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    Insert or spray on? Leaning towards line-x

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    I covered my whole car in it. Works good for protecting it from pesky rock chips.

    But per a friend of mine who has been spraying it for years, spray. Water can collect underneath the liner and rust shit out.
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    Bed rug

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    I love the line-x in my f150. Easy to clean and very durable. You have to either keep a tonneau cover over it or get the UV protection stuff, or it will fade.

    I have a rubber bed mat in my Silverado. It's nice for dropping stuff in there, but it collects crap under it and rusts the bed. I don't really like it.
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    Spray in, no contest.
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    Spray-in liners. It's more practical.

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