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    Default Zero Rust and Bedliner

    Had a chance to use some Zero Rust last year and was impressed with the job done. Albeit, it was on a refurb on a mower deck. Curious if anyone has used it and a bedliner (Raptor) on top of it. Was thinking of doing that on some rusty floors to help keep the noise down along with some surface rust. Thanks in advance. Hope your are feeling better Len.

    dlm ny country

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlmrun2002 View Post
    Had a chance to use some Zero Rust last year and was impressed with the job done. Albeit, it was on a refurb on a mower deck. Curious if anyone has used it and a bedliner (Raptor) on top of it. Was thinking of doing that on some rusty floors to help keep the noise down along with some surface rust. Thanks in advance. Hope your are feeling better Len.

    dlm ny country
    Depending on the temperature it can take some time for the ZR to cure and you want it real dry before coating it with anything.
    As far as my health goes I'm now aware of how long it's going to take before I'm back to normal. Keep an eye on your blood pressure.


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