De-lamination with new manufacturing
So I have a 7 year old Eclipse Milan travel trailer (made in So. Cal) that is seven years old and one corner had a very small water leak and has some de-lamination issues (it's filon attached to aluminum studs). I am looking at new trailers that are aluminium sides verses fiberglass for this reason. But the salesman has told me the manufacturing process has changed for fiberglass trailers and this is no longer as big of a concern. Does anyone know if there is any truth to that statement?
I am currently considering a Grey Wolf 23DBH. Not much info on here other than someone who was very unhappy with their purchase two years ago.
Any thoughts on either of the the above?
Thanks in advance!