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Old 06-10-2012, 08:53 PM   #41
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solid counter argument right there
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hahaha well maybe i should spray my bed posts and see how they hold up then




The bed caps ive got are 2x2x3/16ths thick angle iron that the headache rack is welded too and i highly recomend that if you use your truck to haul stuff. And this stuff is good at hiding scratches. If you want to try how well it works i did the same before i did my bumpers when i was building them and i sprayed a foot long piece of inch by inch square tubing with two coats and a primer and it held up really well after fully cured, i recomend that.
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wasn;t going to say it but since it's out there

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Wow you are an idiot.
So let me get this straight.
You are offering the OP advice on a product you have never used AND arguing its integrity with someone that has used it.

never offered him advice on the product, and not arguing with you. telling someone to GTFO because they would not use wal mart bed liner on their truck is a little excessive, so figured id break the legs of the high horse you were riding. then you said something about using condoms on questionable holes in which i think you meant vagina's and had nothing to do with anything. my comment was that if its anything like wal marts shoes i would not go near/under water. thats about my extent of the involvement as far as advice goes. you on the other hand are aparently a spray on bedliner conisseur...
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I was thinking about using this stuff for a bumper. I guess you could touch it up easily if it peeled off. The real stuff like line-x or rhino lining is sprayed on very hot, it must be real rubber. I dunno what the canned stuff is.
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You are an idiot

Next time you post in a question thread, make sure you can contribute. I do know extensively about this product thus my reason for posting.
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Old 06-10-2012, 09:21 PM   #48
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well i appreciated everyone's input greatly.
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Old 06-10-2012, 09:22 PM   #49
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looking for someone that has done this before to answer:
i'm planning to use this on the plastic part of my front bumper. how is the adhesive quality between the plastic and the bedliner? will i need to prep the plastic any different?
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The only complaint i have is oncei got it dirty with mud, dirt ect it takes a good hose to spray it off haha and dont dry it with papertowls cuz the fibers get stuck and looks like crap when it drys, happened on a gun range table i built and sprayed with the stuff.
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The only complaint i have is oncei got it dirty with mud, dirt ect it takes a good hose to spray it off haha and dont dry it with papertowls cuz the fibers get stuck and looks like crap when it drys, happened on a gun range table i built and sprayed with the stuff.
yeah the stuff is pretty gritty but i mean i can just take it to one of those car washes with the power washer and hose her down
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*Note, I have no experience in using Rustoleum bed liner.

With that said, if your whole reason in choosing this stuff is to save some money, then you should be absolutely sure it is gonna do it's job if you're already spending $100 or so to get it. Because in the event that it does not hold up like a professional job would, than you're gonna have to pay (probably, unless you can do it yourself) to get it removed. And at that point, you would probably be buying the professional stuff anyway because your original goal was to have your bed lined.

In my opinion, save up the extra cash and get it done right the first time. There is a reason these products are found at Wal Mart, and there is a reason something like Line-x is more expensive.

In the end, all up to you and what will work for you.
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Wow you are an idiot.
So let me get this straight.
You are offering the OP advice on a product you have never used AND arguing its integrity with someone that has used it.


That picture is f'n hilarious.
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Old 06-10-2012, 09:48 PM   #54
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That picture is f'n hilarious.
i almost spit wine outta my nose. honestly.


but seriously

from what i learned from this thread...

EVERYONE has a lot of good points to this product TO USE it and NOT TO USE it and im still unsure...

so im gonna sleep on it.
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i almost spit wine outta my nose. honestly.


but seriously

from what i learned from this thread...

EVERYONE has a lot of good points to this product TO USE it and NOT TO USE it and im still unsure...

so im gonna sleep on it.
haha that'll happen here sorry bud
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Old 06-10-2012, 09:51 PM   #56
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oh ive seen em...

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Old 06-10-2012, 09:51 PM   #57
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haha that'll happen here sorry bud
yea no kidding
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yea no kidding
i'd try to help but since i just did mine i have no solid results to stand by
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i may just do the bed rails! not the whole bed
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yeah, start small and see how it goes
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