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Old 07-12-2009, 11:04 PM   #1
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Bed scuffs and scratches solution!

I received a lot of roasting for being so anal about the bed of my Tacoma when I asked if there was anything to clean or remove the scuffs in the plastic of the bed. Well nay-sayers, I found a product! Its called New Bike in-a can. Its for cleaning the plastic fairings on motor bikes and ATV's. I was using it on my quad today and I thought I would try it on the scuffs of my tacoma bed. It does a great job a restoring the condition of the bed plastic. Light scuffs can be rubbed out. Deep scratches look better too. Give it a try!
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Old 07-12-2009, 11:26 PM   #3
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I think I would drive my self crazy trying to polish my bed. not to mention there is rust spots from chains being left in the bed.

Anyways, Good deal on finding something to help out with the bed.
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Old 07-12-2009, 11:38 PM   #4
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i'd just respray it with bedliner. Hell, everytime I bedline something I use my bed as a base so any overspray can be used to make the bed look better...and I bedline most shit I put on my truck cuz its the most durable n tough paint out there, imo
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i'd just respray it with bedliner. Hell, everytime I bedline something I use my bed as a base so any overspray can be used to make the bed look better...and I bedline most shit I put on my truck cuz its the most durable n tough paint out there, imo

Yea I'd probably do the same thing, IF I cared

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