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Old 07-02-09, 11:59 PM
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Smile spray on bedliner on boat

Anybody tried spray on bedliner on boat to protect from rust and chemical corrosion.I have applied spray on bedlier recently.What you say?
 
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Old 07-03-09, 04:22 AM
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I wouldn't consider using it on the hull but see no reason why you couldn't use it on the deck.
 
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A lot of folks in the mountain west are putting it on drift boats for fishing rivers. Keeps them from getting dinged up from hitting rocks. I wouldn't recommend it for any hull you want to plane.
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I would not put it on the outside, below the warter line, inside would be fine.
 
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Old 07-14-09, 03:54 AM
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Smile spray on bedliner

I sprayed qwikliner spray on my boat.It prevents boat from chemical corrosion,rust,scratches.My boat looks like newone.
 
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I have a bayliner with tired carpet and I am planning to go the same route, pull it up and have a thick blue liner sprayed on the floor...
My buddy had his truck done and he hauls gravel, rocks, really beats that bed, and it's held up well for a couple years now.
Probably the hardest part is you'll have to remove or mask off whatever you don't want covered very well, overspray is not coming off.
 
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I have talked to a couple guys that did this to thier boats. They were not happy with how HOT the deck got. Feel the back of a pickup and feel how hot the deck gets compared to carpet in the sun.
 
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Well of course..if you do black...there are plenty of other colors. And you can always put carpet or mats on top.
 
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Be sure you do not EVER want to get it off. I am restoring an ElCamino that had one sprayed in it, i was successful in removing it, with a die grinder and rust stripping wheel, would not want to try to remove that stuff from fiberglass!!
 
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Old 09-07-09, 01:58 PM
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Thats why the good ones have a "no peel" warranty. Gotta tell ya..when I saw the guy going at the bed of my brand new $24K Dodge truck with a wire wheel on a grinder..it kinda made me worry...

They did that and then wiped everything with something (paint thinner? acetone?) and did the spray after masking.

8 years of no issues at all...at least with the bedliner...

This was Line-X..I just like it better than the Rhino.
 
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Old 09-18-09, 10:31 PM
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liner spray

What I see with liners is tool boxes slide all over the back...does the spray do the same?
 
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Old 09-19-09, 06:37 AM
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hvac...some liners do let things slide, yes. But no more than bare metal or the drop in liners..maybe a little less. Rhino is actually much less likely to let things slide around from what I've seen.
 
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