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  • DeputyChiefGonzo
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    Originally Posted by johnny46
    I sprayed it on the bottoms of my feet and now I don't have to wear shoes.
    Originally posted by ChiefKN View Post
    Yea right.

    You expect us to believe you wore shoes before?
    Damn it all to hell, Ken... I have to clean off my desk and monitor again....

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  • ChiefKN
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    Originally posted by johnny46 View Post
    I sprayed it on the bottoms of my feet and now I don't have to wear shoes.
    Yea right.

    You expect us to believe you wore shoes before?

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  • snowball
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    Originally posted by johnny46 View Post
    I sprayed it on the bottoms of my feet and now I don't have to wear shoes.
    You could earn extra money as a firewalker, or a volcanologist.

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  • johnny46
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    I sprayed it on the bottoms of my feet and now I don't have to wear shoes.

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  • ChiefKN
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    We coated the floor of our lockers with the stuff.

    Different application, but no rust and it really holds up.

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  • Catch22
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    We had a couple of pikes and a couple of axes done at one time just to see how it worked out. Until you do something to break the coating off, it works great.

    While it should go without being said, DO NOT try to use it with bare hands after coating it.

    A lot of auto parts stores have a bedliner in a can that you can try that might be a bit cheaper and give you an idea of how it's going to work for you.

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  • slackjawedyokel
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    Had good luck with herculiner on a pinch point bar (steel) I would think it would also bond to fiberglass

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  • RoaddoggAK
    started a topic Line-X

    Line-X

    Has anybody ever used one of the spray on bedliner products to coat a pike pole? We've got the round fiberglass ones and currently have hockey tape wrapped around the handles, but are looking for a better way. The thought of Line-X came to mind, and from the looks of their website, it looks like they could spray it.

    I was just wondering if anybody has tried it before?

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