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Meguiar's M4965 Marine/RV Fiberglass Restoration System

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  • Three step process to restore fiberglass gelcoats
  • Oxidation remover takes care of wear
  • Polish restores brilliant gloss
  • Pure wax provides durable protection for surface
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Meguiar's M4965 Marine/RV Fiberglass Restoration System + Meguiar's M5716 Marine/RV Vinyl & Rubber Cleaner & Protectant - 16 oz. + Meguiar's M6732 Marine/RV One Step Compound - 32 oz.
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandMeguiar's
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 12 x 9.2 inches
Item model numberM4965
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part NumberM4965
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000AY4YT
Best Sellers Rank #1,300 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableOctober 4, 2004
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Caution: Contains products that may be harmful. See warnings on back of each bottle. Keep out of reach of children.

Product Description

Meguiar's Fiberglass Restoration System uses three specialized steps to effectively restore all fiberglass gelcoats, and is ideal for marine craft and RVs. The Oxidation Remover handles wear from oxidation, stains, and scratches. Meguiar's Fiberglass Polish restores a brilliant gloss to the finish. Finally, the Pure Wax step provides long-lasting, durable protection to the restored surface.


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Customer Reviews

Looks brand new!!! :)
Kimberlie Moore
The oxidizer remover worked really good to remove the dull finish.
Glass Man
To my amazement and with a lot of elbow grease it worked great!
Donna F.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Ed D on August 18, 2011
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I do car detailing and my cars have to look perfect new all the time. That has to go the same for my trailer. Got a used trailer inside was like new and I think this trailer sat unused for a few years in the sun.
Now I need to get the oxidation off this used trailer we just bought. I tried regular Mcquires for cars clearcoat cleaner compound on a 3000 rpm polishing wheel. Not good enough.I ordered through Amazon McGuires RV 3 step oxidation compound, polish and wax. Fiberglass is a tougher finish then clearcoat and this Oxidation compound is designed to cut through and really remove all the garbage and oxidation built on the finish. It restored my dull slightly off white finish back to bright white and very shiny. As well as me tired, But its well worth the effort.

(UPDATE June 2013) I recently bought a used motorhome and went through the same process as I did with trailer in this original review from 2 years ago, JUST like the trailer it brought back the shine to new. I did discover that using the machine and just the McGuires fiberglass restorer compound. The wax in kit is great stuff but I find myself going back to a wax call Protect-all RV wax I used it for many years and following up with The Protect-all wax even brought and held the luster a long time plus the wax has UV inhibitors in it so it is a complete wax for any fiberglass or car finish. Tried McGuires Flagship wax too, makes it sparkle but it goes on heavy and comes off harder leaves a film if you don't keep changing to new towels!!!!!!!!!!! Once you get your finish back the Protect-all is all you need to keep it that way forever as long as ya do it once or twice a year. Protect-all goes on easy comes off easy leaves high long lasting shine

WARNING!........
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Todd A. Begnoche on August 5, 2009
Three step system works like a charm. Elbow grease is required. Your results will reflect your efforts. Some areas needed more than one application of the first step. Take your time and don't get in a hurry. Steps 2 and 3 went much faster than step 1. Also, you need to keep shaking the deoxidizer bottle to keep the contents stirred up in order to get the best results. Always shake the bottles very well before using.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By clg on July 6, 2010
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The Casita is a 17 foot white fiberglass travel trailer that was purchased in march 2001. There was extensive oxidation resulting in a dull finish. After waxing a portion of the Casita I decided that it needed more than wax. A search of the internet lead me to the Meguiar system.

It takes a lot of rubbing on and rubbing off but the results are excellent. I spent 6 hours using the oxidation remover and a stain remover. Then another 4 hours applying the polish. The finishing wax was applied in 3 hours.

I highly recommend the restoration system.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Michael S. Gould on June 30, 2012
Although only half way done with our 32 foot motorhome, I am so pleased with the results of this product that
I wanted to write a review, and pass on some things that I hope will help others.

Bought our 1998 motorhome last summer from the original owner, and overall it was in very good shape. However, due
to a major health issue he had been unable to wax the outside for some time, and most of the fiberglass siding was
dull and discolored. Tried waxing and polishing without much luck, and even tried wetsanding it to remove a film of
the gel coat with the hopes of getting the shine back along with the original white color. This resulted in some improvement, but not a whole lot.

Then I came across this kit while shopping in Amazon, and as the reviews seemed very positive went ahead and ordered it, and all I can say is that all the positive comments are right on the money. As soon as I received it I tried a little of the oxidation remover on one of the worst spots, and wow, what an improvement!! Almost immediately the spot was smooth and shiny, and all the discoloration was gone. And all this without having to rub, and rub, and rub. Just a half a minute or so to get these results. So went ahead and bought a sander/polisher and as I said I am about half way done, being delayed by the weather, visiting relatives and some other distractions.

So first and foremost, if your in a similar situation I highly recommend this product, and here's some thoughts that might be of help to you.

1. I ordered the kit rather then just a bottle of the oxidation remover because I thought that would be the best way to go, but not sure if I'd go that route again.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Timothy L. Simonson on May 27, 2007
I recently purchased a 1991 RV. The gel coat was chalking and completely oxidized. After just the first step (and a lot of elbow grease) the fiberglass was completely restored. The whole finish looked just like it was new - I couldn't tell the difference between the previously oxidized finish and the areas that had been protected from the elements (behind license plate, etc). You need to be a little careful with the wax - don't let it dry for too long or it's tough to get off. Overall great product.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By cammoman on September 19, 2011
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I am very excited with the results of using this product! I own a 1992 18 foot
Ranger bass boat that was oxidized badly and I had already decided that I was going to have to take it to a professional for new gel coat. During my research I found Meguiar's fiberglass restoration system and decided to give it a try. I could not have been more pleased with the results. Except for the deeper scratches from years of use, the boat looks almost new again. Now, this process is not a walk in the park and as is with most things, you are going to get back what you put into it. I also purchased a Neiko Professional-Grade Variable Speed 7 Inch Car, Truck and Boat Polisher and pads for this project. This is not a job for those vibrating type waxers. I removed the trolling motor(good area to see how badly the oxidation really is) and the rest of the hardware. I had to go over some areas three times with the oxidation remover to get the results that I was looking for. Be persistant and follow the instructions! The residue slinging from the polisher is very hard to remove, especially from plastics and rubber, so take the necessary precautions to keep it off of them. I probably had at least twenty hours of actual polishing on this project but I achieved the results that I was looking for.
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