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Old 05-17-2011, 02:37 PM   #1
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spay in bedliner

Has anyone done the spray in bedliner on their bus floor? Looking at more options, vinyl,wood, and now spray in bed liner.
I was told since i have galv steel floor I would have to use something like galv prep.
but if someone did this already and could outline the steps to ensure the bedliner will stick I would appreciate it.
And any good recomends on a bed liner product. ( this is a DIY job) so I will spray it myself.
There was a guy on Ebay selling kits that seemed pretty good think it was linerxxtreeme product.
there is also a brand called raptor that i can get from local paint place.
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Old 05-17-2011, 02:58 PM   #2
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Re: spay in bedliner

Pretty expensive!! I did the doorway/steps area. Cant say I would do it again though. It inevitably bubbled a little and peeled. I prepped it good, but corners are tough, unless you sandblast.
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Old 05-17-2011, 03:12 PM   #3
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Re: spay in bedliner

Appriciate it!
I was worried about something like that would happen. Like you said its $$$ even to do it your self.
Thanks for the input.

http://www.sprayonbedliners.info/home.html
This is their website. I talked to the guy a year ago on and off and finally decided to buy the product.. called him left message never got back with me. (guess I had too many questions the last time). He wanted $850.00 for hopper gun and all materail enough to do the entire bus floor....
I am just now sitting with a bare floor and thinking of what to do.
I would go ahead and do a wood subfloor and then vinyl over that but my plans are to use half the bus as a kitchen (I like too cook and camp) so there is a good chance of water getting on the floor.
So maybe I just cure the lil rust I have on the floor now and glue down a sheet of vinyl over it and call it a day?
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Old 05-17-2011, 03:31 PM   #4
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Re: spay in bedliner

This is what I did with mine, after phosphoric acid on a few surface rust spots:
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Old 05-17-2011, 03:51 PM   #5
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Re: spay in bedliner

This is what I did with mine, after phosphoric acid on a few surface rust spots:


nice work. is that spray on or roll on. and how is it holding up? And that is directly over the galv metal floor?
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nice work opus
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