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So looking at my truck and the faded grey plastic is starting to bother me. Considered replacing it. However I got the idea that maybe a bedliner product would be a better choice. Makes sense for the rear bumper and bed rails. Just gotta decide if I want a more grippy texture like the OEM spray liner in the bed or more of the rough stuff like the other liners out there. Possible a rubberized undercoating spray? Has anyone else done this? I've seen pictures of Jeep's where they used it on the bumper caps and looks good

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So looking at my truck and the faded grey plastic is starting to bother me. Considered replacing it. However I got the idea that maybe a bedliner product would be a better choice. Makes sense for the rear bumper and bed rails. Just gotta decide if I want a more grippy texture like the OEM spray liner in the bed or more of the rough stuff like the other liners out there. Possible a rubberized undercoating spray? Has anyone else done this? I've seen pictures of Jeep's where they used it on the bumper caps and looks good

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I used this for my truck. See the before and after photos. And this was just the first time. The more you apply it, the more it restores to the original color


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I used this for my truck. See the before and after photos. And this was just the first time. The more you apply it, the more it restores to the original color


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Looks good! How's it holding up with the elements and washes? I was thinking bedliner product as it will add durability and some grip. Seems like the way to go

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Looks good! How's it holding up with the elements and washes? I was thinking bedliner product as it will add durability and some grip. Seems like the way to go

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Been using it since November 2016. So far so good. And I live close to the equator. So plenty of sun. I would recommend you trying it out.

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So looking at my truck and the faded grey plastic is starting to bother me. Considered replacing it. However I got the idea that maybe a bedliner product would be a better choice. Makes sense for the rear bumper and bed rails. Just gotta decide if I want a more grippy texture like the OEM spray liner in the bed or more of the rough stuff like the other liners out there.
Possible a rubberized undercoating spray? Has anyone else done this? I've seen pictures of Jeep's where they used it on the bumper caps and looks good

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I painted them on my last Frontier but I just used regular black paint for plastic.
 

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I painted them with spray can bed liner a few months back. The back to black type stuff never lasted me long. The gray has always bothered me anyway. I already painted the gray grill black. I’ll try and snap some pics tomorrow. Already dark here now.


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