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Oh, hey guys, I was just breaking my parents to two-acre yard she's back by popular demand. This is Brooke with the Idaho painter back by popular demand to introduce you guys to my dad's next video don't forget at the end, to like, subscribe and share to Google Pinterest and Facebook a simple way to help support my videos and it doesn't cost you a Dime, this Krissy Idaho painter in this video, I'm going to show you a project that I got I'm going to be doing here on the weekend and I was taking and delivering some oil-based primer to one of my job sites and that thing actually exploded in the Back of my truck and just got white oil-based primer everywhere, a fast right primer and I got a black bedliner sprayed on bed liner in that thing, and it looks really bad. So I went down to Cheryl Williams talked to a few representatives how to go about resolving this problem. It'S not going to clean out it's on there permanently, it's an oil-based, fast, dry primer, and so we came up with an option and that's actually just repainting. My bed liner with super deck and it's a water, waterborne deck product and it's probably the best option we can come up with if somebody's got a better option. Let me know in the comments below, but I'm going to give it an experiment, see how it works out on this bed liner. The bed liner, is actually it's flat, black, it's rough, and so we think it's going to be a pretty good option. So I'll show you a bed liner here and we'll give you a better look at it when it's just all white paint, just splattered everywhere, but the product we're going to using and I'm just going to be painting it tricorn black, which is just a pure black And be using just rushing and rolling it on just using a two gallon bucket with a one-gallon bucket grid got myself a 5 and 1/2 open up my paint, and then I got a 3 inch. Angled sash brush right here, I'm gon na be using and then just a 4 inch roller with 3/8 inch roller cover and nap. So it's going to go paint this, I'm going to show you what it looks like and hopefully we can correct this disaster. I do really like my truck. I don't like it to look messy like this, so hopefully this is going to look better and going to last for a while at least I'm a painter. So if it doesn't work, I can try something else. So here's a look of all the oil-base white primer splattered, all over the back of my truck we're going to go and just start painting this thing a nice weekend project. So hopefully this works out. Well, I'm just going to take a bucket just going to put some of my super deck into it, going to shake it up really well. This is tricorn block. Hopefully my truck beds gon na look a lot better when the oil primer exploded back here, we used and absorb and spread it all over there to help absorb it really fast. So we can get the bulk of it out and that absorbent stuff actually dried on the bedliner and it's like sandpaper the rut. The bedliner was already rough anyways and it's just a flat plastic. It doesn't have any Sheen to it. It'S some type of plastic that they actually sprayed on. I think it's called the Rhino lining or something like that, but hopefully this is going to resolve the problem and any things that look better than what it looks like right. Now, though, once again, I guess I could call that some tech support of rhino lining, but just going to experiment and give this a try, just a really cool weekend project. I ain't got nothing better to do footballs going on watching some football, but so we're just going to start working on this, I'm just going to work on the back and start just working. My way forward so was just going to put myself some gloves on. I do like to wear gloves, so I don't get anything on my hand. Just makes cleaning my hands a lot easier at the end of the day, but brushing this stuff on it's actually drying out, and it actually looks pretty good once again. This is only experimental. So I don't recommend you do this until I've actually had this stuff on my truck and tested it for at least a year and see how it how well it bonds up here. It does snow quite a bit in the winter time, so I'll be interesting when snow gets in the back of this thing, sets in it and see how well it does hold up, but don't like this thing, look messy like this in the back, so I think Anything'S gon na be better, so I'm using this super deck product and I guess when it's a solid color Stane and we went over. I talked to Sir Williams representatives and we're trying to figure out. You know what we're going to use, and this is actually I didn't - want anything that had a sheen to it or was shiny, because I didn't want it slippery. So I wanted something flat super deck. Is it bonds really really? Well, it's self priming. If this this deck is actually plastic and it's a flat plastic, so being self priming, we thought it would actually bond really well. There was some other things like all surface enamel that we thought about trying, but then we thought this would actually bond. Well, the all surface enamel wasn't flat, it did have a sheen, so would make the back of my bed actually slick, and I don't want the cans of paint sliding around. I want it flat. So it's a little bit rough and and stuff won't slide around that easy. So once again, this is actually completely experimental, so don't go tie this on the own truck and expect it to work. And then I contact me back and say I destroyed your truck bed. I'M just doing this as a complete test. We can see how it works out because I'm not worried about the end result. If it has it actually stick, I guess the worst that could happen. Is it just peel and flake off, but I really don't think that's going to happen from talking to the shear Williams. I do really think this is going to work out. I'M just continuing to work on this bed, actually not using my 4 inch nap because the bed's not flat. It'S got these these ribs in it that go up and down. So I'm just using the brush. It'S going pretty fast. I'Ve only been doing this for about 10 minutes now. I'M almost done so definitely you'll be curious. What you think about it leave your comments in the comments below what you think, whether I'm destroying this truck bed or not. I always got some haters, always always gon na, be somebody out there. That says I'm a complete idiot, but I'm not a whole lot worried about that. Do you think I'm an idiot go ahead. Just leave in the comments below at least I'll get the experimentation done. Do you like to dis experiment in kind of different things? You do see how products perform, and this is one very unusual way to see whether supernet will perform well in this situation, so I got ta say so far: it's actually drying out, I'm actually pretty stoked. This is pretty cool. It'S actually looking like my bedliner, looks actually brand new, so hopefully it'll stay this way. Hopefully it's gon na last through the winter winners, come up here pretty soon. The Flies are absolutely just annoying the heck out of me right now, so there we have it. Your things is all done now. Now it's dry and I got ta say where it's actually drying it is, I'm actually pretty excited, because it's actually looking really really good and it's actually looking pretty natural. Like I didn't actually just paint this. It looks like it's actually a brand new bedliner, so I'm super stoked. This is just another really simple weekend project that I decided to do on this Saturday. Hopefully, you've enjoyed this video and if you got some comments to leave down below what do you think this was a really dumb idea or a really good idea? Just let me know, hopefully, you've enjoyed it once again and I'll see you on my next video. Taking a look at it now with it almost dry, looking pretty dang good, I'm pretty happy with it, not not sure about you, guys, not sure about all my subscribers and fans. But again, let me know what you think this is the coolest paint vehicle I've ever seen right here. This is somebody willing to work, just met them lighting up the seal, pulling all this paint equipment Chris. What'S your name Chris Chris Madsen, Chris Madsen? What to name your company mats and restoration, mats and restoration? If you need a pain around this, I is willing to work, but a pull round put them on my channel promote this guy's business thankful for people like this willing to work.
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