PoliGlow -- Before -- After - Fiberglass RV


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Old 05-28-2012, 01:38 PM   #1
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PoliGlow -- Before -- After

I had half a quart of PoliGlow left over from when I did my 13' Scamp. I decided It was time to clean the Casita with Bar Keepers Friend and PoliPrep. I gave the Casita 5 coats of PoliGlow on the top half. I will tackle the bottom half this week.
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I had my Scamp for 4 years with PoliGlow on it and I was very happy with the PoliGlow product.

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Old 05-28-2012, 01:53 PM   #2
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Definitely a great shine there, Kevin. I assume it held up well in the 4 years on your Scamp? How did you apply it, and just what is Bar Keepers Friend and PoliGlow that you used in the prep?
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To clean all junk of fiberglass

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Thanks, Kevin. After three years in the elements, my trailer could use some shining, and protection too.
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That's on my list sometime soon, as I also have half a quart left over from a few years ago. The wind/sand/sea spray here has effectively removed what I put on back whenever that was.
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Poli Glow is great stuff. I used it on mine. Chose it over Red Max floor polish because of the UV resistance since it is made for fiberglass boats etc.
Your shine looks great.
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poliglo is the best

We did our Casita last month it was heavily oxidised and I looks like new now. So nice that we are going to get a cover for it to help protect the shiney finish.
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