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i got a little problem... i did the bedliner on my panels and i LOVE it... but it is fading... i was thinking about spray painting them black to keep the glossy look because the herculiner is fading to a charcoal color... i know a couple of people have done the herculiner on the panels... and i was wanting some opinions on this

preciate it!

Dalton
 

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I had herculiner on my old tacoma, thought there was a rejuvenate product that you could wipe on it to make it shiny again.
 

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I don't know, never let it fade. I purchased an install kit that came with the stuff and I applied it lightly every six months when I was detailing the truck. always looked shiney for the 4 years I had the truck.
 

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Sorry sorry sorry I just now saw this thread. Actually I had the same problem. Just search online for herculiner UV topcoat. I just finished putting this on and it brings back the shine and should keep it for a long time since it's a UV protectant. I got a quart online for about $20 and I only used about 2/3 of it. Good luck!!!
 

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Maybe a little hard to see but the panels on top have the new UV coating and the bottom is still uncoated.
 

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