Santa Ana, California - Spray elastomers manufacturer Line-X Franchise Development Corp. has introduced Line-X ReNew, a bedliner system used to repair, and increase in quality, any brand of spray-on truck bedliner.
Linex spokesperson Teppy Wigington told Urethanes Technology International, "Line-X ReNew is a patent-pending application process that allows an old faded, cracked, ripped, used, worn-out spray-on truck bedliner to be rejuvenated like new again.
"The process involves cleaning the contaminated polyurethane/polyurea spray-on truck bedliner, removing oil, dirt, solvent and grease using our PU surface cleaner solutions. Solvent cleaner and adhesion promoter is then applied to the bedliner to soften the material and reactivate the bonding sites."
She went on to explain that texture is reapplied with a Line-X bedliner (a 2-part polyurethane/polyurea hybrid spray elastomer), then "the final composite layer - a DuPont aliphatic 2-part coating fortified with micro-pulp Kevlar - is added to produce superior adhesion and UV protection."
Kevlar is DuPont's aramid-based reinforced fibre that improves performance and protection because of its strength and light weight. ReNew was exclusively tested and certified by DuPont Marshall Lab.
John Wesley, ceo of Line-X, said in a company statement that, "ReNew is the answer our customers are looking for to enhance their current bedliner and achieve the superior gloss and extended colour retention, as well as long lasting protection."
Line-X specialises in manufacturing spray elastomers, polyurethanes and polyureas.