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Old 07-30-2009, 07:06 PM   #1
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XZILON Paint Protection

I was at the Rv dealer today and now they have a new product that protects your paint, no fading or oxidation guarnteed for 5 years. No waxing required. They say it is similar to a permanent rainx applied. Bugs just fell off of the front of RVs after driving. It is used even on aircrafts. Went to the company web site, they don't say much. It has to be installed at the dealer, they prep and clean your surface. Dealer told me about $900 for everything. little pricey, just wondering if anyone else has heard of this paint protection. new gadgets everyday to get our money.

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Read the small print in the warranty. Most of these "protective coating" require a yearly cleaning or reapplication by the authorized dealer to keep the warranty in effect.

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