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I am shortly taking delivery of a brand new Coachman Laser 675 and am looking into the different paintwork protection products. I have been offered the Diamondbrite Leisure sealer/ protector service by my dealer at a cost of £500 (including fabric protection). But having read loads of reviews I have decided to carry out the work myself. Fabric protection is not an issue as I will just buy some Scotchguard spray. However the external bodywork is where I need some advice on what product to use. Ideally I would have liked to use the Diamondbrite Leisure 2 stage process, but have discovered that it is not available to the general public. Has anyone had experience of using any other products? e.g. Paintseal, Autoglym, Meguiars etc.
Hi there, Just a little hello to introduce ourselves to you all on caravantalk. Hope you are all well. We are a Caravan Repair Centre located in Cranswick,nr Driffield, which is located in East Yorkshire,about 15 miles off Hull. We undertake cosmetic repairs to Caravans and Motorhomes and have recently teamed up with Wandahome, Yorkshire Coast Caravans and Swift Caravans to cosmetically repair their caravans. We offer a collection and delivery service to our customers and all work is guaranteed. We dont charge for an estimate to be done. And we also have the facility to give an estimate via email. Please feel free to contact us over the phone on 01377270479 and ask for Iain or Mandy. You can contact us through email on arc@broachhill. com facebook. com/broachhill @broachhill You can also find us at www. broachhillaccidentrepair. com/caravan Thankyou for taking the time to read this. Hope you enjoy the rest of the day BroachHill
Has anyone out there used the Supagard treatment,it has been offered to me as a service for protecting my new caravan when it arrives. I was wondering if something like MER might be just as good for the paintwork,we were'nt considering the upholstery treatment as our 2 year old grandson suffers from skin allergies & anything other than straight water seems to bring him out in a rash. Steve.