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Our custom kits include a 3-step surface renewal process, and finish with a top-grade Carnauba Wax. This package has everything you need to bring back the luster and shine to your RV. There's a heavy rubbing compound, followed by finer polishes so you can easily manage the restoration process. Includes a metal and chrome polish for wheels and metal trim.
Complete Exterior Detailing Kit.
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A big benefit of our kit is the consulatation and project analysis that guides you through the process. We have extensive experience in automotive and fiberglass restoration. We can help you bring new life to your coach's finish.
Most RV siding is a very thin fiberglass skin attached to plywood backing. The very outermost surface of the fiberglass skin is called gelcoat. On boats the gelcoat is much thicker than an RV. The gelcoat on an RV is almost paper thin.
Gelcoat typically provides a super glossy finish, as seen on a Corvette or boat. On an RV the finish is a relatively smooth and shiny surface, however it so thin you can actually see the fibers just below the surface. With the passage of time, the unprotected gelcoat will oxidize and eventually take on a chalky appearance. As part of this process, it becomes porous. The more porous it becomes, the more readily it will fade, weaken, and stain. This process continues until the siding becomes dull and weatherworn. The good news is that many times the gelcoat finish on fiberglass RV siding can be restored.
Step 1 is a thorough cleaning to remove surface dirt and road grime. Wash the RV with Composet Productís special detergent which emulsifies the contaminants and lifts them away from the fiberglass surface. This reduces the amount of aggressive scrubbing required since aggressive use of a brush or sponge on a dirty surface can actually cause damage. After washing and drying we recommend a soft wipe down with automotive wax and grease remover.
Step 2 is spot cleaning to remove deep stains. Black streaks are a common problem and usually caused by mold or mildew forming on the porous surface of unprotected gel coat. The black streak remover goes after organic matter stains. If the gelcoat has been left unprotected for a long time, the surface probably has become porous and stains might be deep seated and impossible to fully remove.
Step 3 is removing surface oxidation to restore the shine. Light oxidation manifests itself as a slight dulling of the gelcoat. Moderate to heavy oxidation can be seen in gelcoat that has a chalk-like powder at the surface. This step is achieved by using Rubbing and/or Polishing Compounds that are basically a form of liquid sandpaper. This can be done by hand or with a machine.
Rubbing Compound is more aggressive than Polishing Compound. Rubbing Compound is typically used to treat the dullest areas, however in the worst cases the entire coach can be hit with Rubbing Compound. However these abrasive pastes remove some of the gelcoat with each pass so care must be used. The Polishing Compound is typically used on the entire coach until the surface begins to shine. A machine can help speed the process.
Step 4 is protecting the surface and the shine you achieved through the previous steps. After polishing, wipe down the coach with clean microfiber towels. Spraying the surface with a light water mist will help remove any remainder of Polishing Compound. Now it os time to wax. The wax protects the polished surface by sealing out oxygen, reducing the effects of damaging UV light, which maintains the glossy finish achieved by the polishing process. Of course, wax does not last forever, so periodic washing and waxing should help keep the coach shiny and new without having to always repeat Steps 2 & 3.
Restoring Fiberglass Siding