The Wee Spray Shop specialise in motorhome and caravan repairs to both aluminium and plastics. We are also approved suppliers of the SPEEDCOAT system.
The Wee Spray Shop exclusively uses the SPEEDLINER EURO HC®† (Hygiene Coat) an active anti-bacterial, anti-microbial urethane polymer product which provides a tough, thick, flexible coating and has been independently laboratory tested and verified to outperform most other types of polymer spray-on liner products.
A SPEEDCOAT application creates a seamless, totally waterproof coating and is impervious to normal household cleaning chemicals and detergents. The SPEEDCOAT shower tray application also provides a textured finish that can assist towards an anti-slip surface within the shower cubicle. When utilising the SPEEDLINER EURO HC® product to repair cracked shower trays the spray coating will on average be applied up to 1.5 – 2 mm. thickness and has the finally cured strength and flexibility not to crack, warp or prevent the shower tray to deteriorate again beneath the coated surface. SPEEDCOAT offers a selection of colours to enhance or compliment existing shower and bathroom areas within the caravan or motorhome.
SPEEDCOAT applications have also been carried out to caravan and motorhome roofs that, due to the flexing and normal structural movement of vehicle bodies and roofs, have developed leaks allowing water ingress to the interiors causing damp areas and staining. By utilising the strength, flexibility and colours selection of the SPEEDLINER® product SPEEDCOAT Europe Ltd. and their trained and authorised Dealers/Applicators are able to offer a quality, long-lasting specialist repair service that is proving to be a successful remedy for what appears to be an inherent problem with plastic shower trays. The SPEEDLINER® products used by The Wee Spray Shop are only sold to trained and authorised SPEEDCOAT Dealers and are not available for DIY use.
SPEEDLINER EURO HC® polymer spray product is independently tested to meet the EEC directive ‘SI1998 / 1376 Plastic Materials in Contact with Food Legislation’.