Rhino or Linex

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All of the professionally applied products are tough enough to stand up to use in a cleaning truck. Rhino is slick, and ice-slick when wet, and anything not tied down will slide around. Regular Line-X is like sandpaper comparatively, but that grip keeps it from being slippy. The Line-X guys have come up with Line-X Pro, a product that is about halfway between rough Line-X and RhinoLiner.


Good luck with that. We found the Dupli-products to be less durable than regular paint. We had good luck with Herculiner, until about the five-year mark when it starts to break down and peel.
 
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All of the professionally applied products are tough enough to stand up to use in a cleaning truck. Rhino is slick, and ice-slick when wet, and anything not tied down will slide around. Regular Line-X is like sandpaper comparatively, but that grip keeps it from being slippy. The Line-X guys have come up with Line-X Pro, a product that is about halfway between rough Line-X and RhinoLiner.



Good luck with that. We found the Dupli-products to be less durable than regular paint. We had good luck with Herculiner, until about the five-year mark when it starts to break down and peel.
I agree that it dosent seem that durable, I'm hoping it needs to cure some more.
 

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