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Old 07-03-2012, 04:02 PM   #1
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1976 25' Caravanner
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orange peel

One side of the 76 Caravanner is severely oxidized (from the direction it sat for several years). I'm concentrating on this side as the other side is going to be fairly easy judging from a small test area. G6 won't cut and F9 almost isn't agressive enough but will get there with patience. Then aluminum is cleaning well but in spots the surface almost resembles orange peel. The surface is clean as I wiped with mineral spirits. Has anyone encountered this? Can this be improved with enough F9? I'm at a loss as to what to do as the other side (test area) is mirror shine with G6 haven't even used S yet
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