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White Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great also for marine use... We used GatorGuard II on the aluminum pontoons on a boat, which were leaking due to electrolysis. We put screws in the holes and then painted the pontoons, and 6 years later they still don't leak. Tough coating! This time we are trying it as non-skid deck paint on the deck of a fiberglass, pleasure cabin/cruising trawler. Ordering it was considerably less expensive than the retail shop. Shipping arrived timely. Very pleased with this product and Eastwood.
Date published: 2014-04-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked well must stir really good to start. I bought this for my new small bed truck. To really do it right on the bottom of the 5x7 bed you need two kits. It was pretty easy, turned out well but two kits to do it right.
Date published: 2014-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality and applied easily with a brush. Product was shipped quickly. I used it on my boat and was quite surprised.It looks good and durable. I found that brushing it on was easier than rolling it on.
Date published: 2014-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product I will say one kit is enough to coat the bottom of my 1995 Ural side car body, however one kit is not enough to coat the entire interior of the side car body.
Date published: 2013-10-22
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I want to paint the inside of the drawers on my tool box, could I spray this with a 1.8 mm tip in my paint gun ?

Asked by: wannaBelkhuntin
You will not be able to spray with a 1.8 tip, you'll need to use an undercoating gun which has a much larger tip.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-03-14

What tint is best used with GatorGuard liner?

Asked by: Gimpie
It can be tinted with a universal colorant - these are materials usually found in automotive basecoat mixing systems.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-03-14

Could this be used on the underbody of a car or truck to protect the vehicle from rock chips and such? I am interested in using it instead of undercoating.

Asked by: TKLockwood
Yes, any truck bed liner could be used as a durable underbody coating as well.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-01-05

Can this product be used as a protective liner for metal stairs that are wet when used? Considering a product like this for a set of stairs leading to a water slide.

Asked by: Clarson
No, we do not recommend this product being used on stairs.
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2014-12-19

is this product paintable?

Asked by: 12valvet
No, but it can be tinted up to 10% with a universal colorant
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-04-01

Will this work for a trailer roof?

Asked by: mrpat
Not really what you'd want for a trailer roof. That would need something with flex. An elastomeric paint would be better like what is used on Mobile home roofing. 
Answered by: laura
Date published: 2015-01-30

Does this product remain flexible when dry. Similar to the two big name spray on  bed liners or does it dry hard

Asked by: loucifer
It will remain flexible. It should be noted that if the product is applied thicker than 10-15 mils you may loose some of the flexibility of the product, which may result in chipping if a hard impact occurs.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-01-30

Will it adhere to automotive plastics? like underbody plastics and bumper plastics.

Asked by: gmcmanis
The Gator Guard liner should adhere to plastic with no issues, as long as the surace has been sanded (I'd recommend aggressively, with at least 180 grit paper), and you've used a plastic adhesion promoter.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-01-30
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White Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner

Item #10429Z Brand: Dominion

Tough, durable liner in white seals and protects your truck bed


Gator Guard II Liner Kit in white seals and protects your truck bed A truck bed that's lined with a tough, durable coating like Gator Guard II increases your truck's resale value, reduces maintenance, and adds a nicely detailed look.
  • 2-part epoxy formula
  • White
  • Just spray, brush or roll on
  • 1 kit covers 32 sq. ft.

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About White Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner

The tough durable coating that seals and protects! Increase resale value, reduce maintenance and add a detailed look. Drop in liners can warp and trap water and contaminants that lead to bed corrosion. This two part epoxy is easy to apply with a wide brush, roller or sprayed with Undercoating Gun (16030A). Cured finish is flexible at low temperatures, offers a non-skid chip resistant finish. Adheres to firmly adhereing paint or bare metal. Degrease area to be coated and mask. One kit covers 32 square feet. Most truck beds require 2 kits. 2 or more kits are available at a discounted price.


(Q) How long after application must I wait to use the truck bed?
(A) At 72 degrees Fahrenheit, surface will remain tacky for 7 hours. After 48 hours, surface will have no product transfer and may be used for heavy loads. Do not wash surface with soap, water or any other solvents for at least 2 days after application.



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