A picture’s worth a thousand words, and a video’s worth at least a thousand pictures. We answer the questions we get most frequently with short videos. And since they’re quick explanations where you can actually see reasons or differences, we think you will find them helpful. The goal is to make life easier.

Have a question about how or why to do something a particular way? Chances are that it’s been asked and answered before. However, if you’ve got a good question you don’t see here, let us know. We’ll see if we can create a video that answers it for you. And for all the other people who’ve wondered the same thing.

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FAQ: Why to Purge Cartridges

FAQ: Why to Purge Cartridges

FAQ: Why to Purge Cartridges  This is why it's important to purge cartridges before spraying. Air trapped within the cartridges can cause defects in the final bed liner product. Easy, but critical 2-3 minutes  Cartridge A or B Correct frame for either A or B Spray gun...

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FAQ: Cartridges & Frames

FAQ: Cartridges & Frames

FAQ: Cartridges & Frames  This is a visual explanation of each cartridge type, as well as a discussion of the differences between the two cartridges and frames. Easy 1-2 minutes  Cartridge A or B Correct frame for either A or B Cartridge Types We offer two...

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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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PREP: How to apply wire trim

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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FAQ: Thin vs Thick Plastic

FAQ: Thin vs Thick Plastic

FAQ: Thin vs Thick Plastic  Where to use each type and why. Easy  4 - 6 minutes  Properly taped bed 0.31 mil plastic (9' x 400' roll) 6 mil plastic (20' x 100' sheet) Truck Prep One of the most important steps to ensuring a successful spray job is proper masking...

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