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"Rubberize" base of Propane tank(s)?
Has anyone used an automotive "undercoating" or rubberizing type of product on the base of your propane tanks to prevent rusting and accompanying stains on fiberglass? I've got two 10 pounders in the gas-locker for the galley range and stove and was thinking of putting a 20# on the stern to feed the BBq.
I was at autostore and they have a couple of products from "Dupli-color" to rubberize or undercoat the car. Label says they are rubber, shake can, apply etc etc...
I was thinking of putting 2-3 coats around the base/ring of my propane tanks to stop rusting and put a "soft" layer between the base of the tank and the deck.
I looked for a Rhino brand can but could not find it, might consider that brand based on the thickness I've seen in truck beds.
Thoughts, experience with this?
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Deale Md, to Caribbean Oct 2012-Aug 2013
Boat Type Irwin 43 Mk III Center Cockpit--Sold it
Boat Yr, 1989
Boat Length 43'
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