The day has finally arrived. It’s time to start polishing! First, let’s inspect the trailer. Hooray, it appears that a previous owner has stripped most of the plastic coating from the trailer! So that’s less work, right?
Here is the frustrating thing. Although there is less stripping to do, I have these spots all over the trailer that the previous owner missed. They weren’t very good at getting close to the edges. Here I had to apply Citristrip under the tail lights.
The stripe is mostly original. At one point, it appears that someone touched it up in a few areas with some blue paint. The stripper took that off easily. The adhesive behind the stripe is much more challenging.
I removed the rock guard windows and panels.
I also removed the propane tanks from the tongue to make it easier to work around.
These photos are basically just some “before” shots.