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Old 02-22-2015, 08:43 AM   #15
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Yesterday I made an interesting accidental discovery. While spraying Corrosion X on the 7-way cord plug I got a bit of over spray on the trailer. Went to wipe it off and discovered that it removed some light scratches in the area. Light bulb went off! Went around the rest of the trailer and it removed almost all of the scratches that I could see. Funny part is that that these same scratches have defied the use of several other products specifically designed for scratch removal and cover up including a couple of high priced waxes. It also easily removed some left over glue residue from political bumper stickers put on the back of the trailer by the previous owner.
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Old 02-22-2015, 08:48 AM   #16
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Do what Earl says here. Appreciate the concern Round Robin has for you, however, that polish out won't work and you will end up with a big mess as you discover the clear coat and clad type aluminum sheeting. says.
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Thanks to all. Tomorrow I am going to do some research and contact Airstream and see what they have to say.
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Do what Earl says here. Appreciate the concern Round Robin has for you, however, that polish out won't work and you will end up with a big mess as you discover the clear coat and clad type aluminum sheeting. says.

That is probably very good advice. Wish you good luck and I am sure the pros will be able to fix this.

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