I always said the next new trailer I got the first thing I would do is get a good coat of wax on it to make it easier to wash and keep clean. Well my new trailer is 16 long and 7.5 tall. I had the family help, my 9 yr old started out putting on the wax then I did a piece then the wife did the front. I bought a electric buffer to remove it. It didn't work at all, it kept accumulating little black boogers for lack of a better word. We ended up just rubbing it off with uniform shirts as that was all we had at the yard. It was a royal pain, the area I did was much easier so I am thinking the son and wife put too much wax on . If anyone has tips on waxing I welcome them. I am using Rain-X wax, in the shade, temps are in the 70's. It took about 5 M/H to do half the trailer we wrapped up under the lights. Still have the other half to do tomorrow.