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Old 05-06-2013, 10:49 PM
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Not trying to be nasty, but is this the same plasti- dip I put on hammer handles and such? If so, Eewww, it doesn't last very well, however, it could be removed with a pressure washer, or carwash, I suppose! Have you tried "Hammered " Rustoleum? It comes in spray cans, as well as quart cans, and I've seen it applied to rocker panels and inside pickup beds and car trunks. With a hardener catalyst,for car paint its like rhino liner for durability, and has a quite unique finish. Wally world sells it, and your auto paint place sells enamel reducer and hardener. I sprayed my loading ramps and the tail on my car hauler years ago with this stuff, and its pretty good.

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