I use "Perfect Glass" and Heavy Duty Simple Green to remove black streaks. One of the few places without anodized aluminum is the door frame. I polished a little just to see what it looks like. I don't like it and will let it oxidize.
The reflectors were separated from their backs by prying carefully with a razor knife, cleaned and re-installed.
Picked up a tip on the forum that "Flood" is the product to use for restoring awnings. It works great. I applied multiple coats including the battery box and cover for the steps. $10 at Lowes.
A power washer is used to get the mildew off the Sunbrella Awnings. I use a moderate nozzle with warm water but no soap. My son will get the big awning up top when he sprays down the roof of the trailer.
is what gets the mildew off the skin and trim. This is a moderate nozzle as I don't want to damage the clear coat. I did not use soap but did use warm water.
I have been very busy the last couple of years. I have done NOTHING to care for my trailer. I put it on the storage lot in good shape and now it is a mess. Here are some of the things I am doing to get it in tip top shape.