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04-24-2012 05:08 PM
mitmaks
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Originally Posted by gto_ron
Me too, I lay a wet coat of epoxy primer on first then the SPI bedliner. I can't say thats the best but it works for me.

regards

Ron
That is pretty good method, you want bedliner or any topcoat to stick onto the epoxy and if epoxy is fresh it will have much better adhesion.
04-24-2012 07:19 AM
gto_ron Me too, I lay a wet coat of epoxy primer on first then the SPI bedliner. I can't say thats the best but it works for me.

regards

Ron
04-23-2012 07:00 PM
OneMoreTime I use the bedliner from Southern Polyurethane as you can do that yourself in your booth..Hate that when I send things out and they come back messed up..

Sam
04-23-2012 06:39 PM
mitmaks
Undercoating

I'd like to know what is a good product to put underside the fenders, etc to prevent from rock chips/moisture barrier. I have a guy who took a cab that I freshly painted to get it LineX'd underneath/floorboards and they messed it up.
If I can I'll just buy product myself and do it for the guy.

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