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ooja3k 11-30-2011 11:33 AM

Cleanability of Bedlined Wheels?
 
Just about to do this on my offroad set of wheels, and potentially on my 20's, but how hard is it to clean the sprayed on bedliner??

Does it basically always look dirty?

I am assuming paint would be much easier to clean due to the lack of texture, but I wanted to see if anyone knew more...

Thanks,
Ryan

67rally 12-01-2011 12:03 PM

Re: Cleanability of Bedlined Wheels?
 
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Originally Posted by ooja3k (Post 524713)
Just about to do this on my offroad set of wheels, and potentially on my 20's, but how hard is it to clean the sprayed on bedliner??

Does it basically always look dirty?

I am assuming paint would be much easier to clean due to the lack of texture, but I wanted to see if anyone knew more...

Thanks,
Ryan

Just a guess, but I think they would be tough to keep clean with all the texture. Have you thought about plastidipping them?

Crestwood1001 12-01-2011 12:05 PM

All you would need is a semi stiff brush to scrub them when your washing

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ooja3k 12-01-2011 01:37 PM

Re: Cleanability of Bedlined Wheels?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Crestwood1001 (Post 525377)
All you would need is a semi stiff brush to scrub them when your washing

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That would be my guess as well.

I ended up spraying the wheels last night. They turned out great!

I won't know for sure on how well they clean up until i get them dirty. Guess its time to hit some trails :thumbsup:


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