Hauling tools, lumber, and other items for your projects may damage your truck bed over time. But you don’t have to let the fear of dings and scratches keep you from getting things done in a looks-like-new vehicle.
A spray-on truck bed liner will not only improve your truck’s appearance, but also provide durable protection that lasts for years. Here are four reasons why you should consider getting one for your truck:
Your truck bed will inevitably face damage from the elements over time. But you can protect the bed from UV rays, rust, and moisture with a spray-on truck bed liner that lasts as long as your vehicle will. Plus, these spray-on liners can keep up to 80% of UV rays from fading or cracking your truck’s paint or bed. Without sun, rust, or water damage, you won’t have to worry about your truck looking older and more worn out than it is.
When you’re considering a truck bed liner, make sure to look for polyurethane coating. This is a strong, spray-on compound that will bond to your truck bed for years. Experts and drivers nationwide rely on polyurethane truck bed liners, because they resist rust and moisture more than a drop-in liner will.
It’s tempting to take the DIY route with truck bed liners, especially if you’re looking to save money up front. But while carpet, rubber, and 2x4s may work as temporary liners, they aren’t as durable as professional spray-on liners. Because of this, you may have to spend more time and money on repairing scrapes, rust, or holes in a cheaper liner.
Spray-on, custom-fit liners tend to have better impact resistance than drop-in liners, so you don’t have to worry about damaging your truck bed while hauling things around or loading them into the bed. And if anything does happen to your truck bed, spray-on liners are easy to fix (which is more cost-effective than repairing another liner, or the truck bed itself).
Drop-in liners are made from a pre-formed plastic sheet, placed into your truck bed, and bolted into place. While they’re less expensive than spray-ons up front, drop-in liners have gaps that can let in debris, rust, and moisture. The bolts can also loosen over time, which makes your truck bed shift noisily.
But with a spray-on truck bed liner, you don’t have to measure your bed or worry about choosing the right size. The adhesive, airtight seal also won’t crack or shift around as a drop-in liner might. A vehicle care professional can spray your truck bed with a custom-fit coating that will form to your truck almost perfectly and last for years.
Vehicles depreciate in value quickly, and any kind of damage can decrease how much your truck is worth. If you’re planning to sell your vehicle in the future, make sure you’re protecting it so it will look great for its next owner.
People are willing to pay more for pickups with a nice-looking bed, and if you already have a liner, they won’t have to buy one themselves. A spray-on liner will ensure that your truck’s bed holds up for years, even for its next owner. That’s a great selling point for drivers who care as much about protecting their vehicle as you do!
When you’re ready for a truck-bed liner, look for a vehicle care professional who applies Scorpion spray-on liners. This brand’s coating is made from strong polyurethanes that bond to your truck bed to resist impact, rust, moisture, UV rays, and more.
With a quality truck bed liner, you can:
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