Aftercare Information

LINE-X Standard Bedliner

The LINE-X Standard Bedliner is sprayed-on and dries to the touch in 3 to 5 seconds. When you pick your truck up, the bedliner will be cured and ready for everyday use. It can be exposed to the elements at this time without any concern. To clean and maintain the bedliner we find that regular cleanings with a good quality All-Purpose Cleaner, vigorous scrubbing with a stiff bristled brush and a pressure washer rinse is the most effective method. Optionally, a water based conditioner such as Adam’s VRT can be applied to the bedliner to restore the natural luster. Petroleum and/or silicon based conditioners can be hazardous and/or cause damage to the bedliner.

LINE-X Premium Bedliner

The LINE-X Premium Bedliner is sprayed-on in two steps. The bedliner material dries to the touch in 3 to 5 seconds and then a second Premium coating is applied to the surface of the bedliner. The Premium coating will be dry to the touch in less than one-hour. It does however require 24-hours to be fully cured. The truck may be used and exposed to the elements right away, we do ask that the tailgate be left open and that nothing is placed on the bedliner for the first 24-hours. This allows the Premium coating to fully cure and bond with the bedliner permanently. To clean and maintain your new Premium bedliner simply use your normal car washing techniques to keep it looking brand new for life.

SunTek Window Tinting

SunTek Window Tint Film is applied wet to the inside surface of the glass. It goes through a drying out or curing process. DO NOT roll down the windows for the first three-days to avoid shifting or damaging the window film. During this time as the adhesive is curing, small bubbles or blisters may form, this is normal. Do not touch or press on these bubbles as it will create dry spots in the adhesive that will not go away. If, after several weeks, bubbles still remain please bring it back to us so we can remedy the issue. Use only tint safe glass cleaners on your window tint. Cleaners with ammonia or alcohol will damage the window film.