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Unread 01-14-2014, 12:30 AM   #16
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Unread 02-22-2014, 09:48 PM   #17
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And the in use testing has started

Scotch scuff pad followed by some simple green and some time at the car wash.



Then 1st coat using the grey. It dries a few shades darker, and my camera lightens things a bit.



Dried, color wise its somewhere between the back and the bed.



Using the restore roller, plenty of texture.



2nd coat, i went with a really dark green when dry. Its setting now and ill be leaving it alone for a bit. Temps are low and being water based dry time will be extended a bit.



It looks really good, time will tell how it holds up. I ended up using about 3/4 a gallon on the 1st coat. 2nd went on a bit thicker and i used all but an inch or so. So 2 gallons would have done it with plenty left over. So if things work well, $50 for a colored bedliner vs $100 for black vs $1500+ for a spray in.

Or worst case and im out $50 on my $200 truck.
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