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Old March 4th, 2016, 10:12 PM
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Interior Liner, coating

Read a lot about various liners on market and this forum.
Seems many are placing for sound dampening or decreased heat transfer but less to protect metal and have not seen much on durability.

My rationale or order of importance would be:
1. protect metal from rusting in tub, footwells, etc.
2. durability
3. heat dissipation
4. sound dampening

I was considering Lizard skin (ceramic layer for heat then sound control layer), BUT this is #3, 4 on my list.
Line-X seems to fit my application but believe a dealer has to place at high temperature. Rather have this be my DIY project.

1. are liners RUST-resistant? I would think if prepped properly, sealed then water will not leak under liner.
2. what have you used with success to protect metal and for durability?
3. what liner would you recommend in my case?
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