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How can I bring back the shine to the Rhinoline?

My Rhinoliner is oxidizing in the sun. I've thought about putting armour-all on it but that might be too slick. Anyboby found something that solves this problem. Thanks.
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Re: How can I bring back the shine to the Rhinoline?

I don't have any ideas on what to put on it. Armorall doesn't sound like a good idea. What'd you pay for them to Rhinoline your tub?
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Re: How can I bring back the shine to the Rhinoline?

Wax on, wax off my son.[img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] Larry what kind of gay question is that?[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
(sounds like a JU kinda thing) J/K
I'm not sure I've ever heard of a good fix..............but you might try this.
I bet if you spraypaint it with a good flat or semi-gloss it would do the trick. I do know that it works as I have done it for years on tires. You can detail old ratty tires with a rattlecan and make them look like new that way. And best of all it's way more durable than you would think. I bet you didn't see any raised white letters on mine at attica did you? I bombed them. As soon as I got them. Even after the run and all the rocks I ground the sides with all they needed was a touch up when I got home.
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Re: How can I bring back the shine to the Rhinoline?

I think with herculiner and such that you are supposed to clearcoat them to keep them from fading.
I imagine you could do what dirt dog said..and it would work fine
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Re: How can I bring back the shine to the Rhinoline?

I bet they don't paint their tires on JU, I heard only rednecks do that. I payed $175 about 2-3 year ago to Rhinoliner the inside of the tub. The place is closed now. LOL. Guess they didn't make enough money.
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Re: How can I bring back the shine to the Rhinoline?

Wow, $175?! I talked to a Rhino rep that came into my work the other day. He quoted me $600 or so. But he said it's lifetime warrantied. Still a bit rich for my blood!! Maybe if my Herculiner ever peels completly up, then I'd go for it.
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