Hello everyone, I have an idea and I would like to know what you all think. I have a guy at work that sprays a Rhino Lining like coating on truck beds and so forth. We were discussing snow sticking to the plow when the snow gets wet and heavy. He said he sprayed his truck bed with this coating similar to the Rhino Lining, and has yet to get the snow to stick to it. He asked if I'd be interested in using my plow as a test, and offered to spray the front of my plow. He said he sprays this coating on at 385° F @ 3100 psi, and his coating weighs about 8-10 oz. per sq. ft., so I'm not really concerned about extra weight. What I am concerned about is, he doesn't recommend color matching because of UV fading, so I'd be running around at night with a black snowplow. He said he would usually charge $120 for that amount of surface area, but for me he'll do it for $75. Do you all think I should go for it? Has anyone else had this done? What are your opinons? Thanks and Happy New Year!