Protective Film

Discussion in 'RV Tips & Tricks' started by roborjohn, Mar 29, 2006.

  1. roborjohn

    roborjohn New Member

    I have seen Class A's on the road with a white protective film on the front for temporary protection against road debris. (Same as auto shippers use, I guess...) Seems as if it would be a good idea for a trip we are planning to Alaska since we don't have a bra or the 3M film on our Tropi-Cal. Does anyone have information on manufacturer/supplier/distributor?

    Many Thanks - John
    2005 Tropi-Cal LX T370
    2004 Jeep Wrangler Safari
     
  2. jlrsn

    jlrsn New Member

    Protective Film

    The following has protective tape designed to protect your paint:

    Venture Tape Corp.
    (800) 343-1076

    http://www.venturetape.com/final/index.htm

    Venture Shield - Paint Protection Tape is a 6 mil (150 micron) non-yellowing urethane film coated with an aggressive removable acrylic adhesive system. This adhesive system is designed to remove without adhesive transfer to the applied surface and no damage to painted surfaces.

    Good luck,
    Jim
     
  3. jlrsn

    jlrsn New Member

    Protective Film

    The web site changed somewhat since I was last there but the following URL will bring you to the VentureShield. Scroll down four products until you reach 7510 Product Details which is 6 mils thick that I have used on my motorcycle and 7512 / 7514 Product Details which is 12 mils thick that I'd use if I were going to Alaska.

    http://www.venturetape.com/final/new_products.htm

    Good luck,
    Jim
     
  4. macamper240

    macamper240 New Member

    Protective Film

    I didn't see anything on the site about $. Any idea about the cost to cover the front of a Class A motorhome?
     
  5. jlrsn

    jlrsn New Member

    Protective Film

    I have no idea of the cost to cover the front of your Class A but give them a call at (800) 343-1076 and find out who sells it in your area. They are the manufacturer.
    Good luck,
    Jim
     

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