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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 11:24 am 
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roger r. wrote:
Concerning the EZLiner...once dry, does it have a rubbery feeling touch or a hard PVC feeling touch?

It is not soft or tacky.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 5:40 pm 
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We sell it at work for rims, and guys do try to do complete cars. The problem is that it lifts around the edges and then you are screwed.... you can't touch it up, all you can do is peel it off and re-spray the whole panel or whatever. Seems like a waste for what it costs!

At 50$ per gallon for a whole car it's seems pretty cheap to me. You buy a white car and when you're tired you make it blue and when you hand it over to your wife your repaint it pink.
https://www.dipyourcar.com/
If there was less rust on my truck I'd paint it flat black with the tainted paint over the back lights.


You also live in Quebec Doc... I hear you guys paint the hubcaps pink over there...


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:20 pm 
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cdnairgunner wrote:
DocGadget wrote:
cdnairgunner wrote:
We sell it at work for rims, and guys do try to do complete cars. The problem is that it lifts around the edges and then you are screwed.... you can't touch it up, all you can do is peel it off and re-spray the whole panel or whatever. Seems like a waste for what it costs!

At 50$ per gallon for a whole car it's seems pretty cheap to me. You buy a white car and when you're tired you make it blue and when you hand it over to your wife your repaint it pink.
https://www.dipyourcar.com/
If there was less rust on my truck I'd paint it flat black with the tainted paint over the back lights.


You also live in Quebec Doc... I hear you guys paint the hubcaps pink over there...


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Hmmm pink hubcaps huh... never tought about that one LOL.
I'd never paint hubcaps period. Hubcaps are ugly enough by themselves, painting them would just make mathers worst :P

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2013 8:00 am 
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paddyfritz wrote:
roger r. wrote:
Concerning the EZLiner...once dry, does it have a rubbery feeling touch or a hard PVC feeling touch?

It is not soft or tacky.


Thanks.

That stuff looks promising for a lot of outdoor projects.


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I have a Reflex spray-in bedliner in my truck and it stays slightly tacky no matter the weather. Maybe your local Van & Truck World or other Reflex bedliner dealer would spray your stock for you? :lol:

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I solved the problem for now. I bought a pair of shooting gloves. They have the rubber dots on them. They work good. I still might try the Plasti Dip for the summer. Maybe in pink. :D

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