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Old 08-17-2011, 12:17 PM   #1
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I'm a LINE-X dealer located in Texas. LINE-X has 20 or so coatings along with several specialty primers. Our products can be applied to virtually any surface.

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Black LINE-X XS-100 applied to a closet door.
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I'm a LINE-X dealer located in Texas. LINE-X has 20 or so coatings along with several specialty primers. Our products can be applied to virtually any surface.

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Black LINE-X XS-100 applied to a closet door.
Wow so Disco! lol
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Wow so Disco! lol
Know what you mean.... Actually, the purple is a very dark purple (for a theater room), but the camera flash makes it look like a light purple.
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My son wants to do his whole truck with line-x
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No problem...

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lol wow.

Does that make the driver more badass?
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lol wow.

Does that make the driver more badass?
I donno about the "badass", but it's less expensive than a quality paint job and a heck of a lot more durable.

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I'm guessing because the materials are less expensive

and that the level of prep isn't as much, since there is a texture in the coating, am I right?

Whats the longest a full coating job has been around? Curious how it holds up.
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It does have a texture, but we can vary the texture from rather light to extremely heavy. Typically on exterior vehicle applications, we apply a light texture. We have lots of products, but the bedliner product (XS-100) is polyurethane/polyurea hybrid. I don't know how long it will last, but I'm sure it will outlast the vehicle.

Here's a pic, perhaps you can get an idea of the light texture.
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Thats pretty sharp.
I think I'll use coal tar
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Thats pretty sharp.
I think I'll use coal tar
Coal tar, that will be lots of fun!

Pretty nice LINE-X color match, eh?


Commercial application: Gray LINE-X applied to prison cells in portable buildings used by the Border Patrol.









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How do you remove this stuff when it stats to fail?
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How do you remove this stuff when it stats to fail?
In this application, there's not much chance of a failure. However, the LINE-X coating was applied to FRP on walls and ceiling and on the wooden floor. If something does happen, it's repairable or rip out the FRP along with the coating and/or sand down the floor with a barrel sander.
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How do you remove this stuff when it stats to fail?
I bet you can touch it up fairly well since its textured. My question would be "how do you remove it if you dont want the texture anymore?"
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I bet you can touch it up fairly well since its textured. My question would be "how do you remove it if you dont want the texture anymore?"
Sand it down with 36 grit.
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That's awesome
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It's a PRISON CELL. I don't think there will be too much redecorating.
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We generally use 20,000 psi water jetting to remove it when it has failed. This is to remove what is stuck good. The other you can remove by hand if it's not prepped correctly or applied correctly which is done far too often in the business.
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