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Bedliner Spray Cans

Rust-Oleum, Black 248914 Truck Bed Coating Spray, 15 oz, 15 Ounce (Pack of 1)
  • Ideal for use on truck beds, trailer floors, fenders and other metal surfaces
  • Stops Rust formula provides long lasting protection with any-angle spray comfort tip that...
  • Dries to the touch in 1 hour and covers up to 20 sq. ft.
  • Offers superior durability and can be used on bare or primed metal truck beds

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You cannot have a good black finish with a rusty can. Trust me on that, head to Walmart or similar and purchase 2 Rustoleum bedliner spray cans. It'll cover a multitude of sins on your upholstery, and also it's so easy to use. All you do is spray one, let it sit, then wipe it off with a rag. Yippee!

The first spray I used was the black liner from Bedliners. This worked perfectly to give my old couch a much-needed facelift. With latex foam for backing and an aerosol can, I sprayed on the black color in three even coats. On the fourth coat I added the clear spray to make sure all the dust stayed in one place. It only took about thirty minutes and even though it was a bit humid in there, it dried pretty well.

When I ordered the bedliner spray cans in 2021, I was a bit confused about the black-colored spray. But, the person at the counter seemed to understand my confusion and let me know that it was supposed to be tan. After explaining what the color meant, she indicated the tan spray. I wasn't too disappointed because the tan made it much easier to clean, but it was still not the original color.

So I tried it out on my old couch. I love camo duct tape, so I was happy to find that the spray-dried relatively fast. After I wiped it off with the rag, I noticed the seams where the joined pieces met were neat. Although my couch was covered, I realized I could probably get away with not using the bedliner spray cans on the painted area.

Bedliners are available in a variety of different fabrics. The spray gun has two speeds: low speed and high speed. Low speed allows you to spray the material quickly, which will help you work faster when painting your jeep's back end links or other areas of your truck that need to be painted quickly. High speed helps you cover larger areas more quickly, so it is recommended for any project that requires spraying large areas.

Although I love spray on liner, I think this year I'm going to try something else. My husband is getting a fiberglass jeep and he also wants a bedliner. We're not sure if it's going to be a fiberglass sheet or a liner, but we're going to give it a shot and see what we can come up with. Since our old spray on liners is about to be installed, now is a great time to look for new alternatives.

So far, I've found these to be the most effective way to protect your vehicle against dirt and stains: Bedliner Spray Cans, Paint Boss, Paint Jet, Clean & Oil, and Bedliner Spray Cans. Bedliner is available in a variety of colors and we did try red but had to live with the slight scratch to our seats. The spray paint seems to hold up well against everything we use, including the occasional accident from the kids playing rough with the cans. Overall, this project was a huge success and I'm very happy with the results.

I also think we may try flat black. The thought of flat black bedliner spray cans in our driveway would be pretty cool. Now we just need to decide where to get those. The guys at our local Lowes should have some good options. Thanks to the helpful mechanics, we were able to do the install in less than an hour, and you should have no trouble following the same instructions.