Interest in clear coat "correction"?
I know many pay several hundred dollars for an external "detail", especially after a long trip, or before a rally.
But, as with many trailers that are used regularly, tree branches, dirty scrub brushes, and other items have their way with the clear coat. Resulting in a clear coat that has trailer long scratches, or fine scratches that are very obvious, especially as the trailer ages.
What would be a fair cost you would pay, (obviously there will be fluctuation due to condition before) for an exterior detail, including washing the roof well, cleaning the stainless rock guards, polishing the window protectors, a clay bar treatment ( to remove impregnated contaminants) and polishing the clear coat to correct any scratches that have appeared over the years, and application of a ceramic type product, to make the shine last longer, and cleaning easier later, resulting in a trailer that looks brand new. Regardless of age (keep in mind, if clearcoat is foggy and peeling, it cannot be easily fixed)