I would remove the wiring harness before you start and tape all the shifters, brake, pedals and bolts. Did you remove the seat belts? Looks like you need to clean it with MEK or similar. I didn't like the roller the brush worked better. Be shure to mix the can very well.
I still going to clean it with acetone. But the seat belt torx screws are stripped so I cant take them out. Should I paint those few spots on the driver and passanger floor boards that are bare metal or should I just herculine over them? I used sand paper to sand the tub. Thanks alot guys for imput
Are you shure they are stripped? The factory uses self tapping torx bolts for the seatbelts and bumpers. They are installed using an impact. They come out very hard the entire way. I have seen many give up and think they were stripped because of how hard they turn. I always replace them with button head screws. they work much better.
Soak a rag and rub it in. Then wipe up any extra with a clean dry rag. Make sure you scuff all the corners, dips, ridges well. That is the first places the Heculiner will lift. I vacuumed the tub out first, then blew it out, then wiped it down with Xylene. Herculiner recommends Acetone, Xylene, or MEK. Remove your bolts and roll up tape and stick in the holes. Better than rolled up tape are foam ear plugs in the holes. Remember to stir the can every few minutes or the crumbs will settle out. Here's what mine looked like after sanding and wipe down. Hope this helps.
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