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#11385548 - 02/02/16 06:31 AM Trailer painting recommendation
lemonsdave Offline
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Registered: 12/13/06
Posts: 17
Loc: Rowlett texas
Looking for recommendation on having boat trailer painted. I live in Rowlett but can travel. I am looking for recommendations on not only painting but also experience or recommendations with Rhino type trailer coatings.
One location in Dallas was asking $1200 for sand blasting, two primer coats, and one coat of chip resistant paint.
I am leaning on the Rhino liner type surfacing because it seems the constant road rash that starts the first day.
Have heard some say it does not adhere well however. ( Rhino liner type )

Any experience, recommendations , suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks kindly.
Trailer is for a 20.9 inch Stratos bass boat if that has any relevance.

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#11385615 - 02/02/16 07:20 AM Re: Trailer painting recommendation [Re: lemonsdave]
ChuChu1 Offline
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Registered: 03/08/10
Posts: 2845
Loc: Gonzales, Tx
I would take it to a Rhino type coating store and see what they recommend.
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#11398219 - 02/07/16 01:02 PM Re: Trailer painting recommendation [Re: lemonsdave]
JkWho Offline
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Registered: 04/27/15
Posts: 308
Loc: Mid Cities
The key to adherence for any type of lining is simply the prep work done before you apply the material. If you take the time to do the prep work well you will get a good product that lasts a long time. Most complaints about type of coating will lead back to a skipped or rushed step in the prep process

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