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Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby Minnesota [OP] » Sep 02 2012, 3:50am

One of the hill billys that owned my truck before I did once sprayed in their own bed liner (DIY kinda thing) and looks like they never touched it up every year because the thing is completely torn up and looks like hell. I bought Dupli-Colors Bed Armor ($100) and can't use it until I can scrape up the rest of the bed-liner. Is there a better way to remove it than the way I'm doing; hands and knees with a chisel. Been at it for more than an hour and have hardly made any progress. I will try to use a power sprayer at work next week but would like to get this finished by Monday.
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby garcia946 » Sep 02 2012, 3:59am

pretty much what your doing is the only way to remove it... elbow grease....
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby Speed Nut » Sep 02 2012, 5:20am

How about a wire wheel on a drill? or try getting it sand blasted.
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Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby Mikez94 » Sep 02 2012, 5:29am

the wire wheel on a drill sounds like itd tear it up
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby jarmour05 » Sep 02 2012, 5:46am

I suppose for me I would say +1 on the wire wheel idea..I would'nt get crazy with it and deliberately tear up your bed but wouldnt hurt too bad considering your recoating it with bed armor
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby 05sierra1500 » Sep 02 2012, 6:07am

try nail polish remover...that shit will eat up anything!
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby 1baddad » Sep 02 2012, 7:45am

Lots of sand paper or a CUP brush. Trust me it takes a little longer but you control the depth and after your done wash it out real good and let it dry. Then buy some stuff to primer the bed before spraying in the new liner.
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby BlackZ71Silverado » Sep 02 2012, 9:50pm

Why put a junk off the shelf spray can liner back in it? Do yourself a favor and have it done with Line-X. It will last forever and is the best you can get. You should not have to touch up a bed liner every year, they are a once and done application. The next guy will be saying the same thing you did about the "hillbilly owner" when he is trying to revome the crappy duplicolor.

Stay away from a coat of primer on the bed when you do it. No need to spray primer like suggested above, the material will not stick properly. That liner is not made to stick to a painted surface. You need to prep the bed properly and have it really ruffed up for it to be right, that's why they give you a red scratch pad with the kit. You are going to need more than one of those though.
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby dieseloutlaw270 » Sep 02 2012, 10:02pm

+1 on the line x
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Re: Need help removing spray in bed-liner PLEASE!

Postby Zone » Sep 02 2012, 10:54pm

Looks like Duplicolor is already in it!
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