Diamond Shield is the paint protection film chosen by many RV manufacturers to protect their coaches. Diamond Shield enjoys a well-deserved reputation for service to the customer long after the sale.
Florida Applied Films is fully certified and equipped to offer you Diamond Shield paint protection film. In addition, we are able to facilitate all your warranty claims. We are also experienced in removing and replacing older, out-of warranty film.
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Diamond Shield Product Care
Once applied, refrain from washing for 48 hours, washing after that time presents no problems, DO NOT USE HARSH OR ABRASIVE CLEANERS OR DETERGENTS.
We do not recommend ANY of the dry wash types of cleaners as they are intended for non-porous surfaces, paint protection films are a porous material.
Car wash type soap is recommended. Bugs should be washed off ASAP. One bug cleaner we recommend is Bug Magic, but any similar product should work just as well.
Use EXTREME care if using a pressure washer, too high of a pressure or misuse of pressure washer may cut or tear the film. Pressure washer damage IS NOT covered under Diamond Shield's warranty. The application of ANY products over Diamond Shield i.e vinyl bras, banners, etc. will void the Diamond Shield warranty.
Diamond Shield recommends the use of 303 Aerospace ProtectantTM , especially before any trips or Protect All both ofthese products replenish and provide UV screening protection, repel dust, soiling and staining, and should be applied every time you clean the front of the coach/vehicle. For minor scuffs we recommend the NOVUS line of products. If a product cannot be found locally, it can be purchased through Diamond Shield. Waxing of your coach/vehicle is recommended at least 3-4 times/year.
Prior to putting coach/vehicle in storage Diamond Shield should be cleaned and waxed. We recommend Mothers or Maguire's Liquid cleaner wax. DO NOT USE wax designed for specific colors.
To remove any dirt residue on film edges, Diamond Shield recommends wiping the edge with rubbing alcohol (Isopropyl) with a clean white cloth. Stubborn bug stains should be treated the same way with rubbing alcohol, blotting the stain for 3-4 days with the vehicle in DIRECT sun light. Most bug stains should eventually bleed out.
Isopropyl Alcohol (clear, not colored) can be found in any drug store or your local K-Mart, WalMart, etc. We recommend using 70% alcohol by volume.