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You use your truck as a payload powerhouse, but how do you keep the bed looking great? Bed liners prevent dents, but they let cargo slip and slide. Bed mats secure your gear, but are no match for dents and dings. A custom spray liner could be the answer, but your budget takes a beating. So, roll deep with the best bed protection yet—Al's Liner DIY Truck Bed Roll–On Liner Kit.
Delivering the tough–as–nails protection and custom style of a spray–on liner, Al’s DIY roll–on liner is easy to install and even easier on your wallet. Formulated to adhere to virtually any surface, the 3–part polymer blend dries quickly to lock out moisture and buffer potential damage. And, it’s easy to apply—just roll it on with Al’s Roller/Brush Kit.
Al’s do–it–yourself bed liner kit is a customizers dream. With simple paint pigments, this rollable and brushable bed liner can be tinted to any color, for a totally custom look. Plus, you can tailor the texture to suit every need—from sleek and glossy to rugged and textured, there’s a finish for your job. Best yet, Al's Liner backs your DIY Truck Bed Roll–On Liner Kit with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jul 24, 2013 9:41 PM
Can you mix heat and noise reduction with the water proofer and spray on. And where can I get the pigments to customize the color.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 25, 2013 8:29 AM
Hi, You should be able to mix in heat and noise reducers just fine. Pigments are available from your local automotive paint store.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jun 18, 2013 4:59 AM
2013 Ford F-150
what is the perp work before coating
Answered by Nathan S. — Jun 18, 2013 8:37 AM
Hi, You need to clean and scuff the surface before applying the liner.flag Accept Answer