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Old 04-15-2011, 09:09 AM   #1
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There is a LOT of surface area on a 318BHS

And, I can say that I have touched every inch of its exterior...

Yesterday afternoon and evening, I began by washing(scrubbing) the roof and all the roof parts, to include cleaning the dirt from the gutters.

I then proceeded to do a full exterior wash and dry.

After that I applied Meguiar's M6332 Flagship Premium Marine Wax with a Porter Cable Orbital polisher to the entire trailer. I hand buffed it all off. I put three coats on the front and one coat on the rest of the trailer.

It turned out great. The optiplan siding shines better than it ever has. It has a deep gloss, even for white. I apologize for no pictures, but it was too dark to get a good pic last night. I will get a few soon.

My arms and legs (from the ladder) are burning this morning.

Regards,
John
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And, I can say that I have touched every inch of its exterior...

Yesterday afternoon and evening, I began by washing(scrubbing) the roof and all the roof parts, to include cleaning the dirt from the gutters.

I then proceeded to do a full exterior wash and dry.

After that I applied Meguiar's M6332 Flagship Premium Marine Wax with a Porter Cable Orbital polisher to the entire trailer. I hand buffed it all off. I put three coats on the front and one coat on the rest of the trailer.

It turned out great. The optiplan siding shines better than it ever has. It has a deep gloss, even for white. I apologize for no pictures, but it was too dark to get a good pic last night. I will get a few soon.

My arms and legs (from the ladder) are burning this morning.

Regards,
John

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