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    Non stick paint. Is there any that can be used on a bike?

    I'm planning repainting the bike I use for mudplugging.

    Every time I look at our non stick pans, I can't help thinking it would be great if I could paint (or get painted) my bike with that stuff.

    Any ideas?

    (I already do all the temporary stuff, like spraying with anti-wetting agents, I just would like something less temporary.)
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    non stick ceramic powdercoat

    it exists

    but
    your bike will still get dirty, you'll still need to wipe crap off. but the crap
    won't stay put, it will come off with wiping.
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    Rusty truckers are popular around here... you don't do anything, no paint, no cleaning, just let 'er go. If it gets really funky spray a clearcoat over it and sell it to a hipster for enough to retire on. You may not be the type...
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    https://www.amazon.com/Maxima-SC1-Si.../dp/B000WK5PWQ
    This stuff is like magic against mud.
    Making shit harder than it needs to be isn't awesome, it's just...harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 127.0.0.1 View Post
    non stick ceramic powdercoat

    it exists

    but
    your bike will still get dirty, you'll still need to wipe crap off. but the crap
    won't stay put, it will come off with wiping.

    That sounds ok. Thanks.
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    Cerakote is one product, and they have an air dry version now that doesn't require oven baking... https://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-t...prod41824.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexbn921 View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/Maxima-SC1-Si.../dp/B000WK5PWQ
    This stuff is like magic against mud.
    This stuff on top of whatever you decide to paint with. The SC1 lasts a while too between coats.

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    Sorry Velo, nobody posted the obvious - don't ride in mud.
    There, problem solved....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Malcolm View Post
    Sorry Velo, nobody posted the obvious - don't ride in mud.
    There, problem solved....

    Eric
    Darn, why didn't I think of that.

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    I wax my frames with some spray wax I bought at a gas station. Bike feels slippery to the touch and less dirt sticks to it. Much easier to keep clean. I'll look at what it is when I get home.
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    Erik of Peacock Groove once brought a frame to Nordic Ware and had them cover the entire frame in non-stick Teflon for cookware.
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