use both with a buff BUT you have to watch because the trailer is fiberglass
witch you dont want to heat up to much but you should be fine as long as you dont hold the buffer on the trailer for very long time in one spot
yacht brite makes a product for gelcoat called "buf magic" it's a compound that gets finer as you buff. you can find it in a marine store. works great, i use it on my boat. theres actually some video's on it.
However it's not made for painted surfaces. GELCOAT ONLY!
My rear pads didn’t chirp when they got low, and I wore them into the backing metal. My rims were covered in rust that I couldn’t get off. Was scared to use brake clean on the finish.
Hit them with some Easy-Off and 10 minutes later I rinsed them shiny and clean.
Waxed them up and now good...
To start out, Holy Smokes my arm is about to fall off!!! Today I proceeded to Wash and do a professional Wax job on my 2011 F250 PSD. I did a two bucket wash, then I spray detailed and clay barred the whole body and windows.. That made the paint soo smooth! FYI this is my first go at a 3 stage...
Hi, my 2010 Harley Davidson f350 driver side fender emblem is starting to peel chrome off of the emblem. Has anyone had a specific company re do their emblem? (I am in Canada) Is it possible? I like the look and don’t really want to paint it black.
Any info would be much appreciated.
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