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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-12-2008, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
 
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detailing Rhino liner in bed...

I have Rhino Lining in my truck bed that is about 1.5 yrs old. It is looking "not new" in that it is sort of faded looking. Prob not the best description - "ashy" may be more accurate.

What are you using, if anything, to restore the new look? Heard of a few using tire cleaner but not sure if it would make the bed slippery or if the rain will wash it out and streak the back of the truck.

Thoughts and insight?

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I'm having the same issue. I thought I read somewhere that Rhino Liner makes a cleaner for their liner. The next time I'm at the place I had mine done I'll ask them what to use.

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I do not have a solution for you, but that is one big downfall of Rhino. Their color liners are even worse for fading. Hope you can find something to help bring it back.
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I would've liked to have gotten a Linex liner but the nearest dealer is 60 miles away. The Rhino dealer is 2 miles away.

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they recommend not using a silicone based shiner.. reduces the anti skid a bit, so most tire shines are out..but ive known people to use them with no major problems.. yet, they make a product thats called 'Rhino Shine Ultra' to shine it back up like new..

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Thanks all.

I searched the Internet for a few hours using various search quotes and came up with the "Rhino Shine."

Also something called Just Once and 303 Aerospace.

Not sure what I am going to try.

Truck was bought used and had the Rhino in it. Nice enough, just prob would not have bought it myself having seen the feedback.

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I would've liked to have gotten a Linex liner but the nearest dealer is 60 miles away. The Rhino dealer is 2 miles away.
I know a few people with Line-X and it fades too unfortunately.
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I would try Adams undercarriage spray
http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-61-in...pray-16oz.aspx

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