I hope this is the right place to pose a question. We have an older pull behind trailer. It is aluminum outer walls. I have a few projects that need done to it on the inside, discover some leak issues around or near the roof A/C unit, one area at the front wall, seal the tub/shower area as well as remove chipping paint. That being said in the way of a basic description of my issues, now to the question.
The front window cover appears to be fiberglass, that in my best description, in need of a touch up / paint job. Is there anything I need to do to it before applying paint other than some sanding? How about primer - what do I use? What about the final coat - what kind of paint?
Next the aluminum sides - there are "decoration" panels that need help as well. That paint is starting to peel and looks like it has several colors below the top coat. Should I just lightly sand to get the flaking off and then prime and paint? Again, what kind of primer? What kind of Paint?
I thought I would tackle these items first, then move into the wood working and bathroom / shower area. I would assume the paint I use on the exterior would work in the "wet" shower environment as well. Please correct me if I am wrong.
Ok, that is enough -- any help would be very appreciated.