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Old 08-25-2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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Rhino lining

Anyone have any thoughts on rhino lining seams from inside when doing a restoration? I was thinking that stuff would probably work great to seal seams. Just curious.
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Hmmmmmmm.....

Interesting thought...on seams or all over?
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Just how flexible is it? Seems like everyone has a flexible sealant like this
Rust-Oleum 265494 12-Ounce Leak Seal Flexible Rubber Sealant, Black - Amazon.com
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Just how flexible is it? Seems like everyone has a flexible sealant like this
Rust-Oleum 265494 12-Ounce Leak Seal Flexible Rubber Sealant, Black - Amazon.com
No experience with it but wondered the same thing....know it's tough, but how flexable?


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You know if you can float on a screen door sprayed with this stuff I'd think it would do a great job on the interior seams. They claim these remain flexible due to the rubber nature of the product. We've thought about using "flex seal" on interior seams as well...

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Old 08-29-2013, 08:28 PM   #6
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Flex seal cost too much and you are not able to use half of the can before it seals itself and no longer useable. Rhino liner is not flexible a enough (it will delaminate. Undercoat may work but just the difficulty of removing it would make me question my sanity. Let us know if it works. As for us Tempro it is.
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We use this in the beds of our service trucks. Not as flexible as you would think in a hard attach point. Example: a 2001 pickup that had Rhino Lining with a detachable spray rig it took years to develop cracks, gouging. 2013 truck with Rhino Lining, 4 months developed gouging/cracks at hard attach points. Same installer, and warranty is being used now. From personal experience. Either they changed the formula or our local installer did. I am now not depending on after warranty, going to use our installer to coat our hard attach point bed inserts with the same lining. From what I see, the formula has changed from previous applications.
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Keep in mind if a product is made to be applied to the bottom of a vehicle it should probably not be used inside. I've used the Rust-Oleum product. It smells like tar and doesn't go on thick. Very thin application unless you do multiple coats.


I was told about this product. It's used to stereo applications. I think I'll try it because it kills sound and is made to be used on the inside of the vehicle. Lizard Skin.


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http://www.summitracing.com/parts/liz-50115/overview/
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This is all good stuff!
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Doooods. They use on roof,,,, waterproof!!!
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Folks,
Received following from Lizard Skin coatings..

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Thanks for your interest in LizardSkin, Where you can Spray your way to a Cooler, Quieter Ride.
LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation (CI) can be applied anywhere heat is a concern example firewall, ceiling, floorpan, under hood and inside doors. Being a spray on application you can completely encapsulate the entire interior and exterior areas like the floorpan of the vehicle, you can reach difficult areas that other products can't go. In your case applying to the exterior roof of the travel trailer is a great application. This will create a complete thermal barrier we can cool a vehicle by 30į. It also creates a seamless moisture barrier.
We do make LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation in White, Just ask for "CI" in White. You can get it here just call the main line and whoever answers can help you.
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If it is a ceramic it is not flexible by definition. It may have particles of ceramic in it but nearly all paints do since the pigments are based on metal oxides which are ceramics. When I hear the term ceramic, my snake oil detector goes off.

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If it is a ceramic it is not flexible by definition. It may have particles of ceramic in it but nearly all paints do since the pigments are based on metal oxides which are ceramics. When I hear the term ceramic, my snake oil detector goes off. Perry
Probably so, just sharing info as received. Same as "hoppin charades", I.e.; hoppin' shame..ER..hop and change
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