Spray-On Protection for Your Pickup Bed
Spray-on liner is applied as a liquid which then cures to a seamless coating. Most brands are rugged with a granular surface. Most liners are made up of polyurethanes and polyureas. These polymers are blended together with granules of rubber or other additives to create a slip-resistant texture.
Two hours of prep work is needed for spray-on liners. You must thoroughly scuff the factory clearcoat paint to remove the gloss where the liner will be applied, paper and mask the bed body to prevent overspray and any other surfaces are painted with an etching primer to ensure proper bonding.
The application usually takes less than half an hour, but for a full cure, it’s best to wait 24 hours before using the truck bed.
For more information on spray-on bedliners and other bed liners, please visit The Complete Guide to Pickup Bed Protection.