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To achieve expert results, please take the time to carefully read and understand the following directions before you begin your restoration project. These directions are meant to be general guidelines only and do not cover every application or environmental situation. If you have remaining questions or concerns, please call contact us for technical assistance.

ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND SAFETY GLASSES. ALWAYS WORK IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA. Please heed all labeled warning and caution notices on all products.

Product Description:

KBS Bed Renu is a tough and flexible thick black protective coating designed to touch up areas where your bedliner has worn away or needs “Renu’d”.

KBS Bed Renu protects against corrosion and abrasion while withstanding impacts and improving traction.

KBS Bed Renu features fast cure and excellent adhesion also extending the life of your vehicle.

Theoretical Coverage:

KBS Bed Renu 15oz Aerosol should cover up to 30 sq. ft.

Surface Prep:

FOR THE BEST END RESULTS, apply KBS Bed Renu to clean and dry surfaces. If needed, use KBS Klean to remove all surface contaminants. Avoid solvent-based cleaners which leave invisible residues that can affect the adhesion of KBS Bed Renu.

Application:

For best results, Apply KBS Bed Renu to prepared surfaces as described above. ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES and EYE WEAR when using KBS Bed Renu. Always use NIOSH/MSHA approved air supplied respirator.

For best results, spray at room temperature 50° to 90°F (10° to 32°C). Use only in moderate to dry atmospheric conditions (i.e. 70% humidity or lower).

Shake can for at least one minute after listening for rattle or mixing ball. During application, shake intermittently for approximately 10 seconds at 1 to 2 minute intervals. Press valve all the way down. Do not extend finger beyond the valve. Hold container about 8 to 10 inches from surface to be sprayed. Do not cover with continuous spray. Move back and forth, releasing sprayhead after stroke. Overlap each stroke.

If clogging develops, turn sprayhead 1/4 turn or remove and clean sprayhead. Do not stick pin or other objects in to can opening. With sprayhead pointed away from you, reinsert sprayhead with gentle twisting motion.

IMPORTANT: Apply thin coats rather than heavy coats. If paint runs or sags, paint is being applied too heavily or paint can is too close to surface. Apply one or two thin covering coats for general applications. Recoating can be done once first or consecutive coat is dry-to-touch. For best results, always apply coats consecutively within 24 hours of each coat curing. Average recoat cure times are 1-2 hours depending on humidity levels. Full cure is usually achieved within 48 hours.