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Old 09-06-2005
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Painting Lin-X Bedliner?

I am thinking about putting a coat of black, on my line X.

its fading a lil and i think its stained.

think it would stick right? and look good?
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i dont it will it will stick but i might be wrong, i would call contact the people put in it first to find out for sure or not.
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Armor All it!!!!!
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yeah use a vinyl treatment product on there.

Also Make sure it has a UV Protectant on there that will bring the shine back.

Of course I'm going to reccomend the Tire and Trim treatment that I sell. Thats what I've used on mine and made a huge difference

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Old 09-07-2005
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dave, how much for the treatment?
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12.56 for a 16oz bottle.
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have you used it ryan?
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Goo-Gone will most likely remove any stains. I hit mine twice a year with some tire foam, and it still looks good after 3 years
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Yeah I doubt paint will stick to it. The tire shine stuff seems like the best idea.
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I think line-x sells a touch up coat I think it is 30 bucks and it will look new. I as looking at line-x for my new truck.
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How good dose that stuff work? Dose it hold up well? Scratch easy?
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Goo-Gone will most likely remove any stains. I hit mine twice a year with some tire foam, and it still looks good after 3 years
I say go for Goo-Gone..

You can but that at stores...

and you don't have to pay shippin and all that bullsh!t...
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