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    Removing Oxidation from a Motorhome

    I have just purchased a 2002 Monaco Motorhome. The previous owner had stored it out outside and the paint and fiberglass became oxidized.

    I had a Mobile Detail Guy come out. He used a Blue Coral product. He was able to bring back the painted panels, but the Fiberglass panels are just not what I want to see. I’m storing the vehicle in doors now, so the sun won’t beat on it all the time. Anybody got any suggestions on what I can use.

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    blue coral?



    CLICK IT.... I know you want to :D

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    Welcome to AGOL.
    Until someone who has worked with fiberglass gets on you can go to the AG Shopping. On the menu "Shop by Brand". Look and read about these: Collinite, Duragloss, Meguiars their marine products. Fiberglass will be mentioned in some products. Best to you.

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    Monoco's are nice, I am looking at them myself. Congrats on the new motorhome, that's a sweet rig!

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    Getting good feed back from Big Al.......


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    I been playing with the DG 501..very nice results so far..but I do not think this is the one for you now..it will take to much product to do the work you need...I have done RV's and boats with bad oxidation..and I will say what worked best for me was Meg's #83 and a wool pad....also after the 83 I use 66 to finish it..it leaves a wax on it also...and than use collinite wax on it...either the fleetwax..or the or the liquid fleetwax....

    thats my combo for the problem you have....and it works

    Al

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