Oil base polyurethane coatings are ideal for the truck bed liner industry; these are some of the top industrial coatings used in today's industry. Using Grizzly Grip will protect your interior from being scratched through to the bare metal, where water will cause your bed to rust and deteriorate away.
Using Grizzly Grip compared to a plastic liner will also benefit your truck, because moisture can build under the plastic liner causing the same problem you are trying to protect against. Application is very easy; Grizzly Grip can be sprayed or rolled on with our special textured rollers. When applying with a roller you will achieve the same look as if it were sprayed on, plus you do not have to use intense masking for preparation, and no problems with government branches, such as the EPA and OSHA since it is not being sprayed.
A lot of refinishing companies are adding Grizzly Grip to expand their business. It is very profitable if you want to do this for a business. There are no franchises or dealerships to buy into when using our products. So if you are a homeowner just buying Grizzly Grip for your truck bed liner or starting a business, Grizzly Grip is the best choice for you. Contact Midwest Chemicals at 800-270-0777 for any questions regarding Grizzly Grip.
|These are the items to be used to refinish your truck bed liner. You will need a 220 grit scotch pad metal pan, 2" brush and MEK or Acetone; we provide the GRIZZLY GRIP, Accelerator and Rollers.
|Grizzly Grip comes in quart containers already pre-mixed with the accelerator.
|***Remove all nut or bolts from truck unless you want to coat them. On this brand new truck, we removed all the nuts that hold the truck's bed to the frame. Mask off any area that you do not want coated.
|Sweep out any debris or dirt from truck's bed, a good sweeping is all you need.
|Scuff up painted surface with a 220 grit sand paper. When scuffing, just wipe dry, this will ruff up the surface for better adhesion.
|After dry sanding, wipe down surface with MEK or Acetone using your scotch pad to wipe down.
|Give a final wipe down with a clean towel using MEK or Acetone. PREPERATION IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS. For bare metals, our XL Aerospace is highly suggested, this primer be brushed on.
|We took the tailgate off, which we suggest, prepped and masked it off ready to be coated.
|Mask off the trim of the truck so that Grizzly Grip does not get on any unwanted surfaces. NOTE- Grizzly Grip has tremendous adhesion, so be care full not to get it on any surface that you want no coating on.
|The truck is totally masked off and ready for coating. We used brown masking paper; that you can purchase that at your local hardware store.
|Use an electric hand drill with paint mixing bit attachment; you can get the mixers at a local paint store. You can mix with a stir stick but this is not recommended. Roll on Grizzly Grip with our special rollers and use a two-inch brush to dab on in corners or areas where roller cannot get at. NOTE- DO NOT FILL IN HOLES ON TRUCK WHERE WATER DRAINS. In this picture. The drain holes are located at the back wall of the truck, where the truck bed floor meets the back wall.
|Roll on Grizzly Grip with our special rollers and use a two-inch brush to dab on in corners or areas where roller cannot get at. NOTE- DO NOT FILL IN HOLES ON TRUCK WHERE WATER DRAINS. In this picture. The drain holes are located at the back wall of the truck, where the truck bed floor meets the back wall.
|Apply one medium coat on the wall of the truck bed, then a first heavy coat on the floor. Wait 1 to 3 hours or until the first coat is dry before applying a second coat. Repeat directions of first coat. This is a moisture cure urethane, the higher the humidity the faster it will dry. THICKNESS EQUALS DURABILITY.
|This is a final look at the truck completed. Pull masking tape off 15 minutes to an hour after applying second coat. Usable after 12 hours for light duty. Wait 72 hours to put any objects heavier than 50lbs in truck.