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Old 10-22-2008, 05:45 AM   #1
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1998 Damon, anyway I am real anal about the fading graphics I have tried some products what havs anyone found that last for a while.
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1998 Damon, anyway I am real anal about the fading graphics I have tried some products what havs anyone found that last for a while.
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Old 10-22-2008, 05:49 AM   #3
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I used to use ProtectAll on the graphics on my 20 year old mh. (My current mh doesn't have graphics) It brought out the color and it protects against uv. Had to apply it a couple times a year.
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I'm using PolyGlo on mine . . . I've taken all the old decals off except for the Itasca logo and some stripes that are in good condition, just faded up top. If I hadn't been so anal about wanting the yellow oxidation off, I probably could have lived with the old stripes, but they WERE peeling around the edges so I just took all the peeling stripes and the decals off. But the Polyglo perked up the ones I left on that were faded and not so pretty . . .
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i used 303 aerospace protectant it did a great job on the graphics and alot of other things on the motorhome. i found the nearest dealer on their web site
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