I used an industrial epoxy from the local paint shop (dulux paints). $60 for a gallon, available in any tint, bought the same foam rollers in the bedliner kits, applied in the same manner, super tough, hard as nails, super cheep, and lots to spare.
BTW, heat gun is the best option barr-none to take the squiggly **** off the floor... but do it outside because it makes some nasty fumes.
Industrial epoxy paint is good stuff!
'13 JK Rubicon in white - the German Shepherd's
'13 JKU Sport in gecko - her Majesty's
I did mine with DIY spray in raptor liner. It cost me $200 with all the supplies (masking, liner, etc.). It cleans up so easy. I love it. I have got caught in several quick rains with no worries. Dog hair and mud are no longer an issue except for the seats. I sprayed those and the roll bar covers with 303 fabric guard.
Just make sure that you go out and get the most expensive, brand-name, two-part, non-water-based epoxy bedliner that you can find for niche markets. That way you know you're spending the absolute highest amount that you can for a standard two-part epoxy mixture and foam rollers.
I was wondering what kind of junk they used... I got the zebart "protection" on mine and it looks like crap and so far hasn't held up to what I paid for, IMO. It looks like they just sprayed underneath without any regard to the tops of any parts under the Jeep..
Anyways back to the topic at hand, I hear about allot of guys doing the inside but what if a guy got a couple weeks of good down time and wanted to do underneath? Anybody tackled that project successfully?
I don't get lost, just temporarily misplaced
Wait another couple of weeks. There is a new product coming to market called the BedTred for the Jeep JK. It's already available for the TJ. Basically all the benefits of a roll on/spray on liner without the huge amount of prep work and you can remove it at any time. This is different than the Bed Rug which is just more of an ultra heavy duty carpet. BedTreds have been used by the heavy duty truck guys to hold up to abuse for a while now.
1st thought - cool product idea
2nd thought - Won't that lead to accelerated rusting out of your tub like bed liners do in pickups?