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    Plasti Dip Trailer???

    So I have been reading a lot about the plasti dip crazy and a lot of people can't stop talking about the stuff. I bought a white Shore-Lander trailer for a few hundred bucks not long ago but it's white and everything else I own is black. Will the Plasti-Dip hold up as the ski is pulled in and out of the water all the time? Anyone try this yet?


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    i dont see why it wouldnt. wash the trailer then scuff it with some scotch brite and your good to go. hit it with a few lighter coats for good coverage. gL

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    Quote Originally Posted by gOt BoOsT View Post
    i dont see why it wouldnt. wash the trailer then scuff it with some scotch brite and your good to go. hit it with a few lighter coats for good coverage. gL
    Kinda what I figured. For the cost what could it hurt? Thanks.

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    Why would you want to go with a removable paint. If you're going to paint it black, go permanent paint. If you're going to use rattle cans, use Krylon or Rust O Lium.

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    Why not Por 15 it? You won't have to worry about it then!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gOt BoOsT View Post
    i dont see why it wouldnt. wash the trailer then scuff it with some scotch brite and your good to go. hit it with a few lighter coats for good coverage. gL
    Definitely don't do this if you're doing plasti-dip. Plasti-dip is like a rubber type covering that will most likely eventually wear off if you're using it on a trailer. If anything wax the ever livin dog piss outta your trailer then put that stuff on. If you're unhappy or it starts to peel....pull it up and lay it down again. OR paint it more permanently.

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    Re: Plasti Dip Trailer???

    rhino liner! might be a bit rough though

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    I used the spray on bed liner looks great even after a long season was put in the water over 100 times

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    I have used Rustoleum spray on bed liner with great success. The plasti dip is quickly dissolved with petroleum products so if you ever spill just a little bit of fuel on it it will come loose.....

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    Rustoleum hammered, used it 2 years ago and still looks like new, and that includes a few trips up north on dirt roads going to friends cottage

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