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A few questions about preping for Herculiner...?

Okay, I've got absolutely everything stripped out of my YJ and am in the process of cleaning it out. The only thing I didn't remove was the dash. I tried to but found it was just too much work. Anyway, I'm having a hard time getting the seam sealer to clean. I also have a patch of seam sealer that I cut away to get the rollbar out. How hard would it be to remove most of the sealer behind the seats and put new in? Also, any recommendations for going under the dash with Herculiner? I want it to look clean and would like to have the floor and what not all black. Thanks so much!

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Re: A few questions about preping for Herculiner...?

Don't know about the seam sealer.

I used a small paint brush to dab the Durabak up under the dash as far as I could reach and not get it all over everything. When you open the door you cannot see where it stops.

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Re: A few questions about preping for Herculiner...?

Herculiner will stick to everything except water. If you have done a half-way decent prep. you should have no problems with the seam sealer. Use a brush to get into tight areas and don't be overly concerned with getting a "clean, professional" look. The liner looks rather rough installed, and traps dirt/dust in the little ridges. Over time, it dulls and is impossible to totally clean. On the bright side, the smell disappears as the dirt collects. Good trade in my opinion. Good luck.

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