Paintseal Direct

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Jack the Rev, Apr 1, 2011.

  1. Jack the Rev

    Jack the Rev Read Only Funster

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    I am interested in having Paintseal applied to protect my Motorhome. Its an Adria Vision A Class and I was wondering if anyone has any experience of this and what kind of job is it?

    Jack the Rev
     
  2. Geo

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    My opinion for what its worth
    Your motor Home has all the protection it needs either in the form of finished fibre glass or finished paintwork
    Normall polishing and washing is all thats needed:thumb:
    Save yer dosh
    Geo
     
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    Agree totally with Geo in this matter, on a car I used for cabbing a few years ago now was given a free coating something similar to the paint coating as this was something new and they wanted to try it, and also a silicone spray on the upholstery.
    The upholstery spray was very good and helped with keeping that clean as you can imagine it got heavy use, but the paint coating was a waste of time, and would not bother to have again.

    Hope this helps

    Dave .:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Consider a big strong magnet on your fuel line as well:thumb::thumb:
     
  5. rainbow chasers

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    These products and treatments cost £600 plus and are a waste of time and money!

    Paint sealant polish is available from car accessory retailers for £2.99-£5.99

    The interior/upholstery protectant is scotchguard - available from supermarkets at about £3.00-£5.00 a can.

    Spend £20 and half a day and save the rest for something useful - like a few weeks away somewhere nice!:thumb:
     
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