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Old 03-19-2013, 08:22 AM   #15
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hi john---if you go to the actual grizzly grip site, you'll see my photos in the testimonials section. if you choose to cover the same amount of space (thereabouts), you'll find that 2 coats only uses about half of the gallon container they sell. but---the good news is, it will still be more cost-efficient to buy the larger size than the smaller. plus, you might choose to also do the wheelwells. i was intending on that, but as we were imminently leaving to travel to the rally being held in kingston, ontario (last may)..i didn't do the wheelwells. and although i should have done them when we got home, i got busy with other things and never did do them.
make sure to purchase the roller he offers. i bought 2 but only needed 1. he also advocates using a product to pre-clean the fiberglass that i couldn't find anywhere (xylene) but when i called him (ed, the owner, is fabulously accommodating!!) he made the alternate suggestion of acetone.
good luck.
you'll be very pleased, i am certain.
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:32 AM   #16
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....he also advocates using a product to pre-clean the fiberglass that i couldn't find anywhere (xylene) but when i called him (ed, the owner, is fabulously accommodating!!) he made the alternate suggestion of acetone....
If using products such as xylene or acetone, take the time to read the product use descriptions and take all of the recommended safety precautions. These products are highly toxic.
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dave---you are correct about the toxicity, especially of xylene. that was exactly what i spoke about with ed (the owner). the acetone, well, frankly, i used such a very small amount (just enough to dampen a cloth lightly and give the area a light wipe-down) that i ended up just using nail polish remover. i figured that it would do the job and it did, quite nicely.
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Thanks Theresa, I saw your trailer.
I'm about to call and order enough to do a new deck I built off my back bedroom and enough to do the trailer.

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