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Bed liner in a can

i just finished working on a welding project and decided to use this bed liner in a can to paint it and omg does this stuff dry fast or what. it has a nice dull black look to it i just hope it holds up well
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this stuff is also very good idk if its the one you used but i have gone through about oh 30 cans so far on stuff and its GREAT!!!!

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30 x $11.....
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ya tell me about it still owe dad about 2 cans i stole his DOH...
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lmao, you better get it replaced or im gonan tell him. lol
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lmao, you better get it replaced or im gonan tell him. lol
he knows he yells at me
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i got the dupli color stuff it was 8 bucks at advanced
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I coated the sides of my truck and my front bumper with it
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How does that stuff hold up?? I plan on doing bedliner-in-a-can on the front bumper, rear plastic part of the bumper, and fender flairs...Does it ever flake off?? Resist scratches?? I'm looking cheap, long term, w/o the cost of having line-x doing it.
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How does that stuff hold up?? I plan on doing bedliner-in-a-can on the front bumper, rear plastic part of the bumper, and fender flairs...Does it ever flake off?? Resist scratches?? I'm looking cheap, long term, w/o the cost of having line-x doing it.
on fender flares and plastic things i CAN NOT say i only use it on metal..
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ive seen stuff called HERCULINER, they say 1 gallon for $99 will cover the bed of ur truck, dont know if it works
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I got one of those herculiner kits and it worked sweet. As long as you take the time to plug tape and sand everything. The kit left a thick *** coat on my flareside shortbed. It's been about three months now and it still look awesome. I highly recommend it if you've got the time, garage, and old clothes. lol dumbass me ruined a nice pair of k-swiss's in the clean-up.
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The only thing with the herculiner is it isn't real tough. I scraped it down to the paint a few times just loading my dog kennels. The nice part is you can touch it up with the little cans really easy. On this truck I just spent the money on a sprayed in bedliner and it was worht every penny. $350 over the rail.

On the other subject I use that spray stuff for everything. I don't think I would use it for a truck bed, but I did the backside of my bumpers, and the inner wheel wells of my bed. it is some great stuff. I even used it on the dog boxes I built for the back of my truck.
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I used a can on my racing pedals so they would fit in w/ my interior
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I wonder how well this stuff would work on like, the back side of ur bumper? and on the undercarriage as far as a rust proofer? I used some of dads texaco grease - i dont think u can get it anymore since dad got it in 1970. anyways, the prob with it, is when its SUPER hot out, the stuff will actually drip off... so, now im thinkin what else i can use?
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hm...that stuff sounds awesome.
zach s. is always talking about it.
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