|02-27-2012 12:49 AM|
|99 wrangler||I have used some made by Dupli-color, and it seems to be pretty good. I bought it at my local Meijers for 5 bucks a can. It has a fairly aggressive texture , and goes on good. Only thing is since it is so cold here in Michigan it took a long time to dry, so i will finish up with it when the weather breaks.|
|02-26-2012 09:15 PM|
|isaiahsdad||I did a test spray of the Rustoleum today on the inside of my gate and I really like it. It has the same texture of my Smittybilt SRC bumpers. I am looking at actually doing the fenders and doors of my YJ and I think I am going to use this. I was looking at a more aggressive coating until I tried this stuff and I actually like it better. It goes on easy and appears very durable. Time will tell.|
|02-26-2012 08:25 PM|
|Phobos||I was actually thinking about my front bumper myself. It got some damage last week.|
|02-26-2012 08:17 PM|
Which bed liner spray
I thought I would spend some time this weekend using one of the bed liner sprays to clean up the undercarriage of the Jeep and maybe also do some other accents around the exterior of the jeep.
I used Rustoleum truck bed coating, and while it went on very even, it didn't have the texture I was looking for. It was much smoother than I had hoped.
Anyone use a store bought spray that had nice visible texture?
Has anyone sprayed any of the plastic on the inside of their jeep. like glove box, stereo surround??