It's been suggested a few times before and I was wondering if anyone has tried it or seen it implemented.
Winter here is like six months long and primarily characterized by the constant presence of salty slush. That means six months that I can't ride on my nice steel bike and will have to use the silly aluminum frame I pulled from the LBS trash instead.
I was thinking that if a steel frame was coated with this truck liner stuff, then perhaps it would be sufficiently sealed that it's ok for riding through the chemical slurry. If so, that would be exceedingly cool.