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The Northern Virginia Sports Car Club Message Board › Need opinions on rhino lining

Need opinions on rhino lining

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William D.
Clive, IA
Post #: 17
Grayed sections on hood, grill, and top of fenders is what I am thinking about rhino lining any opinions?
user 60971162
Fairfax, VA
Post #: 4
Rhino lining is a good idea however, keeping it clean is a tough task! All the pores in the lining collect dust and dirt and takes away from the clean look! But if you are an offroader this is a good protection. The other draw back of Rhino lining is it is not cheap!
user 61116582
Gainesville, VA
Post #: 2
Matte/ flat black it or use plasti dip (very durable) That way if you don't like it, you can peel it right off
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