Al's Liner Vinyl Flattener Additive
- Get A Semi-Gloss or Matte Finish
- Designed for Military Use
- Easy To Use
- Contains 1 Quart
- Must Be Applied with Al's Liner Protective Coating
Al's Liner flattener additive allows users to achieve a semi-gloss or matte finish when applying their spray on bed liner. This additive is was designed for military use where anti-reflective coatings were a necessity and it has been used for over a decade under the most extreme conditions. The Al's Liner vinyl flattener is perfect for exterior applications where gloss finishes are too reflective. When mixing your Al's Liner bed liner compounds, half a bottle of additive to one gallon of Al's Liner will give a semi-gloss finish while mixing in a full bottle of additive will give a flat matte finish.View Available Part Numbers For This Product Line
InstallationThe Al's Liner color flattening agent is simple to apply. Simply add with Al's spray on truck bed liner compound. There is a application manual that is sent with the product which offers clear cut and easy to read instructions. For additional information please call us at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Al's Liner is offering a limited lifetime warranty on the vinyl flattener additive.
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|Al's Liner Vinyl Flattener Additive is recommended for two reasons. If you don't want your finished liner to have a glossy or shiny finish, and if you want to increase the hardness of your finished liner. |
If you want a semi-gloss finish, then use half the container in your mix. If you want a matte finish, then dump the entire contents into your mix.
A word of caution from my experience and from speaking with a manufacturer's product technician, if you choose to mix all of the vinyl flattener additive into your liner lit, and you also want to use the Rubber Crumb Additive....DO NOT mix all of the rubber crumb into your liner kit or you will be sorry! It will harden in your spray gun hopper before you ever get a chance to spray even a third of the liner mix.
After experiencing this the first time, I successfully mixed and sprayed another batch using all of the liner flattener additive and 1/4 of the container of rubber crumb additive mixed together in the liner mix.
This product does what it is supposed to do....just don't mix the entire contents of the bottle with the entire contents of the Rubber Crumb Additive.
|Nice option for Al's DIY bedliner. I used the bedliner in my boat so I added the flattening additive so the sun wouldn't be bothersome while fishing. It works very well and as soon as the liner dried it showed that it had a nice flat finish.|