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Old 09-14-2016, 07:20 PM   #5993
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Terry, They look fine as is. Nice work!
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Old 09-14-2016, 07:38 PM   #5994
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I agree with Charles, look good the way they are.
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Mix the sand right in the paint, or if you are spraying, then sprinkle the sand down and spray right over it. We did a wood dock that way(mixing the sand in the paint) and it lasted for years and was non slip/ They make a nonslip additive for marine paint, I saw it yesterday at Lowe's in the marine paint section.
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Old 09-14-2016, 07:43 PM   #5995
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Thanks guys, Ron, I agree with Frank, we did that on a concrete walkway and it lasted quite awhile
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Thanks for the suggestions. I was hoping to spray the paint on, using the same paint I sourced to paint the shower pan. I will try the stick on strips I ordered from Amazon first, they are supposed to be clear. Will see how that works, then rest on my laurels or go to plan B.

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Old 09-14-2016, 10:21 PM   #5997
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As far as the gloves, if you have ever used POR15 and not used gloves, you will know why you use the gloves, that stuff stays on it seems like forever.
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I'm with Frank that stuff (POR15) has to wear off no amount of washing or hand cleaners will take it off . I do have more of those gloves .
My apologies guys. I didn't mean to offend, but rather tease. The real use for those gloves is what is creepy funny. Terry's use of the gloves is resourceful(as we all know he is).

I still have an Igloo Playmate lunch box that has bitumen splattered over it from 28 years ago. I use old work clothes when things get messy.

Fender flairs look good!

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Good Morning, Rich, no offence, that's the way it was taken we have been teasing each other about those gloves since I mentioned their intended use . Thanks on the flairs. According to tracking my new bumper will be here today, phew almost done.
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Spritz, I like your rubber strips. My question now is, where can I buy some of those?
Bought them at Harbor Freight. If I remember they are around 3-4 bucks. I used 6 bricks to weight them down and for a few hours.
Warning, after I installed them I read "Might be slippery when wet"
A --- that's what I bought them for, anti slip. So far I have found that not too be true.
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I took it the same way too, no offense. i was just trying to tell anyone using POR15 that hadn't used it before.
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Did you redo the inside of the bed?
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Frank, nope haven't touched the inside of the bed yet..........I hid it under the bedliner, . That's one of those jobs that I'll do when I can after the important stuff is done, plus I'm still trying to find patch panels for the floor of the bed.
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Good thinking, It is going to be time to get the outside of the Totr finished, isn't it, lol.
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Frank, I figured I'd save the Tot'r when It's 10* and the wind is blowing so I have something to do,
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Good Evening, Well the bumper was delivered and I installed it, one step closer. Will lay the pearl and clear on the tailgate sometime this weekend, right now it just has the base coat on it.
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Looks very good Terry!

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Lookin good Terry. Are you still planning on making a video of the color wet-sand and clear?

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