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Old 05-17-2012, 07:19 PM   #1
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Faded Decal Restorer

I bought a bottle of “TURTLE WAX TRIM RESTORER” to take the fade out of my front bumper. It really worked great and made the bumper look like new. It worked so well I decided to try it on the faded decals on our 2001 Fleetwood Bounder. The decals are really faded from the previous owner storing it in the sun. It really worked great. It made the decals look 100% better. It really deepened the color. It didn’t do anything for the spider web of cracks but it made a huge difference in the color. You just wipe it on and buff it a little with a dry cloth after it dries. The hotter the surface the better when it is applied according to the directions. Two coats work better. The directions say it will last 3 months. We’ll see. It is not as good as decal replacement but they sure will look better until I get that done this Winter.

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Old 05-20-2012, 08:54 PM   #2
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Jim, Thanks. I just purchased a 1998 National Dolphin and the decals are faded and starting to peel a little. This sounds like a quick fix for now until like you we can get the outside redone.

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Old 09-14-2012, 06:42 PM   #3
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Also used the Turtle Wax product after reading this post. Was great on the car black plastic. Used it on the TT decals and was a great improvement. Trailer is a 2004 wished we knew about this soon would have probably made a bigger difference. There was a noticable improvement after two coats. Still there after washing the trailer.
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