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Rhino Liner on hull for use as barrier coat?

anyone use Rhino liner on the hull for a barrier coat?

any problems with Rhino liner for use on marine environments?
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now that is something i didn't think of! from what i know of the stuff should work but i have not tried it, i know it works on the front of a Truck to help with rock chips.


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Neat idea .. but isn't that stuff rougher than 40 grit sandpaper ??
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I gptta think thats a really bad idea
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Neat idea .. but isn't that stuff rougher than 40 grit sandpaper ??
It should provide an amazing surface for all manner of critters and algae to attach and grow quite rapidly....
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It should provide an amazing surface for all manner of critters and algae to attach and grow quite rapidly....
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It is an epoxy, and if you were able to get it smooth...? It would be interesting to see what the manufacturer said? I think it wouldn't out weigh using whats already on the market for boats; Interlux or Pettit barrier coatings.

Applying it to a metal or wood hull though...Ummm? - Rhino Linings Industrial
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It is an epoxy, and if you were able to get it smooth...?
No, it can't be smoothed. Like Hercules linings, they are tough as nails. They are great for truck lining, non-skid on wood and concrete or on the deck of the boat.
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All the work is in the prep regardless. Why not use Interlux 2000?
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