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Old 01-16-2011, 10:16 AM   #1
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Poli Glow Anybody have experience?

Being the middle of winter in upstate NY (on the boarder just below Montreal), have been planning my spring work on our motorhome. We traded in our 1994 Suncruiser last year for a 2002 Suncruiser. The 2002 MH had spent its life with the first owners 6 months in Syracuse, NY and 6 months in Tampa, FL. the sun has taken its toll and the gel coat is quite dull. during this past summer I was using "303 Protectant" on the top, sides, tires, just about everywhere. 303 is advertised as SPF for your stuff and is suppose to give back to everything it is applied on what the sun's UV rays have taken out. The results on the tires, dash, seats, wood cabinets, and window trim was far better than on the MH fiberglass sides.

Poli Glow seems to be an answer to protecting and restoring the MH body. Anybody have experience with this stuff pros and cons?
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Being the middle of winter in upstate NY (on the boarder just below Montreal), have been planning my spring work on our motorhome. We traded in our 1994 Suncruiser last year for a 2002 Suncruiser. The 2002 MH had spent its life with the first owners 6 months in Syracuse, NY and 6 months in Tampa, FL. the sun has taken its toll and the gel coat is quite dull. during this past summer I was using "303 Protectant" on the top, sides, tires, just about everywhere. 303 is advertised as SPF for your stuff and is suppose to give back to everything it is applied on what the sun's UV rays have taken out. The results on the tires, dash, seats, wood cabinets, and window trim was far better than on the MH fiberglass sides.

Poli Glow seems to be an answer to protecting and restoring the MH body. Anybody have experience with this stuff pros and cons?
Great stuff. Make sure you have a good, clean surface with no residual wax, polish or even .303 Protectant and a good full day to do the actual application as it will take 4-6 coats or possibly more if it is really bad.
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Thanks, I'm going to give Poli Glow a whirl this spring. Your right, proper preparation is the key to many jobs if you want good results.
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