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Old 09-16-2007, 11:18 AM   #1
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Finally starting.

Here is the deal. I want to shine up my AS but am not ready to put all the hours into it for a mirror finish. I know that sounds cheap or lazy or something. But the situation is that deer season starts in about a month and that is where she'll be parked for 3 months. But like I said I would like to have it shined up a little before going to the lease.
I purchased a couple of the sample cans of removeall 220. That stuff is amazing!
My question is, does this look normal as far as what it should look like after applying the stripper? And how can I get the best possible shine after stripping the clear. I don't have alot of time to devote right now but after deer season I will have lots of time. Then I can do the steps for a real mirror shine.
Hope this makes sense, and any advice or product recomendations will be GREATLY appreciated.

Here are the pics of a sample spot where I applied Removeall, and overall condition of trailer.
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