Any recommended Bed-Liner Spray with a textured finish?

  1. phatjoe

    phatjoe Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I'm looking to spray paint some rock sliders. I put a couple of coats of the VHT wrinkle plus coating and I'm not a fan.

    I'm now looking into bed-liner spray with a textured finish. The more textured the finish the better...any recommendations?

    Thanks
     
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    herculiner is a good product. you can do it yourself.

    line x and rhino are another two. you'll have to find there dealer to do your work.
     
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    Do the spray liners perform as well as UHMW polyethylene sheeting, or do they tend to chip and scrape off?
     
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    I used rust-Oleum bed liner. Love the texture and it’s in a spray can about 6 bucks a can at Home Depot. Used it on my bumpers and frames on my truck and Jeep.
     
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    I used Rustoleum over Por-15 on my bumper a year ago. Still looks new and seems very tough. In addition, if it gets scratched/etc, just a quick respray touch up.
     
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    I like Raptor liner. Not very diy as you need a compressor, but have I have used it on a lot of projects. Very durable and you can adjust how rough a finish by spray technique and air pressure. It has a slippery non stick feel to it so it's easier to clean than a wrinkle finish.
     
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