Hey Guys, I'm getting ready to purchase another trailer. It will be small 10' trailer for a solo and I am planning on how to outfit the trailer. I always put deck boards on the sides of the trailer to haul mulch and attach the proper trimmer / blower racks. I started thinking about a Jeep I saw a few weeks ago that was completely coated (interior / exterior) with Rhino lining. This got me thinking about doing it to my new trailer. Would this be a good step in saving the trailer from scratches and gauges. It should only add about 75 lb. to the overall weight. Would it help with traction on the gate? Another thought - has anyone ever thought about using this stuff under a mower deck, or on top of a deck. I have a few old mowers that might look better if they were coated with a textured "black" lining. Lastly, some of my counterparts in the industry have began applying Rhino lining to the exterior of their trucks, 6" around the bottom of the sides. It saves on the rock chips and helps with the appearance. What do you think?