So I'm probably going to get bedliner within the next couple of months and I was wondering if any of you have any experiences with it and any pros and cons of it. I want it on the interior more than the exterior because the carpet is stained, worn off, and smells bad after rainfall but I have also heard from an owner that the exterior protects against scratches and small dings. So what I'm getting to is what type of bedliner is recommend and if it's best on the interior, exterior, or both.
I used hurculiner inside, just remove all the seats and scuffed up the paint to make t hold, got rid of all the rust, put toilet paper in all the holes (so the bed liner won't ill them up or mess up screw holes) the. Jut rolled on two coats. Took three days (Friday night thur Sunday) to finish. I like hurculiner u can get it at autozone or most part stores. No more carpet is a nice thing!
I used it on the floorboard and it turned out nice. When I cut my front fenders to make them flat I used bedliner to pain them. It looks good IMO. I also used it on my bumpers,sliders,cornner guards, and my skid plate and I used the spray for my frame. The roll on is much better imo but its also messy.
Yea it's messy just tape it off with blue painters tape, and after scrubbing my arm almost off trying to get that crap of my elbow. I found out If u steal ur girlfriends nail polish remover it works like a dream and comes off almost right away lol
Not sure that I would bedliner the exterior but I had the same smell and wear issue with my carpet so I pulled it out and threw it in the trash. Ended up spraying it with raptor liner and it turned out amazing. Looks like it was professionally done and I had never sprayed anything that wasn't in a can. Definately one of my favorite mods so far. Here's the post I made about it with a few pics... http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/anot...cs-169001.html
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Herc can feel really abrasive, so you're warned. My friend did it in his TJ and it feels like sandpaper. I wanted something textured, but not THAT rough. I went with Monstaliner. It can be rolled on or sprayed on. But IMO, the masking off for rolling is a LOT easier than for spraying. The prep work for the metal is the same though. The rolling will take a bit longer, so if this is your only vehicle, it could be a long weekend for ya. I have another vehicle, so I was able to take my time and roll it on over a day and a half, then let take its time curing (I gave it a week for it be solid) and putting stuff back in.
Of course you don't have to wait that long, but I wasn't in a rush and it was raining that week anyway.