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Old 12-10-2012, 04:50 PM
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Spray on liner for fender flares and rocker panels

I've been thinking bout getting my fender flares and the rocker panels sprayed like you would get your bed sprayed was wondering if anyone has done this and if so how hard is it to keep clean when dirty?
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And if you could post a pic.
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Here is a thread that has some discussion and some pictures of what you are looking for. Sadly, some photos are lost for good, but some remain.

painting bumpers and other parts with bed liner
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I did mine myself with some rustoleum bed liner in a rattle can. When I got quoted along the lines of $700 for it to be professionally done and I wanted it, I figured I could do it for cheaper. Fender flares were sanded and prepped well and same with the rocker panels. It actually holds up pretty well.


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Usafbowman how hard is it to get that cleaned when you get it dirty? Is it faded at all? And what kinda prep work did you need to do.
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When it gets dirty I take it to one of the self washes and use the foam brush and that cleans it pretty good. Prep work all I really did was sand it, but this summer or so I'm gonna strip it back off and use some of dupli colors self etching primer and see if that makes it a little bit better, just for peice of mind. An it hasn't really faded at all. Then again it's just another $7 can of bed liner should it fade or something happen to it.
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Alright thanks for the info
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I worked for a company that does spray on bed liners and I had the sides of my truck done. It was blue with the silver two tone and I had the silver sprayed over plus a couple inches above the fenders. It is hard to clean unless you use a pressure washer. When I cleaned it I would spray it with either tire shine or armer all and it looks brand new again.
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