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I've seen folk bedline their grills and front of their hood, but I want to take it one step further. I want to do a flame job using bedliner instead of paint. Any reason why this wouldn't work? Will the bedliner hold on the small licks of a flame? Or peel where it meets the paint edges?
 

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I think if you sanded the area you were going to bedline in a flame pattern it would stick everywhere that the surface was properly prepped. If you go over onto the painted area then yea, its gonna peel.
 

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I'm going to try it when it get warmer. Line the interior as well. If it's sanded where it's taped off it shouldn't peel right?
 

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Nope just prep it and it'll be fine. I did it to a Cherokee of mine after it caught fire. Replaced the front clip and did it on the hood and fenders. It was a black jeep and the bedliner was real subtle but looked awesome. I'll try and find pics
 

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Dan05lj said:
Nope just prep it and it'll be fine. I did it to a Cherokee of mine after it caught fire. Replaced the front clip and did it on the hood and fenders. It was a black jeep and the bedliner was real subtle but looked awesome. I'll try and find pics
That'd be great. Thanks
 
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