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Old 09-22-2014, 06:32 AM   #15
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Cornela...or Cornelia, GA.? And what's the name of the co. besides Bullet?
Cornelia...............CSS Innovations. 706 776 2850
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Thank you. What kind of prep did they have to do? The price you quoted is less than I was quoted for a bra.
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Old 09-22-2014, 06:39 AM   #17
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Thank you. What kind of prep did they have to do? The price you quoted is less than I was quoted for a bra.
I hear you on the Bra, plus the added headaches that come with them. They sanded and prepped just like they would do if they where repainting.
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I'm also thinking of having the rear bumper done on my pusher because of scratches by mechanics leaning in to do engine maint. I'll be at Stone Mountain next month, I'll be calling them. Thanks again.
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What a great idea, not getting any younger, no waxing. LOVE IT
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Old 09-22-2014, 07:13 AM   #20
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What a great idea, not getting any younger, no waxing. LOVE IT
Don't give me the credit for the idea, I read about in it another forum. I'm not that smhart
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Old 09-22-2014, 09:50 AM   #21
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I think a clear bed liner would look a lot better. The paint color and graphics would still be there. Either way that stuff is permanent and can never be removed.
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I just finished the front of our coach. I has the 3m stuff on it. It had yellowed and turned dull. But there only a few cracks. So I power sanded the whole front with 1000 grit wet or dry and followed that with 1600 grit wet or dry. Then I power buffed with liquid polish. It is now shiny and new looking. As a bonus the finish is as smooth as a new baby's ass. I did the same to the yellowed headlights. All looks good. I suggest you try this first before giving up on the 3M.


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In some places, like Tucson, I believe the process is Rhino Liner. Same stuff. We have our truck bed sprayed.
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In New England it is Linex.
They are a franchise.
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Two suggestions for less permanent protection

http://www.plastidip.com/home_soluti...NFO=Plasti_Dip

http://3mauto.com/paint-defender-spray-film.html
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I've been ready to pull the trigger on doing this to my coach but have hesitated due to concerns of fading....especially since The stuff can't be removed.
Any insight that could perhaps inspire confidence?
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I've been ready to pull the trigger on doing this to my coach but have hesitated due to concerns of fading....especially since The stuff can't be removed.
Any insight that could perhaps inspire confidence?
I would take my chances on removing the old covering and try to save the paint. I would rather have the front repainted than get the bed liner and have regrets later.
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Just had a conversation with. Friend who paints airplanes.... He said go for the truck bed liner, if it fades, we can paint over it.
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