Exterior Trailer Paint Oxidation Removal
Hey guys, Brian here with Limelight Detailing in Eagle, Idaho, and today I’m working on a little 10 by 10 utility trailer. Kind of our main point of concern today is if you look at this panel here, you can see all this oxidation, and this trailer in particular was used for camping, and so there’s a lot of branch marks and things that have caused the paint to scratch, and cause a lot of oxidation. So this is the panel that we’ve worked on afterwards, and then this is what it looked like before.
So what I’m going to show you real quick is just a quick demonstration of what we do to get this oxidation off of the paint. I like to use a good compound whenever I’m working on getting oxidation removed, and so what I like to do is just put a little bead of compound on my pad here. We’re using a microfiber pad. So we’ll just get this nice and evenly worked in, and we’ll show you how it’s done.
So once we’ve got it kind of worked into the paint, you really just have to wipe it away, and this part is really just elbow grease and effort, and there you go. So you can kind of see a look here of our section that we’ve completed, and that’s really just a quick demonstration of how we get rid of oxidation on a utility trailer.