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boxcustom 5th October 2007 02:51 AM

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I am looking for an alternative method of covering my sub enclosures. I have been using Ozite material. I am ready for a change. I contacted the local Bedliner companies. They want $100 to cover a 35x14x16 inch enclosure. I don't sell the enclosure for that much. I would like to try a textured paint product. I have searched the web and found these products in the UK and elsewhere. I really to not want to pay more than $50 a gallon for some of the special products available. I am going to experiment with acrylic paint and sand. Does anyone have any advice? I have made over 1000 enclosures in the last 20 years. I am ready for a change. Thanks!

spdkls 5th October 2007 03:10 PM

you can buy your own rhinoliner. it comes in a gallon can and roller, and its not a $100. the other alternative is getting krylon wrinkle paint and spray it on really thick to give a wrinkle finish.

http://www.herculiner.com/index.html

http://www.metropartsmarket.com/craf...ylon-c9s7.html

dangus 6th October 2007 11:41 PM

It might be worth looking at floor paints. There's probably some with texturing (for traction), and they've gotta be tough. Wrinkle finish paint needs some care to get the right thickness, or it won't wrinkle.

Have you polled your customers to find what finishes they prefer?

Clipped 7th October 2007 05:25 AM

check out three bond undercoating...and spray with laquer for that extra bling.


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