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Becoming Limitless

by ss Daniel Kamesh kamesh (2019-04-29)

A professional Becoming Limitless Review spray on liner, like one from Line-X or Rhino Coatings, derives it's durability from the type of coating and from the thickness. The material in these professional liners comes as a two-part paint that's extra tough and extra fast drying. The real key to the durability though is the thickness of the coating. Professional liners consist of up to about 5 gallons of "paint." Put that much roll on bed liner paint on yourself and you'll see very little savings over letting somebody else do it for you.But for many applications, a paint on bed liner works well enough. Especially for older trucks, the do-it-yourself coating certainly improves looks. It adds a measure of protection at the same time. Here's how to make sure the coating works for you. Cleaning the surface to be coated is nothing but boring work, but it is essential as a first step to get paint to stay on. Cleaning must include using a solvent that will remove old grease and wax. Just washing won't do. Paint can't stick to a greasy waxed surface.After cleaning comes some rough work. It's rough sanding that must happen. No fine sanding is required but very rough sanding helps the paint stick and stay stuck. On an older truck the sanding step is where you get to repair existing damage while you are at work.