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Do-It-Yourself Brush-On Truck Bed Liner
Jeff Stauffer, Old World Industries, Northbrook, Ill.: "Our Herculiner is a do-it-yourself brush-on truck bed liner that can be applied in three to four hours.
  "Less expensive than professionally-applied spray-on liners and plastic drop-in liners, Herculiner is a mixture of a polyurethane coating and rubber granules. It provides a tough, skid-resistant finish that won't flake or peel and adheres to itself for easy repairs.
  "First, thoroughly clean the bed with Zylene or acetone (not included). Then, scuff the surface with the pad included in the kit. Next, apply the product 1/16th in. thick per coat (apply as many coats as you desire) with the brush and rollers (included). Takes six to eight hours to set up for light-duty use; 24 hours to completely cure."
  Kit costs $99 and is suitable for a 6-ft. bed. An extra quart priced at $29.99 is needed for 8-ft. bed.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Old World Industries, 4065 Commercial Ave., Northbrook, Ill. 60062 (ph toll-free 877 437-2854).

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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #4