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Getting Creative With a Can of Bed Liner!

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Old 11-16-2010, 07:19 AM
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It has a matte finish and is somewhat flexible, but I wouldn't describe it as rubbery. Rustoleum Bed Coating is the brand.

Originally Posted by The Frogman View Post
I know you've mentioned it 100 times, but is this the "rubber" type or the polyurethane type? As in- when it dries is it glossy smooth and very hard or is it rubbery and squishy?

Sometimes they're labeled one way and come out another. I'm pretty sure the truck bed liner's come out rock-hard while the rubberized undercoating sprays come out too soft and chunky.

An epoxy-based paint would be the absolute best. We used to use them to paint swimming pools. You could probably even use plain old jb weld applied very thin.

To save on weight you could put the coating on only the highspots/fenders/lips etc.

Great idea! You've really got me thinking!
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Thanks, the stickers did not last long, but now I have got some more ideas and I think I'll order a plain body and refine it a bit.

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Looks neat.
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