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Old 04-15-2013, 12:04 PM   #1
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Ever Dry... wow, just wow

I don't know if this would have an application in or on an RV... but I am tempted.... really tempted.

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Very interesting, but LOTS more application data needed - what's the difference or usage between the "TOP COAT", and "BOTTOM COAT"- and if used in applications, such as a boat bottom, how long before a new application is needed? And yeah, applied to a RV, sure might be neat stuff, as bug splatters and other stuff gets repelled...

Pretty pricey stuff, too...
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Some more info here:

Ultra Ever Dry 1 Quart Bottom Coat 4000 and 1 Quart Top Coat 4001 Translucnt Wht | eBay
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I can see using this on your awning. Imagine never have to roll up a wet awning again. Until they come up with a clear bottom coat I don't see using it on the RV skin.
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I could probably gain another 10 MPH if I treated my boat bottom with the stuff..
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I could probably gain another 10 MPH if I treated my boat bottom with the stuff..
He he he.... good idea!!

I agree with the others maybe keep an eye on this and have it applied when they have clear top and bottom coats.
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