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  • Rhino Lining My Deck?

    So Im thinking about Rhino Lining inside my deck to prevent rust/ wear & tear . Has anyone heard of this ? I think it's a great idea, obviously have to cover up the bolts etc...let me know what you guys think.

  • #2
    I have it in my truck bed. Pretty good stuff. Never heard of anyone using it on mower decks.

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    • #3
      I don't think it would hold up well, hard to recoat, and grass would stick, but maybe try it on an old mower like a 22" walk behind first. let us know what you do

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      • #4
        Well not rhino exactly..more like linex, I too have it in my truck. I think it will hold well and clean easy with the pressure washer . I will let you know

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        • #5
          We had a discussion on this a little while back on the forum. Check out this post

          a useful tip i use hope it helps

          and this blog entry

          How to keep wet grass from clogging your lawn mower.

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          • #6
            i love the product they use for rhino linings and it is trully indestructible but to put it on a lawn mower deck would be a major mistake.

            the deck surface must be clean and smooth with non stick properties which rhino lining does not posess.

            if you want to try something try tephlon.

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            • #7
              to put it on a lawn mower deck would be a major mistake.
              Since this came up a bunch of times, can you explain why this is a major mistake?
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              • #8
                Theres a spray they make that you can put on the insdie of a mower deck to keep grass from sticking to it but I would think it would have to be sprayed a couple times a week at least. Never used it just heard about it a week or so back. In my opinion, I wouldn't use the Rhino Liner because, should water become trapped behind it, it could rust out your deck faster, and if you hit a rock its bound to eventually tear a hole in the liner then you might have the issue of it peeling loose and the blade catching on it and making a sound like your mowers gonna rattle loose on ya. Thats just my opinion though.....

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                • #9
                  I'm gonna pass on this idea as some of you made really great points..if it's not broke then don't fix it kinda jazz I guess! That spray you guys are talking about is a dry film aerosol made by JD...called super lube aerosol. It's water resistant/ won't wash out / dust retardant. I actually have a friend that works with for a branch of 3M and he's sending me some samples.

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                  • #10
                    Interesting.

                    I tried Fluid Film... what a joke.

                    MoDeck works better, but must be applied more often.

                    I've given up and just scrape and spray with a hose now.

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                    • #11
                      Interesting.

                      I tried Fluid Film... what a joke.

                      MoDeck works better, but must be applied more often.

                      I've given up and just scrape and spray with a hose now.
                      Lol..word! As stated..it's just a sample, no more hard earned money on products that rant and rave on how well they work! Only until I see results. How nice was today in our area hedge? Wow I could have worked till midnight!

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