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Range Rover brush guard coating


2002

I am trying to find the coating that is used on Range Rover/Land Rover bumper brush guards. The ones I have seen are around a 50-60 gloss black and the coating is so hard I could take a house key to it and barely see a scratch on it. It seemed as if the key would "bounce" off the coating when I tried to scratch it. I have a customer that is starting to manufacture bumper brush guards, light guards, etc. and wants a coating for them that is as hard and durable as what is used on the Range Rover/Land Rovers. I have tried mar and scratch resistant TGIC Polyester with some success, but it is nothing like the Range Rover/Land Rover coating.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank You,

Aaron Strouhal
- Moore, Oklahoma



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