Truck Liner Sprays are the answer to truck bed protection. A professionally applied, high-performance liner really looks beautiful, and adds the truck up to another level in termsTruck bed paint protection comes in many forms. High-performance paint protection systems come in a variety of forms, such as paint guards, covers, mats, etc. But for the protection of the bed paint, truck liners perform the best. Truck liners also protect the truck bed from abrasion and damage, providing it with a non-slip surface that is easy to clean and maintain.
Truck bed coating protection can be achieved with truck liner spray products. These paint protection systems are available in spray cans, aerosol cans, etc. The main advantages of the spray products over the other forms of coating protection systems include ease of application, reduced preparation time, no clean-up, no fumes, no overspray, and fast-drying times. These spray products allow a smooth, even coat to be applied to the truck bed without any preparation time. Moreover, truck bed coating systems that use spray liners have a much tighter seam than other forms of coating, thereby offering a much tighter seal.
There are three main sprayer options available to the consumer; the drum sprayer, the tube sprayer, and the rotary sprayer. Each sprayer is capable of producing a different spray pattern. The rotary sprayer produces a fine mist that provides excellent coverage and control. The tube sprayer provides a medium-coated foundation with spray tip and thick coverage while providing a consistent and uniform spray. The drum sprayer is capable of producing a more even spray but may lack the coverage of other types of sprays.
Depending on the application needs of the job, the appropriate sprayer will be needed. A drum sprayer is best suited for spraying interior trucks, larger trucks, or trucks that will be transported in areas where condensation or water may present a problem. These products offer excellent coverage and durability, as well as speed and ease of application. A tube sprayer is ideal for spraying almost all surfaces in a typical truck. These products are able to provide excellent coverage, though may dry out faster than the other types of sprayers. Lastly, the rotary-sprayer is a versatile sprayer that is most commonly used to provide both finish penetration and interior wetness control.
Once the proper sprayer is selected, it is time to move on to the application process. The sprayer should be sprayed onto the truck bed before the primer has been applied to the truck body and the external surfaces. After the primer has cured, it is time to move on to the coatings themselves. Polyurethane coating is applied to the truck through a spray gun. This coating provides exceptional waterproofing, protection from the elements, as well as rust and moisture. Many truck owners find that this coating offers a tremendous increase in the truck's overall performance, particularly in wet climates.
Truck owners seeking a coating that is able to resist the effects of weather must consider one thing. That factor is temperature. Polyurethane sprays are most effective when they have been heated. This provides increased resistance to weathering, as well as increased durability. Once the coating has been heated, however, it becomes much less useful because it begins to dry out, requiring frequent re-applying. This is why the sprayer is so important; it allows a truck owner to complete his project with very little fuss or damage.
The truck coating is often considered a final project for a trucking company to complete. However, it should be noted that it can actually be performed on the owner's truck. If you do not already own spray products, it is important that you do research and read up on how to properly apply them. These safety tips will also help you determine which spray products to purchase if you do happen to use them.