Learning new things keeps you young. Plus, it expands your possibilities for success. We strive to provide comprehensive instructions for using all our materials, as well as any of the tools required for the job. If there are any aspects you’d like to know more about, let us know and we’ll see about creating new and up-to-date instructions based on our experience. In the meantime, sit back, sip some coffee, and get your learnin’ on.

Full Bed Application Process

Full Bed Application Process

Full Bed Application Process This video highlights the equipment, order, and steps required to complete a full truck bed application with Phoenix Guardian™ protective coating.Complex, but standardized2 - 4 hours Vehicle to be sprayed See video for further elements

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Prep: Scuffing

Prep: Scuffing

Phoenix Liners Training: Prep - Scuffing A quick shot of the highlights to proper scuffing technique. Easy, but critical 10 - 20 minutes, depending upon skill of applicator 7" powered grinder 6" nylon cup brush Dust mask or respirator No back issues  Proper...

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Full Bed Application Process

PREP: How to apply wire trim

Phoenix Liners Training: Prep - Wire Tape How to apply wire tape to the sides of bed and tailgate. Easy, but critical 10 - 20 minutes, depending upon skill of applicator WireTrim tape (ProLine™, RedLine™, or TrueLine™) Diagonal Wire Cutters Patience  Proper...

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Cartridge A Instructions

Cartridge A Instructions

Cartridge A Instructions  These are the full, step-by-step instructions for how to apply a cartridge-based Phoenix protective coating on a truck bed. Some of this is common sense, and some is handy tips we've learned over time (the hard way, in some cases). We also...

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Cartridge B Instructions

Cartridge B Instructions

Cartridge B Instructions These are the full, step-by-step instructions for how to apply a cartridge-based Phoenix protective coating on a truck bed. Some of this is common sense, and some is handy tips we've learned over time (the hard way, in some cases). Our B-type...

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