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RV How To… Restore your RV’s paint to like new condition

In this RV How To video I show you just how easy it is to restore your RV’s paint to like new condition. Using Meguiar’s Mirror Glaze line of polishing compounds and some inexpensive Harbor Freight tools and polishing pads I walk you through removing some pretty large scratches in my RV.

I also show you how to do large/deep scratch removal in the clear coat using 1200 to 3000 grit wet sand paper and polishing with Meguiar’s #4, #83 and #205 Mirror Glaze polishing compound.

I’m in no way compensated by the manufacturers mentioned in this video. I’ve just found that they work well enough to give excellent results without breaking the bank which makes them worth mentioning.

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  1. Thanks for the advice on the black and grey tanks. I learned a lot and am going to try this. I will let you know how it works for me.
    Do you have any advice for maintaining the gate release cables that run to the tanks buried in the underbelly cover from a master panel in the passthrough?

    1. Yes, use WD40. Spray inside where the wire goes into the cable. Work the valve in an out a couple of times. That is about all you can do if the cable has a vinyl casing, and most do. If the cable does not have a vinyl casing, spray the whole cable. It will seep inside and lube the cable.

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