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Linex

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MrArmyAnt, Apr 22, 2006.

  1. MrArmyAnt

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    When ya'll say your doing it yourself, did you actually buy the kit with the sprayer from them or are you just using a knock off spray in a hopper made for sheetrock?
     
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    yeah, id like ot know this also,

    i know a couple peeps around her who have done this themselves but they seem to not want to indulge how they went about doing it, as if its some top secret classified thing

    and i know they spent next to nothing to do it or they wouldnt have done it, is how peeps are around here

    have little money and/or are tight wads

    more former than latter
     
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    i don't beleive you can get a linex do it your self kit, or rinho liner for that matter, ones i've seen are hurculiner and rustoleum

    btw from what i've seen linex is the way to go if your going to get it done
    also there is a definate difference in the professional spray on ones and the do it your self ones- ie quality and durability
     
  4. Skigirl

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    Linex and rhino lining are not DIY. Commercial only. Other stuff is: Herc, Durabak and a few others.
     
  5. MrArmyAnt

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    Linex is a kit you can order for your shop. It isn't applied hot like rhino liner. You have too buy their sprayer and drums for it. but i know people aren't spending that much on them on their website.
     
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    I used a two part product, that comes with a textured roller, and a brush for the tight spots. It is a Canadian product called Hippo liner and only costs $40 or $50 Can for a p/u bed worth of the stuff. The tintable version is $10 more. I've used it a lot inside and out and the durability is incredible. I first learned of it when the cheapskates at my part time gig did the work truck and I shook my head thinking "what a waste of time and money". Turns out the stuff is amazing!

    http://coloradok5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=171358
     
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    I stand corrected. Sounds like fun. Gonna check it out...
     

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