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Old 02-26-2011, 12:22 PM   #1
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Spray for interior floors?

Hey all,

I've heard of other jeep owners used a spray for there interior floors so that they dont have to use the carpets anymore. What spray is this and how exactly does it work. Does it work as an insulator as well if you didnt put the carpets back in? I';ve also heard of the cheap route, buting Rubberized Undercoating. Do you know if this works?

Any feedback is much appreciated.

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Old 02-26-2011, 12:46 PM   #2
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Lots of us used u- pol raptor liner, or herculiner, monstaliner, etc nit so much insulation, but much easier to keep clean, and factory carpet isn't very insulating either.

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What you are looking for is lining your interior. There are many products on the market, the cheapest ones are roll-on bedliners, and usually the sprayable one are more expensive (like line-x). I did not do it so i don't have many info on them, but there are many reviews on the forum, along with pictures and how-to-do's. juste type bedliner in the search bar!
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Lots of us used u- pol raptor liner, or herculiner, monstaliner, etc nit so much insulation, but much easier to keep clean, and factory carpet isn't very insulating either.
with using those products, can you do it yourself?


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Most can be applied either way. If you have access to a compressor then spraying will be faster and net a nicer finish, IMO
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