Protectakoted kangoo

Discussion in 'Tutorials & DIY' started by Kennygggkent, Oct 21, 2014.

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  1. Kennygggkent

    Kennygggkent Transparent Window Cleaning
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    Hello Forum Peeps, Check out my DIY Protectakote waterproofing of my Renault Kangoo.

    I took up all the original plyline and got the bed of the van prepped for the paint, basically just sanded it down and hovered all the dust away, o and cleaned it with CIF.
    I put two cotes on like as it says in the instructions, I also put masking tape on the edges to get a even finish.
    I need to put the plyline back on and get back to work now but i'm abit gutted I didn't do the wheel arches now.
    What do you think guys will that matter to much? Thanks 2014-10-19 12.04.54.jpg 2014-10-19 12.05.10.jpg 2014-10-20 15.20.32.jpg 2014-10-19 12.05.10.jpg
     
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  2. Gav

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    Looking good, when i had my van i did the arches as well but left the ply out as just felt it would only get wet and hanging eventually.
     
  3. Kennygggkent

    Kennygggkent Transparent Window Cleaning
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    Yea, I guess in a couple of month my ply will be soggy too, but I might just replace it as I like the plyed look.
     
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