Originally Posted by Kahbrohn
1000+ pages that I can't read through so here goes my question...
HAF 922... anyone venture to paint the interior with rubberized paint (undercoaring)? If so, what results did you get?
I already know that:
1) It is pretty permanent... That's the idea in my case. Less chance for nick's and scratches.
2) It may leave a smell... but this is temporary.
3) It has a rough surface appearance to it and it is flat... that's the look I want.
I wouldn't recommend it. My personal experience with spray can undercoating is not very nice and it easily get all over everything really fast. Not only does it smell, its very sticky until it cures. And the smell is very petroleum to say the least .......Edited by ezveedub - 2/18/11 at 4:26pm