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    White wax removing some very bad stains from an enclosed old white trailer

    I like to put a product through the test and it may take alittle longer but if used the right way and with proper technique the consumer products are very good! Here is an older trailer that has only been washed ever so often with purple power and just rinsed off. And this is the second time I've used it I feel that I have proved that it's a great AIO with great cleaning power!

    Here's trailer as delivered.

    White Wax!

    Picked this area because of the nasty stains, as you can see below bottom of tape line I already tested but went ahead and taped off to have a good picture for a test spot.

    Made 4 cover passes with my Poter Cable 7424 DA started on speed 4 and bumped up to speed 6.

    Taped removed or a before and after.

    Didn't want to spend to much time trying to take time to get good outside sun shots of white so these next pics are just 50/50 shots.

    Already did the top half and a small setion down the right side.

    Here's a 50 / 50 sun shot and shadow coverage.

    Before and After shots.

    After

    Before

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    After

    Sorry I didn't get a before at this angle, but here's the After.

    With the white oxidized paint coming off it wasn't no different then working on old oxidized Gel Coat. It took a full day to bring back to this shape which for using just Meguiar's Consumer's AIO to have produced this nice looking clean white trailer again, that now as great gloss to it and a shine. Did go through 3 polishing pads from being ripped and tore along with having to throw away 5 or 6 micro fiber towels that the wind blow on the ground in the gravel but I think Meguiar's White Wax is a pretty great AIO that did a good job on this whether'ed and neglected white trailer!

    Thanks for looking.
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    Re: White wax removing some very bad stains from an enclosed old white trailer

    Night and day difference. Gave the trailer some new life.

    Not sure if you have seen this write up from Mr. Stoops on white wax.

    http://www.meguiarsonline.com/forums...r-of-White-Wax

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    Re: White wax removing some very bad stains from an enclosed old white trailer

    Wow, great result! That thing almost looks brand new!

    Did you polish the wheels as well?
    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    I own a silver vehicle and a black vehicle owns me. The black one demands attention, washing, detailing, waxing and an occasional dinner out at a nice restaurant. The silver one demands nothing and it looks just fine. I think the black vehicle is taking advantage of me, and the silver car is more my style. We can go out for a drive without her makeup and she looks fine. If I want to take the black one out, it is three or four hours in the "bathroom" to get ready.

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    Nice work! trailers need love too.
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    Re: White wax removing some very bad stains from an enclosed old white trailer

    Years of neglect gone! Good work!

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    Re: White wax removing some very bad stains from an enclosed old white trailer

    White Wax..... our new unsung hero, perhaps? Great work once again, Daniel!
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    Re: White wax removing some very bad stains from an enclosed old white trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Night and day difference. Gave the trailer some new life.

    Not sure if you have seen this write up from Mr. Stoops on white wax.

    http://www.meguiarsonline.com/forums...r-of-White-Wax
    Not until you linked it for me, Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    Wow, great result! That thing almost looks brand new!

    Did you polish the wheels as well?
    Appreciate it! No just used D120 Glass Cleaner mixed alittle stronger to wipe down, It does do a nice job! I've even had some customer and people ask what kind of polish I used on their rims. I tell them Meguiars.. I have 2 different mixture's of D120 I use for cleaning and wiping metals down good before I do polish, & another strong mixture instead of a IPA for chemically stripping. Works great and alot better in my opinion. Used D120 for years and I just like it and have played around with it for different things and it works great for me. I Buy it by the gallon it's Awesome stuff!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott's 62 View Post
    Nice work! trailers need love too.
    Thank's!

    Quote Originally Posted by Selectchoice View Post
    Years of neglect gone! Good work!
    Thanks Buddy, appreciate it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    White Wax..... our new unsung hero, perhaps? Great work once again, Daniel!
    Thanks Buddy, I haven't tried this combo out yet but I'm thinking since the White Wax has more Cleaners to it, To use it like we've done and then follow up with quick pass of Black Wax since it is more towards polishing with more oils to it on a Polishing or Finishing pad for a fantastic finish!
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