I'm looking to bedline the interior of my Jeep pretty soon. I like cheap mods, so I think I'm going to go with the Rustoleum roll on kit at Walmart. My question for anyone who has done this is will one quart cover the interior hull of a two door? Also, is it a single coat project and is that at any risk of scratching off with my dogs sitting in the back? Any pics of recent jobs? Thanks!
I haven't personally used the Rustoleum bedliner, but I did use Herculiner in my TJ. If it covers the same as Herc, you're most likely going to want at least two quarts to get decent coverage inside the tub from front to back and up just under the belt rails.
2000 TJ SE
2005 LJ Rubicon
Originally Posted by EasyComeEasyGo View Post
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I can't comment on the coverage, but there have been some threads (here and on other sites) that comment or complain on the actual textures of the different bedliners, as well as the longevity. Some are too rough and trap dirt. Some are made with ground rubber which rubs off easily, leaving the paint underneath exposed. I don't remember which brand has which problem. I'd recommend doing a bit of research before making your final decision (not saying don't do it, just make sure you know what could happen).
I just used Raptor in the bed of my tow rig. Kit was around $120 on Amazon and came with the gun. I've used Herculiner in the past and the Raptor turned out much better. The Raptor finish is similar to Linex, the Herculiner is a lot more coarse.
Originally Posted by zackcj7 View Post
I used the Raptor also. It's awesome coats great. Easy to clean as well. I liked it so much I even painted my rear bumper with the left over I had.
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