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Best Spray On Truck Bedliner
qwikliner   3/9/2012 6:35:54 AM
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Unlike other spray-on coatings systems available, QWIK LINER® utilizes a pneumatically driven spray gun that dispenses 1:1 100% solids coating held in disposable cartridges. This gives you the applicator a chance to spray the best product available at an economical price. Take a look at some of the benefits when you become a QWIK LINER® applicator.

QWIK Liner is a permanently bonded a protective barrier between your vehicle and the outside environment, protecting your investment from rust, dents, scratches, and chemical corrosion.Unlike drop-in liners that promote payload slippage, and allow moisture and dirt to get trapped underneath causing rust and corrosion, QWIK LINER sets in seconds, conforming to every curve of your vehicle for immediately use. Extend the life of your vehicle and increase the NADA / Blue Book re-sale value with a real sprayed-on bedliner.

The interchangeable cartridges come in colors too, pre-mixed into the resin and ready to spray. With low- pressure delivery via your standard air compressor, the trouble-free QWIK LINER® system utilizes disposable parts saving you time and money on expensive replacement parts and repair bills. Ideal for repair shops, restoration projects, truck bedliners or any other coatings application imaginable, the QWIK LINER® system is the perfect add-on to any shop looking to start spraying a real 100% solids product at an affordable price.
Low Cost Start-up
Colors
Will not Warp, Crack or Peel
Easily Mobile
Low / No Maintenance Cleanup
High UV Stability
Rapid Cure
Low Cost Replacement Parts

QWIKLINER REPAIRS

100% Solids , Non-Sag Polyurethane Polyurea Caulking Compound
QwikRepair is a two component aromatic, 1:1 ratio, rapid setting, non-sag, 100% solids, polyurethane polyurea caulking compound for bonding application.

FEATURES
100% Solids Meets VOC Regulations
Sandable in 20-30 minutes
Odorless
Meets USDA Criteria
Non-Toxic
Non-Sag in Vertical Application
Meets California VOC and SCAQMD Requirements

USES
QwikRepair is used as bonding agent for plastics, masonry, wood, polyurethane EPS and other surfaces.
Automobile Bumper Repair
EPS Blocks
Plastic Repair
Note: QwikRepair will discolor in exterior applications.

COLORS
Side-A Black, Side-B Clear
PACKAGING
100 x 100ml cartridge: Side-A 100ml and Side-B 100ml
APPLICATION
For best results use a Cartridge Dispensing System, preheating as necessary.
This material can be applied at temperatures from 32°F (0°C) to as high as 135°F (57°C).
The product needs to be conditioned at 75-80°F prior to use.
FINISHING
Allow QwikRepair to cure for 20-30 minutes before sanding.
CLEAN UP
Cured product may be disposed of without restriction. Mix excess A and B material and allow to cure. Check local, state and federal laws before disposing of material.
STORAGE
QwikRepair should be stored at 60-90°F (15-35°C).
QwikRepair has a shelf life of one (1) year from date of manufacture in original, factory sealed containers.

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