I've read tons on the forum about skin corrosion but need some emergency advice on how to save my 72 Tradewind.
A previous owner had replaced the "Tradewind" side, trim plates with two that had been molded by another source other than Airstream.
The metal used in the trim plates caused an extreme bi-metallic corrosion issue underneath the plates until they actually fell off the trailer when the rivets actually corroded through. Underneath the
trim plates, there had developed SEVERE intergranular, skin corrosion.
As the trailer is in a coastal evironment as well,....what can I spray or apply to these two areas to keep them from completely rotting through??
Now that the trim pieces are no no longer attached, will a coating of LPS-3 or something provide ANY emergency solution to stopping the corrosion in those spots.....??