Re: OT: Non-stick paint
On 26 Sep 2005 02:11:14 -0700, "Dave P" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Rule of Tim says someone's got to know...
>I have a ride-on mower which keeps getting clogged up with grass mulch
>because the underneath surface of the deck is rusty and rough. When I
>finally get it clean, I want to paint it with something that will stop
>the grass sticking so much. I'm looking for a paint which is a)
>non-stick as far as possible, and b) tough as old boots, as the sticks,
>stones and general crap that the blades kick up have removed most of
>the original paint - hence the rust. I'm not a big fan of hammerite,
>but that might do it. I would be happy to repaint it say once a year.
>Anyone any ideas?
Can't help, but it puts me in mind of an old mate of my Dad's, who was
a painter and decorator in a factory in the day's when factories had
their own such. A colleague came to him and said he'd glossed all his
woodwork at home - after a week still hadn't dried. What could he do?
"Stop stealing my f**king paint" was the answer...
'58 Series 2 88" aka "Stig"
'03 Volvo V70