Great question, Mac! Yes, Rust-Oleum Automotive Truck Bed Coating Spray can be painted over once dry. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3
I purchased this to repair some spots on my truck bed that had been dissolved by gasoline and diesel spills. I cleaned and sanded the spots Then washed again and sprayed 4 coats over the area. The area that was not sanded coved the diesel spills and did not peel. I would think That as long as you cleaned any spots it would hold up fine. It is a petroleum based product but if it should Peel you could respray it
Yes use it on anything. No prevention, if rust is already present. Yes And no because it potentially traps moisture.
No not for a chrome bumper it is a black truck bed liner spray it dries to a hard rubber tough surface not smooth like a chrome bumper
Yes it could be sprayed on plywood. Please understand it is designed to spray on a steel surface of a Steel or aluminum truck bed surface. It dries to a hard rubber rough flat colored surface. Over time it would probably peel off the wood. It would cause the ply wood to not float it you were planning on using it on a boat
Yes it would cover plastic very well. I would not use it if you are trying to patch large cracks in the 4 wheeler. It could help “seal” small cracks. It will dry black with a hard rubberish surface and Dries to a flat matte finish. Do not paint over it when you use it. Paining it will soften the rubber and in will not adhere to the plastic. It will look just like a spray on truck bed liner once it dries.
Yes it dries to a hard rough to the touch feel. It is a true truck bed liner spray. It will dry to a hard “rough rubber” and look just like any truck bed liner. It is solvent resistant. Gasoline over time will soften the product and cause it to peel. You will have to patch spots that peel. I have had to do that a few times. It you have truck bed-liner already it is perfect for patching an existing spray In bed liner. I have patched mine and even resprayed my entire Bed liner with the full kit.
It will depend on how many coats you apply. Since you are in a wet climate I would recommend you purchase the rust-oleum spray in bed liner kit from home-depot about 125.00 dollars. Follow all recommendations before application. The more coats you apply the longer it will last. When you are finished it will look like any spray on truck bed liner. The small spray cans work well to patch any peels or major scraps. I have a Ford F-150 with factory spray that over time looked bad I resprayed my with 2 coats and after 2 years of rough Texas farm each work it has held up well I have patch it a few times after a few big dump loads. Make sure you applications are done on a nice warm dry day. It will dry to the touch I about 2 hours but allow 24 hours for good adhesion. If you apply it in doors wear proper mask and do so in a well vented area think exhaust fans at auto body shops. Personally I would apply outdoors. Be carful to watch for other vehicles or houses it floats and drifts and once it adhere to anything it is there to stay. Plants trees and foliage alike. Hawaii is beautiful so use with caution to not hurt plants in your beautiful State.
I would not use it in the cab of any vehicle. I would check with the Manufacture but it does contain some lead. I would think it could be a major health risk. It also dries to a hard rubber like surface it would be hard to clean. It will look like a factory spray in bed liner Or one sprayed in by a after market vendor. It would be impossible To spray in in the Bed of you truck without it getting all over the inside of your truck. The fumes are highly toxic and it it very flammable. I believe it would be dangerous to use inside the cab.
I not sure how to answer this. Personally I do not believe it would deaden sound. It would be pend on what’s you were using it to deaden the sound. It is designed to be used as a truck bed liner that is the main purpose