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02-04-2011, 08:14 AM #1
How can i smooth out the look of duplicolor spray on bedliner?
Ok i have a 04 silverado and it has 222,000 miles and started to have some paint chipped on the bottom corners and starting to rust, soo i sandblasted and cleaned up all the rust, and painted the lower portion with duplicolor spray on bedliner (the same stuff i used under my bedliner and rail caps) well anyways since it is on the side of the truck you can see the blotchy spots in the paint. is there anyway to kinda even this out at all with wax or something similar (I am not talking about the texture I know its a rough texture), the truck was in a heated garage for a few days before and after it was painted, (and nice and warm in there when spraying was done) anyone else do this or have this problem?
Sorry all i had was my phone to take picts but you can kinda see a lil bit on what i am talking about in the first pict. From a distance the paint dont look evenly smooth
And the rust that i was talking about
02-06-2011, 01:39 PM #2
The bedliner coating isn't supposed to be smooth, it's designes to be sprayed on thick in multiple coats...
Tim a.k.a. Da' Boulder
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