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Old 02-01-2014, 05:51 PM   #1
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ResistAll paint protection

from a company called Enviro Gaurd paint protection. anybody know any thing about it? I guess Im asking if it works. suppose to eliminate the need for waxing.
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Old 02-02-2014, 12:01 AM   #2
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It's a good product. Comes from a employee owned company in Texas. They also have a good warranty that should come with the application.
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Old 02-02-2014, 11:05 AM   #3
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thanks goose, do you know how they apply it? the outside anyway. i was reading some other forums and most thought it was a scam.
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Its put on like you would a wax. It seals the pours of the paint to keep dirt and other items from sticking to the finish. The warranty coverage does cover damage to the paint from such things as bird droppings and even for you folks from the south those dreaded love bugs. They have a good web site, its ctpc.com
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What's the cost, say for a 40 ft. Class A?
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I just checked out there site, I didn't see anywhere about prices on there products. Did I miss it?
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when my coach comes in around the end of April, General RV want $45 a ft for the inside and out. 36X45. hmm
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I would negotiate that. Is that for interior and exterior? They should be able to do both for about half that a linear foot.


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yes inside and out, seems kinda of pricey to me
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Hanko, negotiate the amount down. There is a fair amount of wiggle room. We negotiated it down a lot on our new Tiffin that we purchased from General RV in Grand Rapids purchased in Nov.
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Hanko, negotiate the amount down. There is a fair amount of wiggle room. We negotiated it down a lot on our new Tiffin that we purchased from General RV in Grand Rapids purchased in Nov.

Really!! So your saying that its a good product to go with? Can you disclose how much you beat em down? thanks much
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Here 's a recent thread about paint protection offered by a dealer which may be helpful.

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