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|What brand spray liner is it? Do you know or do you know how to tell? "MOST" of them offer some form of warranty aspect and will administer a touch up over time to maintain them.
I've found the Linex to be like grissel off a steak in some ways (over stated). Rhino Liners tend to be more rubberized like a rubber stamp but now both companies have variants of the other in ways.
I'm a fan of the spray in's due to the fact they dont take up much room in the truck, especially in the corners and around the wheel well areas and leave a lot of the beds original functionality. The plastic ones as someone described due tend to slide around and god forbid you get any small debris or rocks between it and the bed it will scratch it. Thus possibly making you consider the spray in to make it look better later anyway. lol
What I am NOT a fan of and I'm positive I've made several references towards it and or remarks is that if you're using a topper/camper shell/Flip-Pac type unit: DO NOT USE A SPRAY IN LINER, most regrettably more-so in the hotter climate states towards the west or South.
These liners give off gasses that can be toxic to breath at any age of use, obviously the newer the worse but still yet.
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