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Old 02-05-2014, 02:47 PM   #1
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Eco RV Pro interior and exterior protection??

We are considering treating our new Itasca 33 with this stuff. I currently have a similar product called Xzylion on my little sports car and it is amazing! Have not waxed the car in 4 years and it is shiny, shiny, shiny! Some kind of secret bonding to the paint going on. Eco RV Pro will also treat the interior and it will be germ free/odor free for 5 years or so they claim. We will be storing it here in FL and the humidity is always an issue. I am worried about the dampness/mold/mildew issues that will inevitability arise. (Won't be plugging it in all the time to avoid these issues).


Does anyone out there have experience with this? The cost they quoted is $1245 and will take one day to treat the RV. It must be dealer applied.

Thanks for your time and replies in advance.

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Old 02-05-2014, 03:41 PM   #2
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Wow, that's very expensive. I'm not familiar with that product, but I find it very hard to believe it will last 4 years. Get you a can of Collinite 476s for less than 20 bucks, some elbow grease and save the money. If elbow grease is out of the question then pay someon 100 bucks to apply it. If you are worried about the interior use Scotch guard on the fabric, etc. We too used to have an RV in Florida and never had a problem with germs or odor. If you are worried about humidity there are products to take care of that...basically silica bags, pouches, cans.
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