Tintable bed liner

Interior

  1. Chris Loiselet

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    Thought I’d share a few pics of the floor on my 68 GTX. After some minor rust repairs and a lot of cleaning ,prep work I sprayed this tintable bed liner. I was hesitant at first but thought I would give it a shot. The green tint they offered was actually a pretty close match . A couple days later I couldn’t help but to brush up the seams with black 3m 2 part seam sealer. Overall I’m pleased with the results. I’m sure some out there will want to rag on it but I recommend it . F27859F4-6678-4D64-AAC4-B0D60997E5B1.jpeg 7844F89C-36A0-4110-AAE3-C69FF2170356.jpeg FBD7E43E-DAFC-4CFC-A72A-8A3F8D214112.jpeg 87EED1B5-B47D-452D-8022-707133F06314.jpeg 7D06D960-3091-43ED-ACBF-C2BFBA355D0A.jpeg 2E6A2B89-7DB8-4AAD-BEED-D3309AFD8AD2.jpeg
     
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      Looks great! Prep work is everything. The guy that put P.O.R. On my floor didn’t prep it and it’s randomly peeling. Think I’ll clean it up and do what you did.
       
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      Looks good, Why does the floor need bed liner on it? I’m not picking at your car, I’m wondering why this product needed to go on a classic mopar interior, or anywhere on the car?

      why do you reccommed this over using catalyzed auto paint on the floor?
       
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        I can take a jab at this as I’ve used it on a Volkswagen. I’ve used it in the wheel wells and underside of floors, friends have used it on interiors. The main benefit I see is it keeps the factory painted look, while providing rust/ chip protection, added durability compared to standard paint, and some sound deadening.
         
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        I bought a restored car with it. I really hate it, it .is ruff as sandpaper, it will take your skin right off. I see no good use on the inside of the car. It’s all going to be covered with carpet. I still like to use undercoating that dries and doesn’t stay tacky under the car. You know just like the factory used on these things when new.
         
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        I can’t comment on the brand he used, but what I have used, Upol Raptor Liner and SEM Rock-it, does not stay sticky. It is a Catalyzed product that dries to a, in the case of Raptor, rock hard finish and is very durable or in the case of SEM a hard, yet rubber-like coating. When applied with the applicator gun you can make a variety of textures, coarse-smooth none of which are like sandpaper. All of the textures dry pretty smooth the only change being orange peel.
         
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          I have a CJ-5 that i put a new body on because the old one just rusted away from under me. i had both the underneath and the interior lined with line-x. it was well worth it.
           
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          Very durable I used it inside and bottom of car ....only need a little bit of paint to tint it color of car ....much much cheaper than spraying it with base coat clear coat
           
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