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Daveinet

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FIRE UP wrote:

... And, he personally had never even heard of "RV.net"...
That just means he's not that smart [emoticon]

As with all of these kinds of products, the biggest issue is going to be the prep. Getting the product to stick and not flake off is going to be the primary control point of defining a "good" product. It has very little to do with the product its self, but everything to do with the prep. My observation would be that who does it is more important than the actual brand.


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Well, I power washed the roof and then applied the
Special primer then two Coats of finish. All in one
Sunny day. Done deal.

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I have used Rhino Liner and some of the other similar coatings on the beds of our trucks for years. When applied properly, they last forever. My present pickup has vortex liner in the bed and on the outside of the toolbox. I routinely haul heavy pallets of feed, fertilyzer, etc and it doesn't even get scratched. Very tough stuff, when applied properly and thick enough.





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You want to read this post: ECO Coat Review. Make sure the Rhino dealer is trained and authorized to do such work. It seems that the material is not warrantied unless he is!

Several RV manufacturers and shops are using similiar materals for such repairs with very good results.


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