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Old 04-01-2015, 07:54 PM
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DYI spray in bedliner products

Hello, Has anyone tried a product called linerextreeme spray in bedliner. I've seen a number of positive reviews but, I'm curious just how durable this stuff really is. I had tried Duplicolors spray on bedliner product which initially looked good but after approximately six months in the elements the product is peeling off leaving me with a real mess to clean up. This time I want to use a product that has a proven track record. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks, Ed

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Yep I have and currently use it in my YJ. I got the tan color and it still looks fantastic. There's a few spots that have been damaged, but they were abused badly. I'll be using this again when I spray the bed of my truck in a few weeks.

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If it is "peeling" off then the product that was used is less of a problem than the prep work. The prep work is the most critical part regardless of the product used. I used the Duplicolor Roll in liner and have a few spots that are peeling too. I am confident that my prep work was lacking. Really take your time prepping next time.
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The linerextreeme hasn't peeled at all. A small spot scraped off when I slid a dana44 across it. Lol
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The linerextreeme hasn't peeled at all. A small spot scraped off when I slid a dana44 across it. Lol
That was meant for the OP who said his was peeling.
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I was looking into raptor liner. It's about 120 dollars and I feel as though it's enough to cover my YJ. It covers about 120sqft. It's also tint-able and I read on the forums a couple of people already used it and said it works great.
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Hello, Has anyone tried a product called linerextreeme spray in bedliner. I've seen a number of positive reviews but, I'm curious just how durable this stuff really is. I had tried Duplicolors spray on bedliner product which initially looked good but after approximately six months in the elements the product is peeling off leaving me with a real mess to clean up. This time I want to use a product that has a proven track record. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks, Ed
I plan on using Monstaliner when I do mine next month. The reviews are excellent on this stuff. Plus it's got a warranty. Many different colors.
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I'm not going to line mine -- not sure what I'd be trying to protect. Bare metal works for me.
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I'm not going to line mine -- not sure what I'd be trying to protect. Bare metal works for me.
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