painting a rhino lining
need some advice or is it possibile to paint a rhino lining, can i prime and bc and cc this stuff after i pressure washed and dry, the lining is about 2 weeks old. thanks :confused:
I think you're best bet is to apply a good "adhesion promoter" and not primer. Also, if the paint is on top of the lining in a pickup bed it's going to fail pretty quick if the bed is used to carry almost anything.
Originally Posted by motomann883
I would probably treat the lining like a bumper cover by applying adhesion promoter to the surface and mixing flex additive with the clear.
Your in lucj the Collision shop i work for sprays Rhino Linings Brand Material. I was the sprayer for almost a year and Rhino sells a chemical almost like a single stage additive called UV resin and a hardner for it. You have to spray this within the liners window of 24 hours. What you do is mis up the basecoat off the mixing bank, then add the resin to there directions. It sprays exactly like singlestage but much stronger vapors. We charge a lot to do this cause its exspensive and out paint line is pricy. Out of my year of spraying liners i did only 1 f-350 and it was gold came out wicked nice. The one draw back from this stuff is over years of being in the sun it will fade. Hope this helped you out. I stopped spraying Rhinos and went back to body/paint work cause the high concentration of iso in the spraying process.