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    Brush on bedliner type stuff?

    Reading a thread over on RR, the builder (Dez, Chevy/Ranger) has sprayed the inside not the cab with Cobra bedliner, it looks great and would be ideal for me as even with new seals all round the Moggy still leaks so I don't want to fit carpets. However, I don't have access to spraying gear and it's gonna be quite messy so is there something I could brush on that's tough and durable? Many thanks.

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    raptor but its a 2k product and spray on
    at least dick turpin had the decency to wear a mask!

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    Aerosol Shutz? Or Stonechip? Pick one thats overpaintable as that will dry non tacky

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    https://youtu.be/NWFIwJUSo6c

    They test a few on here

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    had you thought about 2k epoxy primer? you can apply it with a brush or roller and it's nice and thick. and it's waterproof.
    neil.
    need a job done on your project? i may be able to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post
    had you thought about 2k epoxy primer? you can apply it with a brush or roller and it's nice and thick. and it's waterproof.
    neil.
    Mmm, liking the sound of that Neil, will look into it, thanks

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    50 shades of grey primer....

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    You can brush Raptor on. Even though the instructions say spray i have tested it for brushing suitability in several thicknesses (from approx 125micron up to 1500 micron) and it works fine. At the heavier thickness it retains a slight "rubberised" status but doesnt exhibit cracking over time.
    I am a qualified coatings inspector with the institute of corrosion, so i do all kinds of trials on coatings in a variety of thicknesses to see how they perform over long periods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldtech View Post
    You can brush Raptor on. Even though the instructions say spray i have tested it for brushing suitability in several thicknesses (from approx 125micron up to 1500 micron) and it works fine. At the heavier thickness it retains a slight "rubberised" status but doesnt exhibit cracking over time.
    I am a qualified coatings inspector with the institute of corrosion, so i do all kinds of trials on coatings in a variety of thicknesses to see how they perform over long periods.
    Ah, now that's very interesting, thank you. I know it's a difficult one but could you put the micron thickness into layman's terms please, ie, would I have to try REALLY hard to get a 1500 micron coating on in one go with a brush?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattblack View Post
    That's a good possible too, thanks.

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