Our travel trailer is store in a secured lot that does not offer protection from the sun. One side of the travel trailer gets some protection, simply because there's a large structure next to it that blocks some sun. But the other side has no protection and the sun can beat on it all day long. Living in the Florida, the sunshine state, it has taken a beating over the last few years.
I came across the Meguiar's marine/RV fiberglass restoration kit. The kit says that helps to remove the oxidation and bring the life back. We needed that badly to one side and the front, so we decided to give it at try.
There are three steps to using the Meguiar's RV fiberglass restoration kit, which includes an oxidation remover, polish, and a wax. My husband and I followed the directions, applying it with a buffer in the larger areas, and cloth pads in the smaller areas near the decals (they say to not get it on the decals).
When we decided to try this system I told my husband that I would be happy if it looked 50% better when we were done. Well, I think that it came out 75% better! It took us a few hours to do all of the steps, but when we were done I thought it looked great. It doesn't look perfect by any means. We still need to find something to give it an even glossier shine and to help the front come back to life more. But the side looks really good, with just a few spots here and there that didn't come out as well.
Overall, we are really happy with how it turned out. The product was easy to use and it did a good job of bringing some life back to our sun damaged RV.
Here are some before and after pictures, as well as some pictures of the finished product: