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Old 09-07-2009, 11:40 AM   #1
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Removing Sun Fade

yesterday i was repacking wheel bearings and i got grease on the side of by bethany i tryed soap and water did not work then i tryed a rubbing compound by 3m part # 05954 super duty rubbing compound works great for taking sun fade away
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Try a product called Gel-Gloss. I have used it for the 99' Coleman and our 05' Aerolite hybrid. It is great on fiberglass surfaces. It's both a cleaner and a wax. It comes in regular and heavy duty. Most RV dealers sell it, plus Camping World. Here is a link Gel Gloss. If you have a lot of oxidation I would go with the heavy duty.
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thank you i will
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Home Depot also sells Gel Gloss
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Wow Home Depot sells it...I never thought to check there. I got mine last time Camping World had a sale. I bought the gallon size, but I'm down to about 1/3. I'll check it out. I have a Home Depot 2 blocks from me....Over the course of the camping season all do 3 waxings on the trailer.....Aerolite Cub
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