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Old 05-09-2011, 03:51 PM
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Bedlined the Jeep today

Today I finally got around to bedlining the Jeep. I used the Rustoleum roll on stuff that came in a 1 gallon can. I ended up doing about three coats. The stuff goes on really thin, almost like water, which is why I did 3 coats. Im pretty happy with the results. Its much better than what is was. Here are some pics:

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Same stuff I used. yea I did 2 coats and wish I took the time to do more. not like mine was as nice as yours but eitherway when you damage a spot. just grab a paint brush and blot it all around and after drying you never can see the difference!

love it!

Now do the outside!

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looks great! nice job

let us know how it holds up to rough handling. are you going to put carpet back in or leave it as-is?
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How does it smell? I'm really sensitive to petroleum based odors. Looking for a oderless product.
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I have the carpet in the rear. Just floormats from my old commander up front. It does have a rather stong smell. Im going to air it out all week so hopefully it will go away soon.
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