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Old 06-05-2016, 07:40 PM   #11
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Hi Campin4Ever-

Exposed wires are the least of your worries.. You have a hot mess of dissimilar metals under your coach and that causes rusting. How?? Well dissimilar metals cause basically, and without all the geek speak, a electrical current to run constantly through the metals which causes corrosion. Corrosion being rust.. Powder coating does not stop this process. Our VC-4 does. We used the same technology as the military when they coat ships and planes. Wade's family consist of RV enthusiasts and chemical engineers- his grandpa even helped to develop coatings that helped protect planes etc from the corrosions caused by radar. We know our stuff!! Please feel free to contact me with any questions..
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I believe we hit 120 in AZ today!! HOTTTTT!!!!
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Old 06-05-2016, 10:33 PM   #13
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Cat, You live in Gilbert, AZ. & you work with or work for Durotain? Yes electrolysis JUMPED out at me first thought. I earned being a Journeyman in the Sheet Metal trade as well as being a certified Welder. I need to fully understand what VC-4 will do for my trailer.
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Old 06-05-2016, 10:50 PM   #14
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Yes I work for Duratain.. Well I guess I am more apart of the Duratain family.. VC-4 is a military grade coating that stops the electrolysis process much like the coatings on navy ships and fighter airplane hide them from radar. The product is actually a self healing product that will bring itself back together, so rocks and other road debris that nick or mar the coat can't hurt you or allow for rusting. Give me a call tomorrow and I will answer all your questions and if I can't Wade for sure can..
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