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Old 09-03-2012
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Truck bed liner

What's the best way to clean the white residue on the black bed liner? And what's the best protectant to use?
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Is it a drop in or a spray on liner?
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Drop in.
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What is the residue? Try simple green.
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id like to know also.. if hes talking about the same white crap thats on mine then its like in the picture.. i didnt want to go take a picture so i found one that shows part of the "residue".. its like that all over the place.. i tried some of that wet look tire foam and looked good until it dried then the white came back :-(

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i found this stuff by bondo.. its called restore black.. found it at pep boys and its works really well.. says may need to be re applied in 6 months.. well see how long it lasts


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Icon11 Do it your self

Is there a product I can use to spray on for a bed liner? Myself?
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I've discovered that there really is not a good solution for sun faded or baked black plastic. Almost everything I have used either washed away or wore off. I've given up on using most protectants on the exterior of vehicles. I usually just replace whatever it is thats faded, if its bad. I do use 303 on tires though.
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Yess Kassandra there is. Both spray cans and paint-on gallons. There are many different brands at different prices, ranging from simple Rustoleum brand spray cans to compressed air powered guns+cartridges. If you're willing to dedicate a saturday to the DIY stuff you can save hundreds of dollars over professional high-pressure sprayed plastic.
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