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Old 03-26-2012, 11:45 PM   #1
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Bedliner on dash and center console?

Has anyone used the bed liner in a spray can or the roll on stuff for all the interior parts. I was considering just doing flat krylon fusion but if I can spray bed liner on I think I would rather that.

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I did mine with krylon fusion and it looks like garbage. I'm not looking forward to pulling out the dash again to paint. From what I've read plasti-dip is the way to go.

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Old 03-26-2012, 11:57 PM   #3
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well plasti dip will peel off if you dont like it
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Old 03-27-2012, 12:06 AM   #4
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That plasti-dip stuff is good for everything because it just peels off if you want to change it. There are a bunch of youtube videos of people spraying that on their rims to change the color, and on their hoods before going on long trips to keep the dead bungs and dings off their paint (flashy sedans not Jeeps of course).
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i got over spray on my dirty jeep and it whipped off with the dirt.
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Old 03-27-2012, 12:43 AM   #6
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Where is everyone getting plastic dip? I bought some 3m rubberizing undrrcoat and it sucks.
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Old 03-27-2012, 12:49 AM   #7
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I used rustolem bed liner on my dash and it turned out pretty good. It's been on there for about a month now and still looks like it did the day I sprayed it.
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I used rustolem bed liner on my dash and it turned out pretty good. It's been on there for about a month now and still looks like it did the day I sprayed it.
I think I am going to go with tbe bedliner on all the pieces. If it comes off ill spray it again. I tried some fusion on a compass I have and the it ended up peeling off. I sanded and cleaned tbe surface also.
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Old 03-27-2012, 04:40 PM   #9
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I used rustolem bed liner on my dash and it turned out pretty good. It's been on there for about a month now and still looks like it did the day I sprayed it.

Do you have any photos of yours?
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Where is everyone getting plastic dip? I bought some 3m rubberizing undrrcoat and it sucks.
They sell it at Lowes but you can order it online if you are looking for a more customized color. Just google it and you should come up with a lot of options.
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I have done everything with the krylon fusion, a very light scuff sand and then Dupli color matte black. Looks great, and seems to be very durable. After putting three coats of krylon fusion on, I put 2-3 coats of duplicolor, and then tried to scratch it off, and it was very tough to get a mark on the finish. As well, it has a smooth finish that is easy to wipe down from dirt and dust. The bedliner spray is not as easy to clean. And, plasti dip is a complete waste of time. I spent two days doing my interior with that stuff, and after one day and my kids, it looked like crap.

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Old 03-27-2012, 08:56 PM   #12
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Do you have any photos of yours?
Kind of a bad photo. It's dark out side. I'll try and remember to take another one tomorrow.

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Old 03-28-2012, 12:34 AM   #13
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I used Krylon Fusion and Duplicolor Perfect Match to do this.


If you are talking about painting the plastic piece around the stereo and the console there are other options.
Duplicolor makes a "Bumper Coating" that looks like factory black plastic trim. Pretty tough stuff. I used it to redo my mirrors and it held up to an all out bug attack and the pressure washer to remove them just fine.
I plan to paint the piece around the stereo and the gauges with it.
I've also done a few trim pieces in Plasti-Dip. They sell it at Home Depot.

I live in Kenner if you want to meet up one day and check it out in person.
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i would also like to see a good photo of bedlined dash. and is there any prep work to it ?
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Old 03-28-2012, 12:43 AM   #15
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I just thought about it.
This bezel around the radio in my old Ranger was done with Duplicolor Bumper Coating. It had been on for about 5 years when I sold the truck. Still looked perfect.



And here it is on the front bumper.


That was on for about a year before I sold the truck. And that truck went through the Pelican Point car wash every two weeks and it never flaked or anything.
You could also add an adhesion promoter to make it hold better.

If you want some help prepping and painting it dude just let me know.
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I just thought about it.
This bezel around the radio in my old Ranger was done with Duplicolor Bumper Coating. It had been on for about 5 years when I sold the truck. Still looked perfect.



And here it is on the front bumper.


That was on for about a year before I sold the truck. And that truck went through the Pelican Point car wash every two weeks and it never flaked or anything.
You could also add an adhesion promoter to make it hold better.

If you want some help prepping and painting it dude just let me know.
I would like help prepping and painting mine! Since I am painting all of my tan stuff, what would you do if you were only going black? I had not thought about that bumper coating. I was going to use the adhesion promoter and duplicolor vinyl and fabric spray.
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I just thought about it.
This bezel around the radio in my old Ranger was done with Duplicolor Bumper Coating. It had been on for about 5 years when I sold the truck. Still looked perfect.

That was on for about a year before I sold the truck. And that truck went through the Pelican Point car wash every two weeks and it never flaked or anything.
You could also add an adhesion promoter to make it hold better.

If you want some help prepping and painting it dude just let me know.
Looks almost the same as my ranger till I flipped it off the causeway. I am guess I need to spray a few different paints to see which one looks the best. I was really worried about the drives side door at the top where my arm usually hangs out the window and the center console where I rest my other arm. I don't want to wear through it. I know we are trying to plan a run in the spillway after Easter. You should go. I am also thinking about trying to get some sort of 4x4 club started for everyone south of the northshorse.
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Duplicolor Bumper Coating on my mirrors.




Like I said, it held up to one of those pressure wash wands at the car wash the other day and I was hitting them at about 2 inches. They were covered in bugs after a late night drive home from Vidalia. I had to stop three times within an hour to clean the windshield off so I could see.

If this stuff can hold up against bugs like that and a pressure washer, it can handle the dash stuff. Just prep properly, it's all in the prep.
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I would like help prepping and painting mine! Since I am painting all of my tan stuff, what would you do if you were only going black? I had not thought about that bumper coating. I was going to use the adhesion promoter and duplicolor vinyl and fabric spray.

Dude, you know if I live in Cali I would be over there turning wrenches and spraying paint with you every weekend. lol

I'll tell you the things that I have tried and make whatever recommendations I can. just keep in touch and give me a heads up before you go spraying stuff. lol

Your rig has been on my mind. I have a few ideas that we will chat about.
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@ Dragonii - you have really good information on prepping and painting interiors and trims. You should consider putting your thoughts together and writing an entire tutorial on it. From what I've seen you post across a few threads, you have the information mostly out there already, but to have it on a single thread that you started would be a great help to all of us. Then you would just hit someone with a link to your thread as well. (I know I would bookmark it lol)... I mean some of the stuff I've seen you put up is sticky material... Thanks!
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Dragonii Do you have all your photos stored somewhere I can browse?
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Dragonii Do you have all your photos stored somewhere I can browse?
I have a lot on photobucket.
davidemathis's Public Profile on Photobucket.com

There's a lot of aquarium and R/C car pics in there too. lol

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