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Old 09-21-2014, 10:35 PM   #1
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3m scotchgard paint protection film

Does anyone have this on their trailer? I have it on the car and truck and it works great. It keeps the rocks from chipping. It also makes removing the bugs easier. I just don't know how it performs on a trailer.

Does it help with oxidation?
Any problems with it on a (fiberglass/gel coat) trailer?
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Old 09-21-2014, 10:52 PM   #2
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Does anyone have this on their trailer? I have it on the car and truck and it works great. It keeps the rocks from chipping. It also makes removing the bugs easier. I just don't know how it performs on a trailer.

Does it help with oxidation?
Any problems with it on a (fiberglass/gel coat) trailer?
I've had two friends so far with class A units close to 10 years old. In both cases a minute amount of moisture penetrated the film and mildew was growing on the back side. Only recourse is to remove the film, a very difficult chore. There is a RV repair company near Orlando that will remove it for 4-6 hundred as I recall. Like I said very labor intensive. The one I saw removed came out like a new paint job, horrible mess beforehand.
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