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Old 04-23-2017, 06:56 PM   #1
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Lawnmower mayhem, paint chips on Beaver

Neighbor mowing lawn threw up all kinds of rocks and now our full paint Beaver has a dozen, small paint chips on one side. Anyone use a mobile paint chip repair service to do touch-ups on a MH? How successful?
We just got the MH back from the body shop who installed a new window in the slide as some kids blew out the old one with a 1/2" dia glass marble propelled by a slingshot. Don't really want to bother the body shop for a small repair, just wondering if anyone has used a mobile paint service for chipped paint.
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Old 04-23-2017, 07:39 PM   #2
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Do not use Brotherz RV in Indio CA. Mark Will not stand behind his work, and Talks a Real Good Line of &)((&()!!! I too have a Beaver, he worked on it, and paint is pealing off and glass work is even worse. Stay Away From Brotherz RV Mobile Paint and Bodywork Repair.
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Having been involved with restoration work on many cars I'm keenly aware of the many issues with paint. I'd see who in your town has a good reputation (any body shop can do the work) and get a price. Some shops are better than others at this but almost any chain shop would be able to do the work at competitive rates.

I spent nearly $20k for paint on a 59 Caddy only to have a friend drag a floor jack along the side with the base plate up. Made a nasty scratch about 12" from the floor almost the entire side of the car. Took another $3k to do repairs. Good thing tears don't cause paint to run.
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