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Rhino lining Deer blinds #3933617 01/09/13 05:21 PM
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I am thinking of offering bed liner for the exterior of my blinds instead of paint.. I can get 8 different colors, the main two would be black, dark green.. I normally charge $100 to paint the blind, was thinking of $300 to rhino line exterior.. So basically you would just be paying $200 more for something that would last a long,long time if not forever.. I value yalls opinions since yall are most of my business.. Thanks


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: Riddler72] #3933656 01/09/13 05:27 PM
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I had some friends who made metal blinds a few years ago look into doing this. They experimented with it but never did it.


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: stxranchman] #3934686 01/09/13 09:24 PM
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how thick would you put it on?



Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: preston629] #3934709 01/09/13 09:31 PM
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Ive got it on a horse trailer and surprisingly it stays cooler inside than my aluminum trailer


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: erniejs] #3935889 01/10/13 02:07 AM
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You should've tried it out on one of mine !! I woulda let ya !!


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: Ranch Dawg] #3935958 01/10/13 02:27 AM
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I self sprayed X treme liner on one I built. $300 isn't a bad price. Its expensive just to buy the product. Mine was 6x6 though.
I liked the result though. You can use thin plywood and the liner protects it.

Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: DEW] #3936154 01/10/13 03:12 AM
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Bout 1/16 thick.. To be honest it will cost me $216 to do a 4x6 so I won't be making that much. Just want to give my customers an option to make the blind more durable


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: Ranch Dawg] #3936158 01/10/13 03:13 AM
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It would of cost you $800 on that cabin u call a deer blind


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: Ranch Dawg] #3936316 01/10/13 03:54 AM
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Originally Posted By: Ranch Dawg
You should've tried it out on one of mine !! I woulda let ya !!


It would have cost you $800 on that cabin you call a blind..


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: Riddler72] #3936821 01/10/13 01:06 PM
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Hey Larry,
Great idea! Do the dark green on the new blind I'm gettin. I'll let u know when I need it.

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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: bigbroke12] #3937026 01/10/13 02:44 PM
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Sounds like a good idea. Would both seal and protect it, sounds like a win-win. Keep us updated.


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: TxAg] #3937725 01/10/13 05:46 PM
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I am sure you know this but make sure the stand is prepped well or it will peel off


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Re: Rhino lining Deer blinds [Re: kmon1] #3943276 01/12/13 04:05 AM
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You got it Carter. The rep was telling me that as long as it wasn't cabinet grade it would stick. But to be safe I should rough it up some. Thanks for info

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