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    Theres another thread going now about never wet....while you do you vest and gloves....try it on the bottom of your hull too....

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    Trying it on my balls as well big boy lol

    Bottom of the hull. Brilliant idea from you! Love it

    The ideas are endless

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    before you by it from home depot, make sure you read the feedback from customers that actually used it. it dries to a white frosted finish. so your black ski will now be whiteish/grey. a customer posted pics of his black painted mailbox. they list frosted finish on the box. but use white shoes,shirt and floor tile in the demo's so you cant see the frost. slick bastards.

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    Whoa I'm gonna do some reviews now that I see that. That's fd up. Thanks for the advice and pics man. Figures it's too good to be true

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude596 View Post
    Whoa I'm gonna do some reviews now that I see that. That's fd up. Thanks for the advice and pics man. Figures it's too good to be true
    I am curious about durability of the coating. How long does it last before the effect starts to fail? Stable with exposure to sunlight, weather?

    Can the surface simply be recoated/resprayed, or must the old stuff be removed first?

    Can the stuff be removed, other than by sanding?

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    You bring up some very good points. I'm guessing over a certain time frame it wears away. What the time frame is who knows. I'm still reading on it. One thing is for sure it gives anything non white a frosted look

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamikazeGPR View Post
    before you by it from home depot, make sure you read the feedback from customers that actually used it. it dries to a white frosted finish. so your black ski will now be whiteish/grey. a customer posted pics of his black painted mailbox. they list frosted finish on the box. but use white shoes,shirt and floor tile in the demo's so you cant see the frost. slick bastards.

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    Yikes!

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