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Old 01-11-2004, 11:26 PM
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Is there a specific manufacturer that makes the equipment and who would that be.

Macklin, when you say your brother sprays the decks, is it a clear or is he spraying the same type of material that is in the truck beds?
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Old 01-17-2004, 09:43 AM
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Ron, my brother sprays the same material that is used in truck beds. They now make different colors and even have a tan that most people opt for that is cooler on the feet. They only had black and grey when he did my deck which gets very hot. I keep it covered with outdoor carpet, which works very nice.

Yesterday, he told me has was going to check out a yacht. The guy wants his wheel house floor spayed.
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any of you guys ever hear of Hammerhead (Ocean-Spray) liners? it is avaliable in clear and it is a cold spray process. just saw it the other day on a website.
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Dave,

Never heard of them. The market has grown A LOT in the last few years. The amount of start up companies are too many to keep up with anymore.

I used to be able to name every company, where their corporate office was, and when they started up.

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So enough of this complicated info.

I drive to you, what can you spray it in for?
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So enough of this complicated info.

I drive to you, what can you spray it in for?
LOL...I can easily make you a real good deal Tommy, but the drive would more than offset the cost of having it done locally. Other then getting to see me pretty face I can't think of another reason to make the drive.

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But I would be getting a good deal!
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