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October 11, 2017, 10:10 PM #1625

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Really? Iíve heard the exact opposite. That it doesnít stain or fade


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    October 11, 2017, 11:33 PM #1626

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    Originally posted by Madbuzz41
    Really? Iíve heard the exact opposite. That it doesnít stain or fade


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    I had a tundra that was completely raptor liner in a gray shade.  I was afraid that the texture finish would be hard to get completely clean but to my surprise it cleaned up exceptionally well. Over the 1.5 year I had it the colour held great. Cheaper roll on bed liner from Canadian tire fade after time (black in particular)

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      October 12, 2017, 07:00 AM #1627

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      Originally posted by j.onathan
      I had a tundra that was completely raptor liner in a gray shade.  I was afraid that the texture finish would be hard to get completely clean but to my surprise it cleaned up exceptionally well. Over the 1.5 year I had it the colour held great. Cheaper roll on bed liner from Canadian tire fade after time (black in particular)

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      Do you have any pictures of the truck


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        October 12, 2017, 08:17 AM #1628

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        Originally posted by Madbuzz41
        Do you have any pictures of the truck


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        Check them out on my Google drive link

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          October 12, 2017, 03:39 PM #1629

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          Originally posted by j.onathan
          Check them out on my Google drive link

          https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8kcC-cvkn1WSUdHazVHbnQ0OHM



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          That looks sweet. How durable was it? Was it like a chalkboard?

          Am I just being naive to think that besides it looking flat , it doesnít look like a bedliner? In black , you can see the texture a mile away. But I find with a colour itís a lot harder to tell. Especially if I do mine (white top and dark grey bottom) I donít think itíll be that visible.


          Hereís a couple coloured vehicles and 20/20 you canít even tell I think.




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            Originally posted by Madbuzz41

            That looks sweet. How durable was it? Was it like a chalkboard?

            Am I just being naive to think that besides it looking flat , it doesnít look like a bedliner? In black , you can see the texture a mile away. But I find with a colour itís a lot harder to tell. Especially if I do mine (white top and dark grey bottom) I donít think itíll be that visible.


            Hereís a couple coloured vehicles and 20/20 you canít even tell I think.




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            Nothing like a chalkboard. It has a heavy texture. If you zoom in on the pics of the truck in the sun on my link  you'll be able to see the texture. I wasn't able to scratch it with a key


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              Originally posted by j.onathan
              Nothing like a chalkboard. It has a heavy texture. If you zoom in on the pics of the truck in the sun on my link  you'll be able to see the texture. I wasn't able to scratch it with a key


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              I meant dense/scratch resistant like a chalkboard, not the smooth part.
              How aggressive was it? I know thatís spraying dependant though. Did you ever regret it?
              You couldnít scratch it at all? Oh nice.
              Thatís pretty hard then. Thatís kinda what I want.


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                October 12, 2017, 04:29 PM #1632

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                Originally posted by Madbuzz41

                I meant dense/scratch resistant like a chalkboard, not the smooth part.
                How aggressive was it? I know thatís spraying dependant though. Did you ever regret it?
                You couldnít scratch it at all? Oh nice.
                Thatís pretty hard then. Thatís kinda what I want.


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