Rhinoliner, Herculiner, Line-x, Raptor - which is best?
I know this old horse has taken a beating. I see all kinds of threads on these, but couldn't find a 'which is best' answer. I want to line my tub (interior), and I want a roll on application. Which one is best? No need to reply with anything more than just the name unless you want to. I appreciate the input!
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The herculiner is more affordable and the only thing I don't like about it is it has a rough texture to it.It feels a little like very very course sand paper.The Rhinoliner and Line-X are spray in and not really a DIY job unless you have a good compressor and spray gun.They do seam to hold up a little better but are kind of pricey.The Raptor I am not sure about!
I did the out side interior is next i have a thread on here (rhino lined for first time) I think I bought a gallon and only used half of it so i got enough to do the interior after i replace the drivers floor pan
That day really I did first coat around noon and second coat around 3 and buy 7 or so I was Putting all the parts back on. (I put it out in the sun also helped plus it was 90 out also.) so if you did it first thing in the morning you should be able to drive it that night It dries faster than I thought and it's easy
Rhinoliner is to Herculiner as 1/4" plywood is to 1/16" veneer. Rhinoliner and Line-X are similar in that they must be sprayed on and are poly (polyurea and polyethelene) products. Herculiner is a paint with rubber particulates added to make its texture rougher and non-skid. Rhinoliner/Line-X/TurboLiner are much thicker tougher products that can only be applied at one of their shops. Herculiner is something you can paint on at home using a sprayer or roller.
Herculiner is fine for most everyone but aside from what it might appear at first glance, it is nothing like Rhinoliner/Line-X/TurboLiner which are all FAR thicker and tougher.
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