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POR-15 OEM Bed Liner truck bed and underbody coating offers superior adhesion, impact resistance, and flexibility, as well as an attractive texturized gloss black finish that provides the ultimate in rubberized truck bed and undercoating protection. Our truck bed liner is UV stable and will resist damage typically caused by exposure to UV. POR-15 truck bed liner is a low-odor product that can be cleaned with soap and water and does not have a limiting pot life. POR-15 OEM Bed Liner also has good sound dampening qualities, making it a good choice for soundproofing. Any unused product can be resealed in its container and used later for touch-up or on other projects. For the ultimate rust protection and impact resistance, use the 3-Step Stop Rust System and apply over POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating. OEM Truck Bed Liner and Underbody Coating can be used on metal or wood substrates to achieve an anti-slip surface.
One gallon of POR-15 OEM Bed Liner will cover approximately 100-120 square feet. This is enough coating to properly apply the recommended 2-coats to all standard-sized 6 foot truck beds.
Drop-in liners trap moisture, causing rust. POR-15 OEM Bedliner conforms to whatever it applied to, providing great protection and a customized look.
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I purchased 2 gallons off of Ebay to do a bedliner (that was absolutely no problem, and it was new stock). I had a body shop prep the bed for me and they did it right except for a few spots which flaked off within a week (not the products fault but rather to show that the rest of the prep job was good except for those spots). I applied over 1 1/2 gallons to a 5' Colorado bed.
I had a hard time getting build so I sprayed coat after coat and let it dry in between. It also feels more 'plasticy' than rubbery.
I am sure that if it would go to 'court' and got all torn apart there are probably minor application errors I made but regardless of that I am still very disappointed with the feel and durability. The places/edges where I masked off didn't make a nice line. It doesn't take much at all to chip it, especially at the edges. Of course, it didn't all start peeling off or chipping, but it seems like unless it is at a perfect or partially protected spot then it chips off. I have only hauled 1 load of junk on this bed and it is simply not holding up. (With that being said, the bottom which has the most build seems to be a little better). I am planning to put the old plastic liner cover on the inside of the tailgate again because the coating will soon chip off and start damaging the tailgate when I use my pickup for anything more than a taxi.
So, now I have spent over $250 on the materials, plus $175 for labor to prep the bed, plus my own labor, and I could have gotten a real application including prep for $500-600. Don't know how I would get the old liner out of my bed now.....
I rolled it but the texture was a little spotty, so I added a third coat and it looked like it was sprayed. Much happier with the look now and It is holding up great. I also used the Stop rust system as a primer before I applied this.
This is a high quality product with great results! Recommend to anyone! 👍🏼👍🏼
I used a roller just like the instructions said to on both coats but it didn’t have the texture I wanted. It still is a very tough coating and will buy again but spray it instead next time
Great product. I applied mine by roller and brush. I tried spraying it on but don't believe my air compressor could keep up with volume of air loose being sprayed . I applied two coats of oem bedliner an one coat of rust prevention before bedliner.
All product are great an I highly recommend all their products.
Surface Preparation: Proper surface preparation is essential to achieve a high quality finish. Read the SDS sheet and wear proper protection, which may include gloves, eye protection, and/or other protective devices.
Previously Finished or Primed Surfaces:Using POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser ensures that the surface is clean, dry, and free from oil, grease, dirt, salts, and any other contaminants. All blistered and loose paint must be removed. All bare areas must be primed with POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating before a full coat is applied. Glossy surfaces should be roughened before recoating.
Bare Steel:Using POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser clean all surfaces to ensure they are free of loose rust, mill scale and contaminants such as oil, grease, dirt, and salts. You must use POR-15 Metal Prep if you are painting on new steel, galvanized metal, aluminum, or any smooth metal surface.
Application Information:REMEMBER TO STIR THIS PRODUCT BEFORE AND DURING USE. A gallon of POR-15 OEM Bed Liner will cover approximately 100-120 square feet. This is enough coating to properly apply the recommended 2-coats to all standard-sized 6 foot truck beds. Apply when air, surface and product temperatures are above 50°F (10°C) and surface temperature is at least 5°F (3°C) above the dew point*. Avoid exterior application late in the day when dew and condensation are likely to form or if rain is expected. *Air and surface temperatures must remain above 50ºF (10ºC) for the next 24 hours. PROTECT FROM FREEZING. Once applied POR-15 OEM Bed Liner will be ready for light-duty use in 24 hours and regular use in 48 hours.
Application Equipment:Brush Use a high quality nylon brush. Roller Use all-purpose short nap shed resistant phenolic core roller.
Clean Up Instructions:Clean hands and all tools using soap and water before POR-15 OEM Bed Liner has dried. Make sure the container lid is securely sealed back on to container. Unused POR-15 OEM Bed Liner can be used at any time.
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