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Old 08-04-2012, 09:13 PM
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Spray-On Bed Liner

Has anyone in the San Fernando Valley used a company to spray on a bed liner? If so, I would appreciate a referral and how much I should expect to pay.

I want to cover the inside of my enclosed utility bed which is about 4' x 9' diamond plate.

Since the floor is rusted, I was thinking about first treating the floor with Eastwood's Rust Converter product, and then having the bedliner applied.

Alternatively, I was thinking about a do-it-yourself bedliner.

The truck does not see a lot of use - it's more for aesthetics.

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Old 08-19-2012, 01:07 AM
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Spray on bedliners....

I don't know anyone in the valley, but I have a guy in Riverside if you ever get up to the I.E. He is usually about $100 cheaper than anyone else, and the product is super nice. He has done dozens of trucks for me over the last 15 years, including two that I currently own. No disappointments with this guy.
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I lean to the DIY option. For your application is seems best. They even sell aerosolized ones now for the nooks and crannys.
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