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This stuff is paint on bedliner called Herculiner.  It's chemical resistant, not chemical proof.  It's should stand up for a good while.  When it gets thin you can re-roll.  It bonds to itself well.  You can also use it on wood.  It cost me $70 for a gallon which was more than enough.  It has a great slip resistant grit.  It's very thick and fills up all the nooks and crannies.  Here's the link http://www.herculiner.com/.  I bought it at Autozone.  They also sell it at Northern Tools and Tractor Supply.

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looks good ed


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Ed I am going on two years now with it in my box truck. I put it in when I bought it and plus it is up the wall 3 ft around, it has worked out really well so you should be happy with it. Just thought I would share that with ya.

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This stuff is paint on bedliner called Herculiner.  It's chemical resistant, not chemical proof.  It's should stand up for a good while.  When it gets thin you can re-roll.  It bonds to itself well.  You can also use it on wood.  It cost me $70 for a gallon which was more than enough.  It has a great slip resistant grit.  It's very thick and fills up all the nooks and crannies.  Here's the link http://www.herculiner.com/.  I bought it at Autozone.  They also sell it at Northern Tools and Tractor Supply.



Thanks for the tip! I'm storing them all away for converting my trailer in the spring. Saving the floor in a closed trailer is a must! 

Recommended by a Thompson... has to be good! 

 



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This stuff is paint on bedliner called Herculiner.  It's chemical resistant, not chemical proof.  It's should stand up for a good while.  When it gets thin you can re-roll.  It bonds to itself well.  You can also use it on wood.  It cost me $70 for a gallon which was more than enough.  It has a great slip resistant grit.  It's very thick and fills up all the nooks and crannies.  Here's the link http://www.herculiner.com/.  I bought it at Autozone.  They also sell it at Northern Tools and Tractor Supply.



Yes we all have to do something to protect our beds. If you cant do the Hot Spray style liner the Herculiner is a good option.

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Ed thats a great product and a great price,I paid $90 a gallon. I used it on my trailer floor, I put a 3/4" plywood floor over the original and then used the Herculiner on that floor. I went about about 3 feet up the wall as well....Two coats took a gallon and a half.

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I'll remember that when i get a flat bed going next summer. Is there anything better than rubber mats?

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Looks like pretty good bedliner.  Anything to protect your vehicle from shc.

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That came out real nice for DIY!

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I used some cheap spray on stuff from Autozone 4 or 5 years ago but it started to peel off right away. Does the Herculiner stay on?

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  Home Depot sells something called Restore.  It may work well as a bedliner.  It sticks good to wood and concrete and is thick.

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I tried to get a sample form this company but to no avail, maybe a distributor might have some better luck. Seems like it could be an asset from what I have researched. It is used in landfills and contains jet fuel spills etc. it acts as a bladder and is extremely resistant to corrosion. Any thoughts about this?

There are many different types and uses manufactured by this company. I am sure they would want to only sell on a wholesale level.

http://www.xr-5.com/home.html

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