The Fish Feeder
Thinking of getting a project boat for the winter.Something like a 14ft.What's the best to repaint on the outside of an alun. boat.
Lots of guys have done duck boats and john boats with the rhino lining type stuff. Many manufacturers even sell boats that are either partially or completely done with it. The only down side I really hear of about it is how hot it can get in the summer. (But I would think a lighter color would help tremendously). And the paint they use on aluminum boats at the factory is a baked on enamel paint. Automotive paint will cover and look pretty good (not to mention the vast color selection) but tends to scratch much easier than the paint designed for a boat.How do you think the rino liner type stuff would work on the inside.And is there a alum. paint to diy the outside with.
I think the rhino liner needs to be applied to bare, roughed up metal...I bought a 14ft gruman,doesn't need painting on the outside just cleaned up and maybe try to touch up.I will replace the floors and change some things around.I'd thought again about the rino liner type stuff for the inside of the hull,under the floor line.Should you paint the inside hull before applying the liner stuff?And what would you paint the inside with.And for the trailer,new lights etc and what do you think of rustolum enamel for painting the trailer.What ever i paint the trailer with i'll have to probally brush paint it as i really can't spray paint in the garage.
It's a rubber type coating. As long as you cover everything and it adheres to the metal properly, I'd guess that it would... I don't know that I would depend on it to seal any major leaks though.Will the rhino liner actually seal the boat ?