We're all familiar with the "invisible bra" that protects the front of our coaches. I scuffed up a small area of this film and when I found out the replacement cost it was just about not worth it to repair it. I found the same film from 3M on-line. It can be bought in small quantities, about $5 for a square foot. And they include a small squegee with the instructions. Using the skill of a surgeon, and a new X-acto knife I was able to repair my damage to at least an acceptable level. The seams are visible but I think that I can hide them better with a product used for sealing the edges of decals on aircraft. Will have to wait until I can get some of that to say for sure. When I picked up my Monaco from the dealer I had them repaint the area on the rear where the lower half of the detachable ladder rubbed some scratches in it. Since then I have not used the ladder half and only got on the roof with a step ladder. Hey! I thought, why not use some of this film to pad and protect the vunerable area on the rear. Works like a charm. It is already being used at various places like the entry lock and so forth. The stuff is very easy to use and I know that I'll come up with other places to use it.
Look for it 3mestore.com It's called, oddly enough, Paint Protection Film!
2007 Monaco Cayman