Originally Posted by AC0GV
I got the Scamp out of storage last week to do a couple of mods only to get snow again.
May I suggest "snow insurance" to resolve your problem in the future. Snow insurance works much like when you want it to rain. You wash your car.
In 2016, Idaho had the heaviest snow we have had in over 30 years. So I went out and bought premium snow insurance. The insurance has worked perfectly since then. We get less than an inch which is gone by noon. My insurance has remained parked, unused, in my garage ready to go right where I put it last fall
Now, if it would just warm up enough so that I can put a good coat of wax on the new trailer gel coat to protect it. Following the recommendation of one of the threads on this site, I bought Meguiar's Flagship Premium Marine Wax for the job. My understanding is that I should wax the trailer every six months.
Is there any kind of insurance for warmer weather? It was down to freezing last night.