Is spray can bed liner any good?
Spray-in bed liners are good for preventing scratches and potential rust damage to your truck bed, however, they do not offer any additional cushioning and padding to protect against dents and impacts from items in the bed.
Which spray-in bed liner is best?
6 Best Spray-In and Roll-On Bedliner Kits (DIY to Save Money)
- #1 – U-Pol Raptor Spray-On Truck Bed Liner. Pros.
- #2 – Custom Coat Spray-On Truck Bed Liner. Pros.
- #3 – Al’s Liner Spray-In Truck Bed Liner Kit.
- #4 – Herculiner HCL1B8 Brush-On Bed Liner Kit.
- #5 – Linerxtreeme Spray-On Bedliner Kit.
- #6 – Rust-Oleum Truck Bed Coating.
Is it better to spray or roll bed liner?
Compared to spray liners, a roll-on bedliner is much cheaper and relatively easier to apply. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, a roll on bedliner is a good choice. Furthermore, there are plenty of options available when it comes to choosing just the right color for your vehicle.
How much does it usually cost for a spray in bedliner?
The cost of a LINE-X spray-on bedliner varies by location but averages between $600-$700. Customers can choose to upgrade their bedliner with UV protection to prevent fading or opt for a tougher spray-on coating formula for maximum durability.
How long does spray on bedliner last?
The total body spray’s cost at Line-X varies, ranging generally from $3,000 to $5,000. That compares with $450 to $550 for a standard bedliner spray, Liveoak says. Still, it should last the lifetime of the vehicle, she adds. Owners will never have to wax their pickups again.
How long does spray in bedliner take?
The complete process can be done in just one day. Our certified technician prepares your truck and applies the LINE-X Spray-On Truck Bedliner which dries in 3 to 5 seconds. Typically, most regular bed liners can be done in 2 to 3 man-hours. Color liners and LINE-X PREMIUM can take an additional hour to complete.