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    Nothing but a Thing black pearl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post
    I would also think paint for plastic, because the fenders are going to flex, and if the paint is too hard, it will crack and flake rather than moving with the fender
    Yeah that's what I meant by adhering properly was just waking up words weren't coming to me


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    Boiled linseed oil will help bring the black out. I used the duplicolor spray on bed liner on my tj flares also on the bumpers and body cladding on my wj. It holds up very well and touches up easier than paint. It has a nice texture to it as well. If you ho this route be sure to get the bed liner in the blue can, not the bed armor in the black can. The black can is a rubbery, gooey, mess of a product that is almost impossible to get good results with.

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