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Old 12-08-2013, 01:51 AM
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depends on how you do it... you doin it yourself or havin it sprayed? i found that the bedliner from autozone and other automotive stores rolls/sprays on really thin and hard to build up layers and its a very sandpaper like finish so its very hard to keep clean. dirt just grabs onto it and doesnt want to let go. even with a high pressure power washer some of the dirt wont come off. one trick my buddy uses tho is he uses the tire shine products on them when he washes them and the bedliner will look like it is freshly sprayed on for a week or so. but with the scorpion coating and line-x that i have i can just spray it with the power washer and all the dirt runs right off and looks new again

hope that helps ya out bud
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