We are trying two different systems to polish the trailer. The traditional compound polisher way using Nuvite (F7) and the Jestco way with a cotton batting wheel and grey and rouge bars.
|Traditional nuvite method... 3 hours worth|
|Traditional method.... note the deep scratches where the previous owner had built a deck from. Yuck|
|Traditional method with Nuvite from front window to edge of endcap took 10 hours|
|Jestco method on rear endcap... approximately 2 hours of work.|
Initial polishing went MUCH quicker with Jestco grey bar but the red/rouge bar does not seem to shine the surface up like the F7 nuvite. We are toying with the idea of using the grey bar initially and then switching to the Nuvite polishing method for next step. The Jestco way seems more stressful on your wrists compared to the Nuvite way.. We will keep everyone up to date on our progress. We hate polishing!
More photos below........ After using both systems we are still leaning towards the Perfect Polish way... definitely slower but ultimately turns out nicer in our hands. We really wanted to like the other way but at least in cooler Vermont it did not work as well for us.