|Item Weight||3.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 12 x 9.2 inches|
|Item model number||M4965|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||M4965|
|OEM Part Number||MEGM4965|
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Meguiar's M4965 Marine/RV Fiberglass Restoration System
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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
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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.Read more ›
First Meguiars #49 Oxidation Remover will remove most of the oxidation in one pass after you've spread it out and polished till the compound is no longer hazy, provided you've put enough on and spread evenly around and worked small areas like 2x2ft. However, this will not get 100% out, but does leave a glossy surface - depending on your color, amount of oxidation, etc. In my case, working on white gel coat, you could see there was still some haziness left after using this product. Pictures 2,4,5 show some of the hazy areas (not compound residue) left over after using the #49 (the day is completely overcast, so the clouds you're seeing are areas that didn't polish out 100% with the Meguiar's) I switched over to a 3M Imperial compound and had much better results, 3M spreads better, cuts through the oxidation in one pass leaving no haze behind like the Meguiars did. The abrasives dissipate fast and you'll be hard pressed to burn through the coat or decal unless you're really trying. To be fair, #49 didn't have any burn issues either, but I had to use much more material as it didn't spread out very well. I had the 3M stuff left over from my days working in a fiberglass boat factory.Read more ›
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The 3M Marine Restorer and Wax seemed to work better for my application.Published 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
Use at our own risk, I'd like to elaborate but just trust me. I like Meguiars but they just fell on their face with this kit & everything inside it. It's just bad.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve
The 3 step process, using the oxidation remover, polish, and wax, brought back oxidized fiberglass roof of an RV to an almost new finish.Published 1 month ago by 2millibros