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White Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did not know what to expect I purchased the Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner not for a truck bed liner but to cover the rusty areas around the top of the wheel openings on the front fenders and bed and rear bumper of my 98 Dodge pick up truck. I cleaned the rust off with soft scrub and Bar Keepers friend as best I could. I rinsed the areas well and when everything was dry, I taped off the areas with painters tape. I then mixed only half of the contents of the containers because I was not sure of the working time before the product started to dry. I did one side and the back bumper the first day and the other side the following day. I used an inexpensive paint brush because the small roller I had did not work well. The product dried quickly (24 hrs) and so far ii looks good and is working well. Time will tell if the rust works it way through. Actually the color was pretty close to the original color of the truck, so it looks OK. Ron
Date published: 2015-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product This stuff is as tuff as nails. Will recommend it for marine and auto use great stuff.......
Date published: 2015-05-24
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
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How do you prep it for fiberglass? I want to use it around my air and other units going through the fiberglass roof.

Asked by: Randy
Prepping for Fiberglass would be the same as for painted surfaces. You need to sand with 120-220 grit sandpaper to ensure adhesion. Then clean with a wax and grease remover such as our Pre Painting Prep.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-08-06

can you recoat on top of previous applied gatorliner and at what timeframe should you wait to do so?

Asked by: louis
According to Dominion Seal who makes Gator Guard only one coat is recommended to avoid over application. This product isn't stronger with more coats.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-08-02

Can I paint my cj5 completly with this product andvwill It work in a spray gun

Asked by: Dan the jeep man
Applying a bed liner to the outside of a vehicle is a great way to have a durable finish. We recommend an undercoating gun to apply thick bed liner products.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-08-01

Can I spray this over Rhino-Liner ?

Asked by: Lucky Lou
While we have never tested this over an existing bed liner system it should be possible as long as care is taken to scuff and thoroughly abrade the existing bed liner.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-16

can I get tint from Eastwood? if so how would I go about it? I would like to end up with tan.

Asked by: AngryIron
We don't directly sell the tint. If you purchase the white all you would need to do is swing by a local auto paint supplier who has tints.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-06-26


Asked by: EVERT
You would need to put down an epoxy primer over the bare metal first.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-06-11

Will it stick to fiberglass?

Asked by: Jim10
As long as the fiberglass is properly abraded and prepped you would be fine.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-04-30

Can i apply this to the hull of my fiberglass boat? I know i can use line-x but i would like to roll this on the bottom of my boat.

Asked by: Jcarr
While this product would adhere to fiberglass, this is a truck bed liner that we have never tested for longevity when painted on a boat.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-04-09
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White Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner

White Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner

Item #10429Z Brand: Dominion

Tough, durable liner in white seals and protects your truck bed
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Only $67.99


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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

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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.

Not for sale or use in California. Eastwood Paints are formulated to meet National Rule VOC regulations, check with your local and state guidelines as some areas may have stricter regulations than others.


(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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