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#1 User is offline   Alex 

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Posted 11 April 2004 - 02:17 AM

On the way to pick up some oil at advanced auto parts or discount (whatever the hell its called), i realized how discusting that once plush carpet that is about a year old is. Unless you have sealed your jeep damn well and keep it dry and clean, carpet goes from nice to mildewed over night. SOOO i asked a guy that worked at advanced auto if they had anything like rhino liner that i could apply. Well they have some sprays but the best stuff they had was Bondo Truck Liner. At $60 a kit, i couldn't help but resist to buy it. Now i am the impacient type of person which does not go well with doing a good clean job but this was so simple that it worked out great. Now the kit comes with a roller and a 50/50 quick drying mixture so once you start you better finish. It goes on extremely easily and thick and it took from about 1 PM to 5PM with the help of my girlfriend and another buddy. It takes 24 hours to dry which is not bad either. I took some photos so check out my website. Thanks, for more help or information just post! enjoy

PS> I TOOK MORE PICTURES TODAY AFTER I PUT EVERYTHING BACK IN THE JEEP. IT LOOKS AWESOME AND I'LL GET THOSE PICS UP ON THE SITE BY TOMMARROW EVENING.

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Posted 11 April 2004 - 08:12 AM

Nice job Alex. I'll be looking for the completed pics when you can get them.
I notice that you did this job outside. Was there a strong smell to this stuff? Is it fire-retardant? Does it have a porous finish to it like Rino-liner?
How bout cleaning it (once you have to), will the dirt/mud etc. come off cleanly?


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Posted 11 April 2004 - 02:39 PM

Nice Job, I have the same questions as Sky.
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Posted 16 April 2004 - 08:29 AM

I just added Herculiner to my jeep and waited a day and a half.
One full gallon and it's as hard as a rock! :strong:

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Posted 16 April 2004 - 08:06 PM

Shep,
It looked good the other night at tower shops.

If you like, I'll take some pictures of it at the picnic.
Come early. John (my neighbor)is going to meet me there around 7am. He is bringing coffee. I plan to recon the site tomorrow to make sure there is a grill there and to check out other possible sites.

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Posted 16 April 2004 - 08:55 PM

Oh yeah, I forgot...

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Posted 22 April 2004 - 10:24 PM

Yea, this roll on stuff is very solid. Its not a bad investment for so cheap. Sorry i never got those other pics up and never answered those questions. All i know is it looks great and so far is holding up. I highly recommend it as an alternative to spray down bedliners and professionally done jobs. Of course it may not be AS great but it will sure as hell save you the rust and $350+ for professional jobs.

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