may try the cleaner & wax or the straight wax they sell, but for now I am happy with just washing it and having it wax itself. I can get very lazy sometimes.
Barry you are welcome. I hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoy ours. Just don't suggest a friend sit in them for a few minutes to try them. I did and they used them all evening while we had to sit in their old bag chairs.
Barry is there a reason you have not fill in the information on your profile? I am just wondering.
Jack, the jacks bracket is welded to the frame of the motorhome. If you drive off them they fold because of the springs, but they are still pressurized and will not retract. You will still need to retract them before going very far.