Ok Folks Here is the latest information I received from Prime Time.
I thank the RV Guy for jumping in here. I would be interested if he has anything more to add to this. We really want to get this right. And for the record we did hire people to wax for us to try to keep this from happening. Our only guess is that either they did not do it right or use the right product or both. So we learn and move on........
Good morning Karen,
Thank you for your question on the front cap.
The cap is made of fiberglass with colored gel coat. It is not painted.
The cap may have faded from natural oxidization, and the color may be restored
by buffing. Our supplier recommends a course grit buffing compound. Use a
power buffer running at low speed. Avoid high speed buffing, as it can damage
Select a small area first and buff. If that brings a satisfactory result,
continue over the whole cap. Afterward, wax with car wax. Our suggestion would
be small area at the bottom of the cap.
If buffing is not affective, then take a more aggressive approach, and sand with
800 grit sand paper. After sanding, then apply the buffing compound. Finish
buffing with a fine polish.
We hope this helps you. If you have more questions, let us know.