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Old 06-13-2013, 01:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Screamintrashcan View Post
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.
Its most likely the automotive type of spray can, seems to hold up pretty well
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