The coating in my auto tanner is coming off.What can i put on it to make the repair?I want it to be a nice job when its done and something that is going to last. thank you.
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mine is coming off to thay will redo it but at a charge.
i would think that thay should fix for free if thay dont hold up but [not] call them
I sand blasted mine, then primed it with EVERCOAT CAtaliyzed epoxie primer, then use a Industrial grade Enamel on it looks good as new. I also have replaced the manifold and gage a couple times, but I figure its just regual maintnece. john c
I am happy to say I don't have an auto tanner! any longer, seems like people are less happy every day, However I have heard of people having it done from The Truck liner people. Rhino liner.
I will keep mine, I think they have a place in some shops, of course thats why the NTA debate is going on too. aaahhhhaaaa. I have done everything fur wise in this and even rugs are fine. Aluminum Sulphate is one of the oldest tans around, I di it years before tha auto-tanner came along. Many tanneries did too. John C
EASTWOOD has a powder coating system that can be done at home, as long as it will fit in a electric oven and can be baked at 300 degrees f. It could be an Idea. JOhn C
hade mine less than 1 month epoxey started to flake off Icalled steve at taxidermy arts supply told me to finish out my season then ship it back at his cost and he would fix it for free he was extreamly helpful also reminded me that the have a 2 year warenty .the tanner works great no complaints from this end