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Old 08-19-2011, 06:33 PM   #21
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I bet you can touch it up fairly well since its textured. My question would be "how do you remove it if you dont want the texture anymore?"
Um.....Not sure what to say here....Don't use a permanent coating if you don't want permanent??
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Old 08-19-2011, 08:21 PM   #22
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I am having a hard time understanding why anybody in their right mind would apply a texture like this to a prison/industrial setting like it looks in the pics. Think about routine cleaning/moping the floors with it. All that texture for crap to stick to, a complete horror to clean.

Just like when you try to clean concrete floors that have the nonslip texture.

Anyways, rant over.
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How do you keep the shiney look? My line-x looked sweet for about 3 months. Now totally faded flat black. (I know it's a truck bed, but I got used to it looking so nice.)
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Old 08-19-2011, 10:19 PM   #24
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How do you keep the shiney look? My line-x looked sweet for about 3 months. Now totally faded flat black. (I know it's a truck bed, but I got used to it looking so nice.)
Go to lowes and buy a can of rustoleum satin black aerosol.

Go to your truck starting from the front end of your bed and using your index finger, press the button down until paint sprays out of the can.

Hold the can approx 8-12 inches from the bed surface, using sweeping motions while spraying. This will reduce coating too thick any given area.

Work from one side to the next, then keep going until the entire bed has a fresh coat of paint on it. If needed, recoat after 8 hours.

Enjoy your freshened up truck bed!
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Old 08-20-2011, 12:19 PM   #25
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How do you keep the shiney look? My line-x looked sweet for about 3 months. Now totally faded flat black. (I know it's a truck bed, but I got used to it looking so nice.)
That is a good question. I have seen UV put the smack down on these types of coatings.
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I don't know about you guys but my truck bed has linex in it. Its faded and scuffed, and don't look that pretty. What I like is it offers a slide resistant surface for when I got stuff in there.

I don't give a **** about the appearance of my truck bed. To me a truck is to be used to get **** done, not to look real nice.
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