Originally Posted by snrusnak
^I was told that linex sprays 1 material with 1 method. And rhino sprays 1 material with two methods. And one of the rhino methods is inferior. Just repeating what I'e heard. I prefer linex mainly just for the better warranty/larger company. They have a warranty you can rely on.
That's actually incorrect. I have the technical data sheets of the three Rhino products I mentioned and all of them are inferior to LINE-X. LINE-X has much higher tear strength and tensile strength. None of the Rhino products mentioned are UV stable. LINE-X Xtra, LINE-X Premium, and the upcoming LINE-X Platinum are all UV stable (fade resistant).
There's another LINE-X product coming called "Body Armour". Body Armour has been applied to the Discovery Channel's Storm Chaser's vehicles, things at Disney World, and the West Coast Custom's LINE-X'd Camaro. Google search West Coast Customs LINE-X Camaro
and you will find pics of it. Body Armour is a unique product (100% pure aliphatic polyurea elastomer), no other company has it.