Anybody ever try light colored Rhino Liner on the inside of an Alum boat? I was thinking that I would pressure wash the hell out of it, dry and apply. I don't recall seeing anything like this, so any input would be appreciated.
I've been thinking about an aluminum utility vee
and was thinking about how to cut the tin noise.
Spray on liner would add a better non-skid surface to the interior
and help silence the noises made by waves against the hull.
So I've been doing a little research...
I had seen one of the websites, but I have not met anyone who has tried it yet. I think I am going to do it. I don't think the inside of my boat could look much worse if it fails? I am thinking this would cut down on some of the slow seeping I get as well as being non skid and sound deadening. I have too many pots in the fire at the moment, but I will post pics when I get around to it.
Don't roll it on, get it sprayed. I've used the roll on rhino liner on a friends jeep and also used the roll on bedliner on my last boat for rub rails. Problem is that the roll on stuff is made very thin compared to the spray on. You would have to do like 6-8 coats to get the same thickness because when you have it sprayed they use a bigger rubber medium. Rolling it on will work well for a non-skid surface after 2 or 3 coats, but if you want to deaden noise a bit you will need the thicker rubber pieces from the spray process.
I've had several friends get there trucks done by the pro's and the rhino liner is a good product. However Line-x is much nicer IMHO, especially when you get the UV package.