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Old 02-09-2010, 10:55 AM   #1
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Touch-Up Spray Paint

Anyone ever used this in BSP? I have a Chrome Bumper that I am going to prime and paint. I thought I would order two cans and see if it matches ok.

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Old 02-10-2010, 12:33 PM   #3
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Just go with bedliner for the bumper
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Just go with bedliner for the bumper

I have heard of that, but is this shit all rough looking?
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I was wondering the same thing because I might have to buy some
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I have heard of that, but is this shit all rough looking?
I used Rustoleum truck bed coating from Walmart on my bumpers and it looks fine to me. It's got a really fine grit and has held up for me so far. Here's a couple pics.

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I used Rustoleum truck bed coating from Walmart on my bumpers and it looks fine to me. It's got a really fine grit and has held up for me so far. Here's a couple pics.

That's looks pretty nice bro.....
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i would like to know how this turns out! i hate my chrome bumper also!
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That does look pretty good. Does the Duplicolor Bed Liner have a less aggressive texture than Line-X??
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I used Rustoleum truck bed coating from Walmart on my bumpers and it looks fine to me. It's got a really fine grit and has held up for me so far. Here's a couple pics.

I'm assuming that you did alittle sanding before you painted? Any adhesion promoter used?
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I'm assuming that you did alittle sanding before you painted? Any adhesion promoter used?
I never had chrome bumpers to start with since it's not the SR5 but I would think with the chrome you would just have to scuff them up really good. I used a 3M paint removal wheel from Walmart and took them down to bare metal to get rid of all the paint that was peeling on mine. Then wiped them off with rubbing alcohol to get rid of any debris from the sanding and sprayed it. It seems to have adhered really well without adhesion promoter but spraying on top of the chrome might be different.
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That does look pretty good. Does the Duplicolor Bed Liner have a less aggressive texture than Line-X??
Can't speak for the Duplicolor bed liner since I used Rustoleum truck bed coating but anything in a rattle can probably isn't going to have a texture that aggressive. I really like the Rustoleum though. The texture is like a fine grit and you don't need to have any painting skills to use it. I had never tried doing anything like that before and mine came out without any runs or spots.
It's not as thick as Line-X though. I would say its probably more durable than regular paint but if your going to be scraping against rocks then Line-X would be better.
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