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Old 11-11-2011, 07:08 AM   #1
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Am looking for a quality paint shop in the Phoenix, AZ area to touch up some clearcoat areas on my coach. Can you recommend any place, preferably on the Phoenix west side?



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First qualification: They must have a truck paint booth large enough for your MH.

I'm not sure what you mean ..."to touch up some clearcoat area". If the clear coat is de-laminating, it will need to be removed and most likely the color will be damaged during this process. Its easier to say just sand down the clear coat and re-clear than it is to actually do it.
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I am headed to Puerto Penasco to get mine repaired. I'll have all the old stuff sanded off and then paint and clear cost applied mixed 50/50
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First qualification: They must have a truck paint booth large enough for your MH.

I'm not sure what you mean ..."to touch up some clearcoat area". If the clear coat is de-laminating, it will need to be removed and most likely the color will be damaged during this process. Its easier to say just sand down the clear coat and re-clear than it is to actually do it.
Are you providing an answer to the question, or attempting to show your knowledge? The question was for a quality paint shop in the Phoenix area.
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Sorry. I was just trying to help.

I hope someone can give you a great reference for a P/B shop on the west side of Phoenix. Not many have truck booths and I'm not sure you want painted in the blowing dirt or maybe you do.

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