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Old 01-23-2011, 10:30 PM   #1
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Roll-On Bedliner

Hello all. I bought my jeep a couple months back and the po did a diy bedliner on the inner tub. It's a pretty shotty job and I was wondering if I was to go over the whole thing again, what preperations would need to be done. Thanks in advance!

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Old 01-23-2011, 10:45 PM   #2
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Take out all seats, fill in all screw holes with tape. Wash the tub with water and let it dry. Then apply new herculiner. Pretty easy just goggle how to use herculiner plenty of write up comes out looking like this

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Old 01-24-2011, 08:27 PM   #3
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Anybody had any success using u-pol raptor?
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:58 PM   #4
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I would also rub down what you can with denatured alcohol, just to take away any oils or grease. Never used U-Pol Raptor but I hear it's good stuff. Here's my Herculiner:
Not the best job on the forum but good enough
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:08 PM   #5
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Hello all. I bought my jeep a couple months back and the po did a diy bedliner on the inner tub. It's a pretty shotty job and I was wondering if I was to go over the whole thing again, what preperations would need to be done. Thanks in advance!
Do you know what brand he used? Not sure how applying one over another would work.
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Do you know what brand he used? Not sure how applying one over another would work.
No clue what was used before. It has hardly any texture at all. Kinda looks like black paint.
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:17 PM   #7
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Try to chip it. Does it chip easily? I know Rustoleum bed liner is garbage. There's not much texture to it and it's really thin. I put it in the back of my Jeep before doing Herculiner just to see if I'd like it.
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Try to chip it. Does it chip easily? I know Rustoleum bed liner is garbage. There's not much texture to it and it's really thin. I put it in the back of my Jeep before doing Herculiner just to see if I'd like it.
Yeah chips pretty easy. I just dont know if i have to sand the whole interior or just clean it and wipe it all down.
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Well since the previous bedliner had a slight texture to it like my rustoleum stuff did, I just cleaned it good and bed lined over it.
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Here's the deal w/just rolling new product over the old stuff: If it chips easily now, then your new product isn't going to last because of the crappy product you did not remove...Since the base coat isn't sticking to the bare metal well, all you're doing is putting another layer on that's going to chip off just as easily. I recommend hitting sanding it down again prior to applying the new product.

I used Herculiner with great success and even rolled the bottom of my tub since it was already off the frame. My only complaint about Herculiner is that it is wearing rapidly where my right heel rests (same place all the time cause of accelerator pedal).

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