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Old 04-11-2010, 10:43 AM   #41
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I saw "rubber granules" mentioned above in conjunction with bedliner urethane. I have used a product exactly like this to recoat the tonneau cover on my Tundra and the rubber granules add "LOTS" of texture to the urethane coating. Correction, "LOTS AND LOTS" of texture. It was good for the tonneau cover as it hides some inperfections in the surface, but would not be something you would want for a shower. Shoot it without the granules and you'll be a lot happier. I shot mine using an undercoating gun and the results were good. As for white spray bedliner, the urethane coating components make it almost impossible to get white, but you can do as I did (and as directed by the urethane supplier) with my bedliner, shoot the lightest color liner they have then shoot or roll on a good urethane boat paint like Awlgrip for the white finish coat. Works great.
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Old 04-14-2010, 02:59 PM   #42
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Rhino, Durabak maybe

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Hi stonyfork; Sorry that I have dropped the continuation of info on my bathroom remodel. I guess I was just too happy to be camping a lot last year. In the end I have rolled on white Durabak in two coats. Stuff is awesome and easy to clean according to my wife. No cracks or separations at any panel joints. The Rhino Liner dealer wanted a lot of money to spray it on. This is why I have gone with Duraback. 3/16 nap synthetic wool tight nap is a must for smoother application. Have two rollers ready because you will not clean up the used roller. Good luck. "Boatdoc"
I'll be looking into the Durabak. Still trying to determine what I want to do. I know the entire backshelf has to come out and the sink needs to be larger, maybe a vessel sink on a tall narrow cabinet/base with maybe a low shelf extending along the back wall to meet the corner behind the toilet. I'm planning to keep the tub, but modifying it some and that is where the Rhino or Durabak, or showercork will come in to play. I want to keep the weight as low as possible, since it is the back wall in a 70's rear bath model (Sovereign)
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