Bed Liner Coating

bed liner coating

A Bullet Liner is an updated version of the traditional drop-in bedliner that’s becoming increasingly popular among truck owners. It offers a more permanent solution that contours to the shape of the truck’s bed, while also protecting cargo from dents. It’s also a great option for those who haul heavy or awkward items that require special handling.

The spray-in process is the most popular and effective way to add a bed liner to your truck. The sprayed-in liner is a tough, rugged polyurethane that’s a perfect fit to the surface of your truck or vehicle, including any folds, creases and dips. The durable material is abrasion-resistant and will stand up to petroleum products, fertilizers, chemicals and more. Professional applicators like the trained technicians at Ziebart use Rhino Linings’ Spray-On Bed Liner, which is solvent-free and will not chip or flake.

“Bullet Liner: Unparalleled Protection for Your Vehicle

Spray-in bed liners can be made in many different textures to meet your needs. Some are smooth for easy cleaning, while others are rougher to prevent skidding. They can also be sprayed up to 1/4 inch thick for added protection.

It’s important to work with a professional who is familiar with the proper prep process for your truck before applying the spray-in liner. If your sprayed-in liner isn’t properly prepped, it can peel and chip after a few years of wear.

In addition to a good prep process, it’s important to choose a reputable company. The brand of spray-in liner you choose will determine how well the finish holds up over time. For example, some brands of spray-in liners use an aromatic compound, while others are aliphatic. Aliphatic liners retain their color longer, and won’t fade or “chalk” as easily.