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[B]1. Product:

Vibration Reducing Box Coating...30+ gallons

This is not a truck bed liner, it is specifically designed for wood. Bed liner will not withstand box flex without cracking like this will. View the first and second videos to see. This will not completely stop the box from flexing, but it will help.



2. Specs:

Essentially, this stuff is practical and useful. It dries black. the 2 ways I have tested it are with a second skin spray gun, and with a foam paint brush. My preferred way is to use the spray gun, but a foam brush works well, too. 2 coatings of each. Mix it before using it!





3. Description/Condition:
umm...brand new?

1 gallon will do roughly a 5cu ft box inside and out
50-60 sq ft coverage



4. Price:
55/gallon shipped THE NEXT 10 GALLONS discount, gone! GONE.

30/half gal shipped NEXT (2) HALF GALLONs, discount gone!

230/5gal shipped 5 GAL BUCKET SOLD! discount over for this!


5. Pictures:

Demo: How durable, flex resistant, flexible, and repairable the box coating is. - YouTube

flexible box coating - YouTube





just tested with a foam brush tonight. this is the outcome:


my friend's box with the gun:



my personal box done with the gun:



some playing around I've done for different colors. contact me before doing this
















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I've gotten water on it. I discussed this with ant, and eventually, water would penetrate it, but not within minutes. I may test it this weekend.

Paintable, sure. the 3 different colors in the last picture, the one on the far right that's silver, thats a result of painting. the gray one is a result of mixing paint in.

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Can i put this the roof of my car?
its designed optimally for wood. I cant say that it would stick to metal even if I tested it, because that's not what it was designed for.


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Sell half a gallon?
May consider selling half gallons sometime soon...have a few half gallon containers, but would need to buy more before I could officially do that.

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So, It's designed to be put on the outside of the enclosure?
outside and/or inside. I have it on both for mine.
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OK here's the deal... my trunk leaks water... I want a coating i can use on my box's that will prevent the wood from getting damaged..

the leak isnt horrable.. just a little something to protect.. this kinda looks like roll on bedliner..
this is much different from a bed liner. Many people mistake it for a bedliner. In the video at the top, it shows the flexibility. A bedliner would never be able to do that.

I cannot guarentee that it would keep your box perfectly safe, but it is water resistent and most certainly would help keep the water off. If you wiped it off when there was water on it, it would be fine. If you let it sit in water, id say that's a bad thing.
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So is this purely for cosmetic appeal or does it offer something more? What would be the benefit of using this, say over, Fleckstone spray paints? Thanks.

Designed for cosmetics and durability, but since it an acrylic blend, it will reduce vibrations to some extent. NOT nearly as good as our Spectrum or Sludge noise coatings but it will help.
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It was designed to go on the box and be flexible to move with the box, but to reduce the overall movement of the box
can you explain that as it makes NO sense?
this makes perfect sense. Its COMMON sense! put this on the box....the box is less likely to flex. however,it has latex in it. it is flexible. for example...the cup I put it in...the cup does not bend as easily anymore...but when it does bend, the coating sticks on it.

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its designed optimally for wood. I cant say that it would stick to metal even if I tested it, because that's not what it was designed for

I put it in a friends xterra a few months ago because he loads his bike in and out a lot...it still looks brand new
So you put it over the paint in the bed and it stuck fine? So will it work as bedliner or not as that's what I'm looking for?
the paint in the bed of what? where are you reading this?!?
this is a box coating, not a bedliner. this is designed for wood. do not use it as a bedliner.

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Does this stuff dry hard? Like rhino liner.. or easy to peal off, kinda like the 3M Rubber coating?
no...I dont think there is a possible way to get it off...maybe sand it? but I could see a million things going wrong with that, too.
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My question is how far can this stuff go? Meaning......If I were to only get a 1/2 gallon how much area would that cover?
1 gallon will do roughly a 5cu ft box inside and out

I would say 2.5cuft
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1 gallon covers 50-60 sq ft. 1/2 gallon covers 25-30 sq ft

from there, just calculate panel size in your box
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What's shelf life on this stuff? ..... in whatever u ship it in?... does it dry out bad or what...and can i get a 40$ gallon still
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Interesting stuff. What's the texture like once it's dried? Is it super rough like bed-liner, or still rubbery feeling? Maybe something like the soft spongey material on playgrounds?
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