WVO resistant bed liner?

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slick_t's picture
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Spray-in 97 F250 bed liner is peeling up due to WVO spills soaking into it.  Can anyone recommend a bedliner (spray in or drop in) that resists WVO?         

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The molded drop in.

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I'm using a thick rubber mat in my third truck.  They withstand abuse from heavy loads best.
While a WVO puddle will make the mat wrinkle a little (like a damp newspaper) the mat dries out OK and goes back to being flat after the puddle is mopped up.

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My truck has a Rhino bed liner. It is REALLY tough and unaffected by vege oil. 
Google Rhino bed liners.  cheers Jimmie 

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Thanks guys. 

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Spend the money and spray the Rhino LIner.
My guy was great and my liner was 1/4" thick!
The drop in plastic liners act as sandpaper and gets the metal bed nice and shiney when is moves around sanding off the factory paint.
Good luck

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VO makes a pretty indestructible bedliner by itself.  Next time you have a spill, sprinkle some sand in there, and let it bake in the sun for a few days.  I gave up trying to keep the back of my truck clean and took this approach - works great.

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