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Old 05-16-2018, 04:25 AM   #1  
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Hello.

Anyone experienced with U-Pol Raptor bed liner?
How soon can I take my truck to car wash after applying the stuff?
It'* all dusty and messy after the prepping job

GMC Sierra 1500 '87
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The instructions should give a specific cure time after its been applied.
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It does....

Drying Times
Touch Dry @ 68F Less than 1 hour
Light Duty @ 68F 2-3 days
Regular Duty @ 68F 5-7 days

Not a word about just washing the gem externally.

http://www.raptorcoatings.com/files/3060/up4800-SDS-EN
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I guess a call to the mfr would be in order.
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I agree with Mike . . . and suggest that the dust doesn't hurt anything: Windex the windows and drive it dirty for a week of your ambient temperatures are 68 degrees.
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