Fort Mill, South Carolina
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The gel coat on my 2016 Micro Minnie is almost impossible to get back to the shine that it had when new. It is the blue color..

I have done the Meguir's 3 step cleaning , sealing anfd waxing.

A week later it looks like we never did anything. Need some help here it really looks terrible and I'm thinking I'm losing value of the unit also.

Product or Service Mentioned: 2016 Winnebago Industries Micro Minnie Rv.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $4500.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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I have a 2018 Cherry Red Micro Minnie model 1706FB, and the same issue, but..I use the word 'issue' gently. No color, even white or beige, will keep the same non-environment affected 'gloss' by means of the sun's surface damageing UV rays.

You are doing everything right...completely carnabua wax your unit in the start and end of the camping season, and at site, or on your home driveway...use a car wash solution that also has Carnabua wax as part of its formulatioin...and try to wash your side walls, ROOF!!!! and trailer frame with that, at least once per month. Also, using a certified trailer cover (one that breathes mosture release) when not camping or towing, will add years to your RV. The factory shine...has had no UV damage, travel swept micro sand, insect impact...wind storm debris (with micro dust and sand, that acts like sand paper) etc...

will keep your unit looking like it just came from the dealer's lot. What you are doing right now, with my added suggestions, is the max that an owner can do...keep it waxed...cover it when not in use...use White Lithuim grease on the grey and black pull handel shafts...on the threads of the stabilizing corner jacks...and use a good rustoleium paint to touch up any sign of rust flakes on your A-Frame, under side frames, and all parts of your Hitch...and you will be doing everything right...and have long life from your RV. Just a few suggestions...and oh..one more thing...your TPO roof membrane needs cleaning, and brush on sealing, with a soft brissle car wash brush...and then a rinse..at least TWICE a camping season.

UV rays KILL membrane roofs...and you need to hold the sun's bad act...as far away from your roof as you can! UV rays, are relentless on roof!

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