Spray On Bedliner - SPECIAL!! ENDS JUNE 30TH 2016 - LONGBED
Thinking about getting a bed liner?Heres some information about drop in liners vs. Spray on so you can make an informed decision. Drop-in liners are generally regarded as less rugged than spray-in liners for a few reasons. Water can easily be trapped between the plastic and steel, which will cause your bed to rust. They can also break and become loose over time. This is aggravated because it is relatively easy to snag the edge of a drop-in liner and pull part of it up, which is almost impossible to fix. To top it off, the fact that things slide on these liners can also make them a pain when transporting large objects in the bed. Spray-on liners address many of those issues right off the bat. First off, spay-in liners are permanent. They won’t shift, break or possibly fall out because the polyurethane elastomer used adheres directly to the bed. This offers protection for the bed as well, blocking water, dirt and damage that could potentially lead to rust. Different types of spray-on liners can be purchased, but the majority use a gritty substance with a texture similar to sand paper that prevents things from sliding around. It’s nice to have grip in your bed to stop things from sliding. From a purely cosmetic stand point, a spray-in liner is also more aesthetically pleasing, as drop-in liner tend to start to look old and haggard. Of course, there are some downsides associated with spay-in liners. First, this type of bed treatment will cost more than a drop-in liner. You can do it yourself to save some money, but having it installed at the factory is your safest bet. That is because spraying in a liner takes some prep work. You have to clean the bed thoroughly and then sand down the entire surface to make it course, which will help the liner adhere to the steel. Finally, the fact that nothing likes to slide on a spray-on liner means that loading heavy items, especially those on pallets, will be a much bigger hassles because you can’t simply slide them into the bed. Long post put want customers to make an informed decision! If youre interested, contact us to make an appointment. Regular price for this starts at $475+. Take advantage of the special!