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Old 07-17-2016, 09:05 AM   #1
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Buffing out a 2002 FS26 Weekend Warrior

Any recommendations on what to use for detailing/ buffing out a aluminum sided 2002 FS26 weekend warrior? The trailer has been sitting for the last 10 years under a shade tree. The aluminum siding is not sun checked but could use a very good/ heavy detail/wax/buffing out. After I washed it I could see aloy of oxidation streaks on the aluminum siding. Also the white vinyl molding on the outside of the window is real dirty, anything that I can scrub it with to bring back to clean white vinyl molding.
Thanks in advance for any recommendations

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Old 07-17-2016, 12:28 PM   #2
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One of the dollar stores use to sell some liquid stuff in a spray bottle called "Awesome" for a buck a bottle. It worked well on vinyl graphics, for oxidation. The only issue was the oxidation/color ran so you had to act quick in a small area to keep that from happening.
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