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Unread 04-25-2013, 07:13 AM   #1
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Bedlined interiors

I have a nice quality thick coat of bedliner inside my tub & firewall, but it has faded. What have you guys used to make bedliner look good again? I don't want to paint it the same as the outside of the Jeep. I am thinking a flat black, maybe gloss or gray, thx.

Its dirty and has some overspray on it, I know, so I was going to take some Simple Green to it, scrub it and hose it out. PO used some yellow paint on it for some unknown reason.




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Unread 04-25-2013, 07:47 AM   #2
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The other day I spilt beer on mine and it was almost back to the original black, I would clean it with beer but don’t want to waste the beer…..
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Besides, wouldn't that be alcohol abuse?
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Unread 04-25-2013, 08:03 AM   #4
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The other day I spilt beer on mine and it was almost back to the original black, I would clean it with beer but don’t want to waste the beer…..
I doubt any beer is going to take off the yellow paint..and besides that'd be soem alcohol abuse.
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I know it's somewhat irreversible to do this since it's petroleum based, but wouldn't WD 40 make it shine? Of course, it'd be slightly flammable so maybe that's not the best idea.
Rattle Can barbeque black paint? That stuff is pretty tough.
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or caliper paint maybe^
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Unread 04-25-2013, 09:41 AM   #7
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For the cost of BBQ paint or caliper paint in spray cans, I may as well just buy a gallon of Rustoleum or Chassis Saver paint and lay it on.
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I've heard of a product called "Rhino Shine Ultra" that is supposed to bring back faded bedliners. No personal experience with it, but worth looking into.
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Clear coat it. Or try "back to black" or Westley's tire bleach. Try a small section with the clear coat, I bet it shines like new. Use a good quality clear if you do the whole thing. Even rattle cans can do a good job.
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Besides, wouldn't that be alcohol abuse?
Ya, be careful. Your Jeep may like it.

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Unread 04-25-2013, 11:11 AM   #11
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If it were not for the yellow and overspray on it I would try some of the chemicals mentioned above to make it look new again but since you have the yellow on it I would just masks off the exterior and dash and either spray over it with satin finish black paint or dupilcolor spray bed liner to hide all of the ugly. In my work truck I had some peeling in spots where the po had bed liner installed and to make it look better i peeled off the loose stuff and sprayed the entire bed again with the duplicolor spray can bed liner stuff. It work great, adheared to the existing liner and still looks good 8 months later.
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