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smoothing out really rough ledges with paint?

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    smoothing out really rough ledges with paint?

    instead of rub bricking this ledge for a couple days i thought i'd try painting it.
    this pretty much says it all: http://www.ehow.com/how_5925779_resu...ber-paint.html

    i'd just like to know if some be-maggot has any personal experience?

    #2
    You don't want rubber paint, you want zone marking paint. It's durable as hell, and you usually don't even need wax because it reduces friction so well.





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      #3
      Originally posted by fast eddie View Post
      You don't want rubber paint, you want zone marking paint. It's durable as hell, and you usually don't even need wax because it reduces friction so well.





      I bet this paint is expensive.
      This board is DEAD.

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        #4
        $21-$30 per gallon isn't too bad.

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          #5
          I doubt 'Zone Marking Paint' comes in clear.


          Couldn't there just be some sort of thick lacquer?

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            #6
            Clear coat for concrete, the good stuff that is durable, costs $80+ per gallon.
            Last edited by fast eddie; 25.10.2011, 15:50.

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              #7
              I use wax...

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