Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol
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Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol

Part No. BAA2010 Warranty Details  
Dupli-Color Bed Armor; Do-It-Yourself Truck Bed Liner is a water-based, rubberized polyurethane coating. It is ideal for protecting truck beds, and all other metal, aluminum, fiberglass, and wood surfaces. This special formulation won't chip, fade, or flake and has a textured, black satin finish that provides the ultimate in truck bed protection. Product Features: Do-It-Yourself Truck Bed Liner, Easy To Use Water-Based Polyurethane Coating , Durable And Rubberized Finish Extends Bed Life, Impact Resistant Finish Won't Flake, Chip, Or Peel and can be used on Metal, Wood, Fiberglass, and Concrete., No Recoat Window, Allow To Cure 48 Hours Before Heavy-Duty Use, Use To Cut In Hard To Reach Areas Or For Touch Up
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Abrasion Resistant:Yes
Additional Tools/Materials Required:No
Application Method:DIY Spray
Chemical Resistant:Yes
Color:Black
Coverage Area Per Container/Kit:16 sq ft
Drying/Curing Time:48 hours
Fade Resistant:Yes
Impact Resistant:Yes
Installation Instructions Included:Yes
Liquid:No
Universal:Yes

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DuplicolorBed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol
 
3.5

(based on 28 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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  • 4 Stars

     

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  • 3 Stars

     

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  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

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    (7)

71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (10)
  • Easy to install (7)
  • Attractive (6)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Customizing the exterior (9)
  • Restoration (8)
  • Everyday driving (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Truck enthusiast (8), Auto enthusiast (6), Mechanic (6), Casual driver (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Works great

I've gone through 13 cans of this stuff and I really like it. It doesn't smell as strong as other sprays, It applies pretty easy. If you can do well with rattle can...Read complete review

I've gone through 13 cans of this stuff and I really like it. It doesn't smell as strong as other sprays, It applies pretty easy. If you can do well with rattle can paint then you can use this stuff. It is very messy though so make sure you tape off and cover everything you don't want covered in your area. If you don't follow the directions and try to do heavy coats you will get runs just like paint and it is a pain to clean up if you do so. If you do get small runs I recommend you blot it gently with a crumbled rag to pick up excess and give texture. I used this to coat 5 rims on my Jeep and it has held up great to road chemicals and such. It doesn't fade in the sun so I also used it to cover my fender flares, bumpers and side steps. It has held up great for over a year on my Jeep.
TIPS: It doesn't seem to cover as much as what the can says, but it's close. Wipe the nozzle with a rag THEN clear the nozzle. Shake very thoroughly at start and throughout use. Wear gloves, it's hard to clean off. Alcohol works good to clean it off paint and glass. Let it set up for a day before re-assembly if you are painting parts. Let it dry for a couple of hours then take tape off using a razor to get a clean tape line.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Didnt apply well

I bought this product to use on two ATV racks. Wow did it make a mess. Runs, drips, and sloooow drying. I had the racks sand blasted first. Then I used a...Read complete review

I bought this product to use on two ATV racks. Wow did it make a mess. Runs, drips, and sloooow drying. I had the racks sand blasted first. Then I used a self etching primer. Then last, use this product. It applys very heavy an fast. Looks like im going to have to sand this junk off and start over. Off to[@] to buy there product. I didnt know it was a water base product till i got home. Oh by the way, i did the back rack in [@] product and it turned out wonderful. This stuff is[$] at advance and [@] is $7.99. Wont buy again. Went in the trash can! ALL in all its water based [*]in a can for [$]bucks.

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5.0

Used as a more durable undercoating

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from Indiana Pa

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Install

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Customizing The Exterior
    • Restoration

    Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

    Follow the prep for this product and it installs well. Rolled most of the undercarriage on my 65 and used this to get the corners where the roller was difficult to reach.

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    4.0

    I would recommend this product

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    from Michigan

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    Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

    Great product to cover rust

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    5.0

    Love it

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    from Newark, Ohio

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    Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

    Used it to paint my Jeep YJ exterior. Good stuff

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    4.0

    Good stuff

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    from Newark, Ohio

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    Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

    Good stuff, was to apply

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    1.0

    Pretty Much Useless if you want to use it as a bed liner

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    from Indiana

    Pros

    • Looks Decent

    Cons

    • Nozzel

    Best Uses

    • Where durability is not needed

    Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

    Sprays on on if you keep a rag handy to wipe off nozzle every could of passes. It looks on when sprayed but dry's very soft. After 4 days in about 70 to 75 degree sun you can peel it off with your finger nail. Used 180 grit sand paper then a cleaner to promote adhesion it still does not seem like it would hold up on a truck bed if you use shovels or haul heavy stuff in the bed. Will not buy again

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    4.0

    liked it,applies well,covers very well.

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    from pa.

    Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

    Lots of uses for this stuff,last time I used it to cover up some repairs on a rocker panel,works great.Notice alot of people complained about the drying time,seemed normal to me.

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    1.0

    junk

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    from rochester n.y.

    Pros

      Cons

      • Both Cans Were Bad Produc

      Best Uses

        Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

        purchased two cans and both were junk, came out like tooth past, and yes i shook the h--- out of both cans. wast of my time returning to store

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        (18 of 38 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Just... Bad

        By 

        from Virginia

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        Pros

        • None

        Cons

        • Dry Time

        Best Uses

        • None

        Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

        Flows out smooth, which is sort of the opposite of the desired effect when applying what is supposed to be a textured bed liner. It seems the trick is to apply several extremely light dust coats, which would be fine except that it takes an eternity to dry. I attempted to use this on my van's spare tire carrier and after waiting approx. 30 minutes for the first coat to tack up (it didn't) I ended up wiping it all off with a paper towel. Switched to another brand, no more problems.

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        4.0

        Great product, just fix the nozzle!

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        from hammonton, nj

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        Level 4

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Install

        Cons

        • Nozzle Design

        Best Uses

        • Restoration

        Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

        I posted a review on this earlier with the same title, but now i finally have some results. I'm 'restoring' a 1992 Eagle Talon TSi AWD and decided that I'd like to DIY my subframe parts instead of sending them out to get powder-coated. I tried the roll-on product but didn't really like it, so I went with their spray-on. This gets 2 thumbs up from me. The pic I'll show is my main rear subframe crossmember. The results are pretty good, just shake the can thouroughly. I guess the first can I bought had sat on the shelf so long, it would never free the ball inside (and it never did). The second can I used did free the ball upon shaking, so shake often while you're using it. Shake the can in the store too, make sure you can at least hear the ball in there. Oh, also, your finish is in your prep, so this piece was sandblasted then sprayed with the duplicolor etch/primer.

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        4.0

        Great product, just fix the nozzle!

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        from hammonton, nj

        About Me Auto Enthusiast

        Level 4

        Pros

        • Has Kevlar

        Cons

        • Drippy Nozzle
        • Have To Shake Often

        Best Uses

          Comments about Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner, Black, 16.5 oz. Aerosol:

          I purchased a few different kinds of undercoating/bedliner spray on products to test out which I liked. So far have sprayed the duplicolor bedliner on a lower control arm, and the 3m rubberized undercoating product on the other lower control arm. I followed directions, and started shaking both cans. Almost immediately, I got the ball loose on the 3m can...after 3 minutes, my arm was numb, still didn't get the ball loose on the duplicolor; decided to spray both anyway. 3m came out of the can awesome; good pressure, nice bubbly product how I had envisioned it would look, duplicolor came out nice at first, but then the nozzle got drippy; goes on a little more "flat", coats nicely however. Turned both products upside down and sprayed to clear the product from the nozzel, 3m went just fine, Duplicolor cleared but then some product bubbled at the nozzle, had to manually wipe it off. Left the cans and control arms out in the sun and went back for a 2nd coat, the 3m can's ball was still loose; shook the Duplicolor vigorously again for 2 minutes, still no ball. I let them both sit for another 30 minutes after applying an extra coat. The 3m was dry, but underneath was not cured, as I smudged off a fingerprint-sized area and had to re-apply. Cautiously touching the duplicolor control arm, it felt much harder, and didn't smudge with some pressure. So after some thinking about what to write, if you're looking to coat stuff for sound-deadening and ease of use, the 3m is surely the product for wheel wells, etc. If you're looking to protect undercarriage parts from road debris, etc, I'll be sticking with the duplicolor. I'll just have to figure out how to shake the ball loose inside, maybe try the soak in hot water trick next time around.

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          • Q:

            how many spray cans do i need to spray a whole truck
            Asked on 8/22/2016 by raymer

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              A:

              Hi Raymer, happy to help you! There is no specific area of coverage given for this product. It depends upon the applying method and skill level of the person performing the operation. For more information, please copy and paste this application tips link. URL - http://www.duplicolor.com/pdfs/tips.pdf

              Answered on 8/23/2016 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            Can this be used on fender flares.?
            Asked on 7/29/2016 by Alex from Wally world

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              No, Alex! This Duplicolor Bed Armor - Part No. BAA2010 is not compatible for fender flares. You'll need the Dupli-Color Trim & Bumper Paint -Part No. TB100 for your application. But, we do not offer them online. However, I'd recommend checking with your local store for availability.

              Answered on 7/31/2016 by Solomon from AAP
          • Q:

            Is this bedliner product paintable..?
            Asked on 2/22/2016 by bugs

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              A:

              Hi Bugs, happy to help you! The Dupli-Color Bed Armor; Do-It-Yourself Truck Bed Liner is a water-based, rubberized polyurethane coating. It is ideal for protecting truck beds, and all other metal, aluminum, fiberglass, and wood surfaces. For more information, please copy and paste this application tips link. URL - http://www.duplicolor.com/pdfs/tips.pdf

              Answered on 2/23/2016 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            can area be taped off with regular painters tape? Is there a special tape to achieve a clean edge
            Asked on 11/14/2015 by Tacoma

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              A:

              Hi there Tacoma! For tape regular painters tape is more then enough. Be sure the tape is on the surface firmly and that you have enough for the job.

              Answered on 11/15/2015 by Panda from AAP
          • Q:

            Can this be used on the rug in the back of a suv
            Asked on 8/10/2015 by christian

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              No, Christian! This Duplicolor Bed Armor, DIY Truck Bed Liner - Part No. BAA2010 can not be used on the rug in the back of the vehicle.

              Answered on 8/10/2015 by Solomon
          • Q:

            Can this be used on the rug in the back of a suv
            Asked on 8/7/2015 by christian

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              No, Christian, this product cannot be used on rugs. It is ideal for protecting truck beds, and all other metal, aluminum, fiberglass, and wood surfaces.

              Answered on 8/7/2015 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            Can this be used on the rug in the back of a suv
            Asked on 8/5/2015 by christian

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              No, Christian, this product cannot be used on rugs. It is ideal for protecting truck beds, and all other metal, aluminum, fiberglass, and wood surfaces.

              Answered on 8/6/2015 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            Can this be used on the rug in the back of a suv
            Asked on 8/5/2015 by christian

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              Hi Christian, happy to help you! It is ideal for protecting truck beds, and all other metal, aluminum, fiberglass, and wood surfaces. I think it is not safe on rugs. For more information, please visit this link. URL - http://www.duplicolor.com/pdfs/tips.pdf

              Answered on 8/6/2015 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            Can this be used on the rug in the back of a suv
            Asked on 8/5/2015 by christian

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              Hi Christian, happy to help you! It is ideal for protecting truck beds, and all other metal, aluminum, fiberglass, and wood surfaces. I think it is not safe on rugs. For more information, please visit this link. URL - http://www.duplicolor.com/pdfs/tips.pdf

              Answered on 8/6/2015 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            Can this be used on the rug in the back of a suv
            Asked on 8/5/2015 by christian

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              Hi Christian, happy to help you! It is ideal for protecting truck beds, and all other metal, aluminum, fiberglass, and wood surfaces. I think it is not safe on rugs. For more information, please visit this link. URL - http://www.duplicolor.com/pdfs/tips.pdf

              Answered on 8/6/2015 by Steve from AAP
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