Originally Posted by Deano56
Sorry for the sideways pictures, someday I will have to learn how to actually fix that
Umm.. Hold the phone/camera 90' over?
I was turned on to the RedMax Pro #3 / ZEP finish restorer several years ago. I tried it on the 88 Bounder we owned back then, and it was a miracle.
The key is PREP, of course, getting the fiberglass as close to bare as possible, all traces of old wax, dirt, polish, bugs, film, tar, etc etc removed.
And, as you've noted, it takes four or five coats to really POP. Each spring, I just washed her off really well and applied a coat or two to brighten the rig back up. It worked really well, and was a helluva lot easier than using a conventional auto/RV wax.
Thin coats are best - you don't want runs.
The UV protection is, of course, minimal. It's made for your kitchen floor, not something sitting out in the sun all day long.
Here's a couple from back then - 2011 and 2012, I believe.