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Old 03-14-2012, 06:54 PM
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Floor coating

I have a 1992 Jeep Wrangler and I want to coat the inside floor. I was wondering what is out there that you can use without having an air compressor to use a spray gun? Thanks
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I roll on herculiner then I paint it with black garage floor paint ....

It's very tough .

Spraying bedliner in my experience makes it too thin...

Good luck if you need pics or help call me 954 292 4823

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tub work

I used Herculiner also, but I used four coats instead of three. Make sure area you work in has plenty of circulating air. Coats take time to dry, so be patient. Clean surface area good. Attched are before and after photos. Good luck...
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Thank you Bs13855 & scout53... I like the before and after picture, makes the floor great. How much herculiner do you need to do the job? Thanks for your help
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i used the rustoleum roll on i used roughly 1/2 the gallon and i did 4 coats.

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and also with the rustoleum you can buy rattle can liner to match the roll on for the areas you cant get with a brush or roller
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Im about to do this with a product called Por 15. It comes highly recomended as a anti rust, rust inhibitoring, paint. Then ill top coat it with a UV resistant coat.

POR15, Inc. - Stop Rust Permanently - Repair Gas & Fuel Tanks

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