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Old 03-14-2013, 01:08 PM   #1
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Fast oxidation removal ??

My shoulder is hurt and the ol' 2005 is badly oxidized this year; is there a quick, sure way to accomplish this myself ??

Is there a product that the dealers shops use on old RV's they take in on trade? Anybody out there know?
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Here is a thread that maybe of interest.
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extra-fine rubbing compound used with an orbital buffer (use very light pressure and change pads often) will remove the chalky dull residue, which must be done prior to applying any kind of finish or wax. In fact I'm getting ready to do this myself. It's up to you to decide what finish/wax to use, I use gel-coat polish or poly-glow.

Keep in mind this important fact, the faster you do it_the faster you make a mistake.
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Old 03-16-2013, 09:47 PM   #5
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I received a new Camping World master catalog today. I learned Protect-all now sells an oxidation remover for fiberglass. I'll try it this spring, I didn't like the mess rubbing compound makes on my buffer anyway.
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