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View Poll Results: What's your slider finish?
rattle can 31 30.10%
powder coat 12 11.65%
bed liner finish 31 30.10%
I don't have sliders but I want some 27 26.21%
What's a slider? 2 1.94%
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Old 06-05-2013, 09:34 AM   #41
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Most of my stuff (rack, bumpers, wheels, sliders, etc) is Rustoleum Satin. I use the spray, although I will get a small can of brush when I touch up my rack. I'm not sure what differences there are when it comes to appearance.
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Most of my stuff (rack, bumpers, wheels, sliders, etc) is Rustoleum Satin. I use the spray, although I will get a small can of brush when I touch up my rack. I'm not sure what differences there are when it comes to appearance.
But performance wise are they both the same?
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But performance wise are they both the same?
Yeah I'm not sure about any differences since I haven't used the brush-on yet. I've used rustoleum gloss black brush-on with fencing before, and it seemed thicker than a spray would be, but I cannot answer your question for sure.
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I used the rustoleum spray on bedliner stuff for my front bumper and sliders. Decent grip and easy to touch up. Bought it at Autozone.

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http://www.rustoleum.com/CBGProduct.asp?pid=367
hands down the best option for sliders it's easy to touch up and has a nice grip and looks awesome! i just painted my new frame with it. Just be careful it sprays fast and it will run if you don't keep up with it. I like to do a few tack coats first don't lay it on all in one coat you will be sorry.



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Rustoleum bed liner is tough, takes little to no prep, and is easy to touch up. It kind of forms itself back in with the rest of the bed liner when touching up, or at least that's from my experience on other parts.
im doing the same thing with my sliders. i already sprayed most of my brush guard with the rustoleum spray liner, and its awesome.
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im doing the same thing with my sliders. i already sprayed most of my brush guard with the rustoleum spray liner, and its awesome.
I have it on my sliders and it holds up well. The only time it comes of is when it actually scrapes across rocks.

I use them as steps into the truck and into the bed as well and they hold up great to that.
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ended up using rustoliem brush on on the sliders, the spray where it attached to the frame, and then spraying the top with rustoliem bedliner for grip..... Seems pretty study and easy to touch up!
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