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blog Saturday, March 10, 2007 @ 6:47 PM
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I want to paint my engine bay with the bed liner paint. My question is, can that paint take the heat if used in there? I found the paint and instructions to use it, but nothing about temperatures.
 
Any help is appreciated.
 
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gunner_501
Mar 10th, 2007 @ 8:52 PM


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I called a friend that sprays in the bedliners and he said if your headers are more than 3 inches away from the liner you should be ok .. he also said to be careful not to get any on the hoses or wiring as some brands have a mild acid in them that may harm that stuff .. hope this helps

5.0literriceeater
Mar 11th, 2007 @ 12:10 PM


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Go to a automotive paint and supply shop and have them give mix you a couple of cans of your factory paint code color in an aerosol can.  These shops can even color match the stuff for a couple bucks more if you give them your fuel door to go by.  This should be almost as easy as spraying that bed liker in there.

thunderbolt64
Mar 11th, 2007 @ 1:12 PM


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I think the bedliner paint may be a mistake. It might hold dirt in, and be hard to get the dirt out. Kinda like houses with stuck-o.

If you take your time, tape evrything off, you can use the aerosol, or even use a small touch-up gun, & you can get a nicer looking engine bay.



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