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Reviewed in Canada on August 4, 2021
Make sure to keep your pressure at 60 psi. Hold bottle upright when first starting or material will fall out. I did my hood, rocker panels both sides. Front and rear bumper, and the back of the box bottom corner. I used 1 whole kit to do this. I would definitely need 2 kits to do my whole truck but I just wanted to add some strength and protection to certain parts. It's very easy to apply. I sprayed about 20 inches from surfaces I was applying it to. It was difficult to do the rocker panels as I should have jacked the truck up higher but I made it work. I would purchase again but I would probably go with a colored tintable kit instead. Make sure to have an inline regulator at the gun and have it set between 60 - 80 psi. I used 60 psi.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Make sure to prep your material very well or liner will not stick and peel off.
By Blake on August 4, 2021
Make sure to keep your pressure at 60 psi. Hold bottle upright when first starting or material will fall out. I did my hood, rocker panels both sides. Front and rear bumper, and the back of the box bottom corner. I used 1 whole kit to do this. I would definitely need 2 kits to do my whole truck but I just wanted to add some strength and protection to certain parts. It's very easy to apply. I sprayed about 20 inches from surfaces I was applying it to. It was difficult to do the rocker panels as I should have jacked the truck up higher but I made it work. I would purchase again but I would probably go with a colored tintable kit instead. Make sure to have an inline regulator at the gun and have it set between 60 - 80 psi. I used 60 psi.
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