Rick Hall wrote:I'm guessing the softer ones are Carrylites, which are notorious for slipping paint and would think a something like bed liner would be better than most more common paint primers.
The name sound familiar... Its either that, or G&Hs (was looking at the names last night as I cleaned them) I tried putting down some self etching primer that I was using for our boat/motor... this morning it held on pretty well with behind and pounding with my fist.
I was thinking about the bedliner, but I'm kind of curious if this the way to go with "flexible" things. I have used the roll on bedliner before, once it dries, it has almost no flex to it.. I could see it dry and then cracking when you press on it, where as spray paint is slightly more elastic. I have heard of people painting ATV fenders with Krylon Fusion with much success and those have flex to them.