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Old 02-12-2013, 08:56 AM   #1
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How would this work on an Airstream?

Looks like a real work saver.

No more leaks.

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Old 02-12-2013, 10:03 AM   #2
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It is the joints that leak on the AS, not the metal itself. So if this stuff would seal the joints it might be useful. But it seems to be a surface coating, not a joint seal.

No mention of how long it lasts or how the color of the surface is changed.

Still, an interesting product.
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That looks like great stuff Ken.

Imagine, never having to wash a vehicle again.

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Old 02-12-2013, 10:24 AM   #4
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It is the joints that leak on the AS, not the metal itself. So if this stuff would seal the joints it might be useful. But it seems to be a surface coating, not a joint seal.

No mention of how long it lasts or how the color of the surface is changed.

Still, an interesting product.
Just to put my post in perspective: It was tongue in cheek. There are several reasons why this would be less than ideal. The primary one is that it dries a translucent white. The next is it would be be very expensive. I just thought it was an very interesting product. I am thinking of coating our toilet rim, so I will stop getting complaints of spotting due to ineffective targeting. The spots that end up on the floor, I blame on the cat.

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I wonder if it has silicone in it. Sal
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:47 AM   #6
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I am thinking of coating our toilet rim, so I will stop getting complaints of spotting due to ineffective targeting. The spots that end up on the floor, I blame on the cat.

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LOL, poor kitty. But he/she will find a way to get even with you, I am sure you understand.
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LOL, poor kitty. But he/she will find a way to get even with you, I am sure you understand.
Don't feel sorry for the cat, my wife doesn't believe my BS anymore than anyone else does.

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Not just the toilet rim Ken. Imagine never having to wipe down the shower stall or clean the sink? This stuff should be marketed in a spray can.

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Not just the toilet rim Ken. Imagine never having to wipe down the shower stall or clean the sink? This stuff should be marketed in a spray can.

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I love the shot in the video where the water is basically free standing on the painted slab. Maybe you could have an above ground pool with no wall. Can you imagine pulling into the campsite and just spraying a circle of this stuff on the ground and then filling the circle with water.

Maybe that's expecting too much of it. Although I'm sure a bird bath would be possible.

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I want some if only to just play with!
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Old 02-12-2013, 03:38 PM   #11
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Well, a quart can of the bottom coating and a quart can of the top coating will only set you back $149.

If you want an ample supply, a 55 gal drum of top coating and a 55 gal drum of bottom coating will only coat you $26,660.47.

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Looks like AIRSTREAM pricing to me.

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Works great on underwear too! Never have to wash it again...
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Old 02-12-2013, 09:59 PM   #14
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Works great on underwear too! Never have to wash it again...
Yeah, but all that stuff that runs off the underwear will just end up in your socks. Then you'll have to coat your shoes and socks. The stuff will then end up on the ground. You'll slip in it and break the very butt you were trying to protect in the first place.


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