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Removing liner spray

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Mark5561, Mar 5, 2020.

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  1. Mark5561

    Mark5561 Junior Member

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    Any tips on removing bed liner spray? Tried using a paint removal disc on a angle grinder gets the job done but takes a very long time and eats up the disc quickly.
     
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    CantRepeat Senior Member Military

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    Is it Rhino Liner or some off the shelf DIY stuff?
     
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    DIY stuff some parts are very thin and then it gets thick
     
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    Try a heat gun to soften it and see if it will peel up? I've seen this done with Rhino lining but not sure how effective it would be on DIY spray in liners. I'd wear a mask while doing it.
     
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    Will try first thing tomorrow thanks for the reply!
     
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    That is going to be some long and hard job Good luck and let us know how you did
     
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    rule18 Senior Member Supporting Member

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    Just curious, why are you removing it?
     
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    Was only able to take off from the sides since it was very thin layer, I'm taking it off because they did a horrible job and want redue the bed liner spray but professionally
     
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    Wire wheel on an angle grinder.

    W E A R A M A S K !

    Oh what a mess it makes.
     
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    Will it leave it bare metal? Did you have difficulty to remove with the wire wheel?
     

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