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Spray on liner in rattle cans

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by wayne, Apr 3, 2001.

  1. wayne

    wayne 3/4 ton status

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    Anyone ever use the spray on liner that is in the rattle cans? Is it any good or is it just glorified undercoating.

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    Stay away from that crap it will peel, and a can does't go far.
     
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    I used it to do my wheel wells. It is slick unlike most of the others. It took one can per wheel well. I got the dupli-color. they also sell it in a gallon. To do the bed I would use the roll on and use the spray on for corners and touch up.

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    Check out the stuff called corroless. It doesn't seem as cheesy at that rubber crap. It goes on with a brush and then you buy some of there normal chassis black in a spray can to make it look right.

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    i have used the rubberized undercoating, but never the liner. Who make it???


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    I used it on my wheel well's worked pretty good...It hasn't peeled or faded..It doesn't go very far though!

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    I used it to line the drawers of my toolbox when I refurbed it, and it works really well for that purpose. It needs ALOT of careful prep work in order to get it to stick well, the first drawer I sprayed (followed instructions on can to the letter) had 2 or 3 spots that bubbled. I took to the rest with a Scotchbrite on the grinder and primed them and it laid down fine.

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