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Old 05-17-2012, 01:47 PM   #1
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Cleaning the interior fiberglass?

I have been trying to search for this answer, and I'm sure it's simple and already on here somewhere. What do those of you with Trilliums and Burros do to clean the inside fiberglass? Same as outside?
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same as outside - I use the 3M Fiberglass clean & wax product.
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We just wipe it down with a damp rag and a little bit of detergent, but very seldom. The inside does not seem to deteriorate or chalk up at all.

14' widebody?! We don't seem to hear a lot about them, and I would be curious to know how many there are out there.
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Old 05-17-2012, 04:20 PM   #4
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14' widebody?! We don't seem to hear a lot about them, and I would be curious to know how many there are out there.

I wonder as well. Especially the 14'.

We are just thrilled with the condition of this trailer. Especially after seeing inside a 80s Burro 13' for sale a couple of weeks ago. They are like two totally different trailers. The extra foot in width and length make a huge difference.
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I have not seen anything about Star Brite Fiberglass Color Restorer. I'm surprised since it is one Scamps website.
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I have not seen anything about Star Brite Fiberglass Color Restorer. I'm surprised since it is one Scamps website.
Star Brite generally available at auto parts stores too. I used it last fall and it worked pretty well, but did not make it easy to clean off the black air pollution streaks from snow melt. might give the leftover Star Brite a try on the inside.

I am going to try Red Max #3 for outside.

Use spray bottle of LA Awsome on both ensolite and fiber glass inside for general clean up. Like to have minumum cleaning supplies to carry, this one is good general purpose cleaner.
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This is perfect timing, I was just wondering how to keep the interior fiberglass all shiny and new looking.
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Talking Red Max #3

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I am going to try Red Max #3 for outside.
Be sure to get the surface perfectly clean or you will just be sealing the dirt under the finish.
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wash it down with a damp rag...then non abrasive mothers carnuba wax.
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