Durabak will work for that. It is tough and it is attractive. I am going to put it on the "banana skin" on my 79 Sovereign
. It has rock scratches and dings in it and I want to cover it up. I am thinking of using black as a contrast color. I am also contemplating silver/gray durabak on the lower front panels of my unit as protection from rocks, debris and road grime. I do know that Durabak is about as tough as it gets and anyone can apply it. It's only $89 a gallon plus shipping which makes it an awesome deal. I just used elastomeric on my roof or i would have used Durabak there too. Just my two cents.
Originally Posted by EKBrace
Thanks for the reply. Sounds like Duraback might be just the ticket for protecting the A-frame from rock damage. If they have several different colors, it should be possible to match the color of the Airstream frame pretty closely. Can you give me any leads on where to get info on Duraback, as well as where I might buy some.