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Old 03-13-2013, 07:15 AM   #1
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Where have you used bedliner?

I did my tub with Raptor Liner 2 years ago but have recently seen people using different brands of liner to spray other Jeep parts than the tub.

Where do you use bedliner? What brand do you use & why did you choose that brand?

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Old 03-13-2013, 07:21 AM   #2
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I've bed lined my rims and headlight bezels and door handles

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Old 03-13-2013, 07:21 AM   #3
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Used Rustoleum
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Old 03-13-2013, 07:30 AM   #4
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I used rustoleum and did the console, dash center, speedo bezel, speaker covers, and piece under dash. Still need to do the glove box door and strip behind the grab handle.
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Old 03-13-2013, 07:36 AM   #5
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That looks good, Big Sarge. I've painted my console black with vinyl paint & it looks good but yours looks really good, too. Better than I would have expected from bedliner, actually. How long ago did you do it, what prep did you do, & how has it held up?
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I did it about a month ago. I pulled all the pieces out and cleaned them really well. Scuffed them up a bit the wiped the dust away with a rag soaked in acetone. Sprayed three coats waiting 15-30 minutes between coats. It has held up really well thus far. The only part I am concerned with is where my key chain hangs down from the ignition. But so far no problems. Tried to be more descriptive with the prep because someone told me before that it wouldn't hold up because I only cleaned it and didn't scuff it up...... I figured it was a given when painting plastic that you scuff it up a bit, but I guess some people just don't know, so I added it this time.
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Old 03-13-2013, 02:37 PM   #7
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Has anyone done their fender flares or any extended fender flares?
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Old 03-13-2013, 02:48 PM   #8
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I did my fender flares too
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Fenders, bumpers, tub, cowl, parts of the dash, sliders, grill, my hands, my legs, my head........ I have tried Duplicolor on my bumper and grill, Rustolium on my dash and sliders, and I rolled my tub with herculiner. So far the best is the Herculiner. If you want it in a spray can go with the Duplicolor just make sure to warm the can up under hot water and shake the shit out of it.
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All I have done so far is bedliner my spare wheel because it was silver and the rest of my wheels are black. I like the idea of doing the dash in bedliner though. Might have to borrow that when it warms up.
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I will be doing the exterior once it warms up. Fender flares bumpers for sure. Not sure what else I will do.
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Old 03-14-2013, 08:01 AM   #12
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Where have you used bedliner?

Uh.... In the bed of my truck.
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Old 03-14-2013, 08:39 AM   #13
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Has anyone done their fender flares or any extended fender flares?
Yep, did all of them over the past 2 weekends...only prep was to wash them with some dishsoap, rinse, and mask off the area. If it doesn't hold up long term in a few areas...I'll drop another $7 and respray as needed

BTW, used Rustoleum rattle can...

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Note in the after on the rear bumper, the flares had not been done yet. Also in the after from the front passenger side, you can see a little bit of the driver side flare which had not been done yet as well.

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Old 03-14-2013, 09:19 AM   #14
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My interior, rhino lined.

My frame, duplicolor bed armor
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My frame, duplicolor bed armor
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That's where I need to head next. I need to POR-15 a few spots (understatement of the day) and then I think I'll start covering everything under there that doesn't need to move. I just need to look into what exactly that includes.
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Old 03-14-2013, 08:37 PM   #16
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I did my interior tub with Duplicolor spray and roll on bed liner a few years ago with great results.
My Jeep's exterior was black with scratches all over it so I prepped and sprayed the whole outside with it over a year ago.
Still holding up great and I like the flat look. Truthfully I would not mind using a roll-on bedliner on the exterior one of these days but it's not a pressing issue with me.
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Old 03-16-2013, 09:03 AM   #17
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SOAB, You definitly like bedliner more than I do!

I did use it on my RC bumpers, though since they came with that type coating on them. I cleaned and painted them, yesterday.
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BTW, used Rustoleum rattle can...
Rustoleum makes a bed liner spray?
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Fender Flares, Door Handles, and A to Z Rocker Guards = bedlined.

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Old 03-16-2013, 12:28 PM   #20
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Did my door hinges, going to do the bottom up to the rock sliders when the weather allows.

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Did my whole from fender and grill fender flares and the tub is rhino lined
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Oh and rims haha I love bed liner
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Old 03-16-2013, 01:30 PM   #23
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I used Rustoleum on flares, mirrors, sliders, bumpers, door handles, headlight bezels, driving light covers, windshield wiper arms, ... I think that's all.

Oh, and the whole interior with Monstaliner.

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Old 03-23-2013, 02:33 AM   #24
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I'll be doing my fender flares, front/back bumper and possibly my rims. Ill post before and afters as soon as the weather allows me to do anything. Has anyone done their rims with the rustoleum bed liner?
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Oh also is it absolutely necessary to use primer?
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:42 AM   #26
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I paint as much as possible with bed liner haha. Complete interior, bumpers, rock rails, rims(steelies), scuff line around the bottom of the body, headlight bezels. Ive had great success with Plasticote Bed Liner in the spray can for small jobs, really nice trigger, not like a typical spray bomb, and a smaller texture as well, almost like skateboard grip tape. So far its held up really well on both the bumpers through the Canadian winter, and the interior with my two Basset Hounds climbing in and out.
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Oh also is it absolutely necessary to use primer?
All I did to my bumpers, flares, and steps was clean them with decreasing dish soap, and rinse them well after. So far no issues in any areas...
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The interior and exterior. LineXed because it has a lifetime warranty, the texture is what i wanted, its arguably the toughest bedliner out there, and didn't trust myself to do the Exterior. The fenders, bumpers, rock sliders, mirrors, interior door panels, dash, and middle counsel is the cheap rustoleum spray on I did myself.
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:56 AM   #29
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Detroit, Thats is a sick looking jeep. I like that exterior a lot. little jealous. I noticed you didnt put the "jeep" logo back on by the door? any reason? Was it tough to put your rubicon stickers on with all the texture?

Once again, that is really nice looking.
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The interior and exterior. LineXed because it has a lifetime warranty, the texture is what i wanted, its arguably the toughest bedliner out there, and didn't trust myself to do the Exterior. The fenders, bumpers, rock sliders, mirrors, interior door panels, dash, and middle counsel is the cheap rustoleum spray on I did myself.
That is bada$$ looking. I may seriously consider this when my paint gets a little more worn out. I like the texture contrast between the body and the rattlecan stuff on the accents. So you had a shop do the exterior? Mind sharing what they charged you? Any issues with overheating with the bedliner on the hood (I've heard this brought up before, as I was thinking of doing the inside of mine)? How is it to clean? Does it wash up OK after a day of mud?

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