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Sorry. I can't figure out how to post pictures on here will try again soon.
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I am in the process of restoring some beat up foamers. I would not spray bedliner directly onto foam, I personally have never done it but I would assume it would eat up the foam plus adhesion issues. I put down 2 coats of 100% acrylic latex WATER based primer (kilz2). It takes about a week to cure, mine is still slightly tacky after about 4 days. So in about 3 days I will scuff and wipe down then hit it with duplicolor spray bedliner. I went with this one due to the countless reviews I read plus it says it is paintable right on the can.
gooosehunter wrote:I dont always shoot ducks, but when I do, it's dos duckies.
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