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Question about deck paints????

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jmhusby
I know most are still dealing with snowblowers yet, unfortunately we are getting about an inch if we get any, but I want to get something for the deck on my Prestige, its new. Did a search for deck paints and only came up with Hotrods Line-X plus someone mentioned Por-15. There were several posts on the subject last Summer on the various boards and one gentleman mentioned a special paint he uses with good results and it was over $30 a quart. Unfortunately I don't remember which board and I took good notes but my notes got lost in the shuffle. My search techiques aren't the greatestXX(XX(

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hotrodtractor
love my linex.. but have to strip deck to do it. I would do it again. Rustoleum hammered is good but not sure it would hold up. On the underside not much can survive. I would like to try to do a stainless steel liner or plastic mold...but that's high dollar talk

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RedbarnRick
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Originally posted by hotrodtractor
love my linex.. but have to strip deck to do it. I would do it again. Rustoleum hammered is good but not sure it would hold up. On the underside not much can survive. I would like to try to do a stainless steel liner or plastic mold...but that's high dollar talk
Why do you have to strip the deck? Don't truck bed liners get sprayed over paint on new trucks?

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xxsponkyxx
I have restored a few cars and used Por15 on the chassis. Its a very tough , hard setting paint and holds up extremely well.Brushed on it levels nicely. Once opened you will need to keep it in the fridge. Love the stuff.

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