Removing outside oxidation & 1 decal
Well, you all have been so helpful but it looks like we have found our MH. It's a 2012 Winnebago Vista 35F with 18K miles but has been left outside much of it's short life. This coach inside doesn't look like it's even been used but outside there is the beginning of oxidation. There hasn't been any real damage to the clear coat yet and no crazing or delam either. Well, I say no crazing, but one decal (only one) on the slide (6' tall x 12' long) has cracking in it and I want to remove that and just leave it off (white fiber glass behind it) and not replacing it. So the 1st thing I want to do is remove the decal & the oxidation around the entire coach, prep the body and then I'm thinking of having the finish done by a professional using Saphire Flight Shield.
My question is:
What is the best way to remove oxidation and this decal? Is this something I can do and save some money in the preparation stage? If so what are the steps and the tools necessary to do this part?
TEAM Martin & Joanie...and Wookie (our Yorkie)
2012 Winnie Vista 35F, 5 ST, TPMS, ScanGuage II, Safe T Plus, SS Rear Trac Bar, Koni FSD's, BG Fluids, Stored, Preparing to FT soon.
Making Traveling and Our Motorhome "GREAT AGAIN".