About two years ago I gave my Scamp
4 coats of Red Maxx. Since than we have traveled to Prince Edward Island,, made an 11 month loop of the USA and spent winter in FL. To all casual observers my trailer glows and looks bright white. This is not the case.
My trailer does glow and shines brilliantly but there are two things I noticed after washing the trailer yesterday.
First on wear surfaces, top leading edges and the roof (exposed to more sun?) have small and large areas that look whiter than surrounding areas. These are areas where the Red Maxx has worn off or been removed by sunlight.
Second, the difference in color means that Red Maxx is not a clear coat but may dull with age. The dulling is really not noticeable unless you're looking at a coated versus a non-coated surface. Everyone who looks at our Scamp
things nothing but white.
Again to most people our Scamp
glows. At least one motorhome owner and one fifth wheel owner saw our rig this winter and did their rigs.
I will say all side surfaces, even the front of the trailer do not exhibit any areas where the Red Maxx has come off.
I am applying another coat or two to the areas where the Red Maxx has come off. My goal is to see if it quickly ages to the non white of adjacent areas.
When we return from NFld I plan to strip the trailer, reclen it and apply Zep Wet Look since Red Maxx is no longer available.