• What is a sprayable gallon?
  • How do I Get the Right Temperature?
  • Do I Need a Primer?
  • Why are some other DIY Spray Bed Liners Cheaper?
  • How Much Product Do I Need?
  • What Texture and Thickness for External Body Coating?
  • Will this stick to plywood or concrete?
  • Suggested Compressor Settings?
  • How Thick are DIY Bed Liners Compared to Professional?
  • Does Thickness Matter for ALL Types of Bed Liner?
  • What is the most durable spray bedliner?
  • Does Spray-Lining have Anti-Stick Coatings?
  • What is a sprayable gallon?


    Like many polyureas, urethanes or hybrids chemical reaction and fusion occurs to produce the cured coating.  Our SLPV Plural Component Lining consists of liquids (parts A & B- Resin/Binder) and solids (PART C- polyurea / polymer micropowder).  High grade polyurea … Continue reading

    How do I Get the Right Temperature?


    Our Polyhybrid coatings work best when applied with an ambient temperature above 70 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are applying our materials in cold weather we recommend using heating fans or heat lamps to achieve the proper temperature range. Heat lamps … Continue reading

    Do I Need a Primer?


    This answer applies to our coating on ANY surface Spray-Lining SLPV coatings will adhere well to practically any surface. However, you need primers for the following conditions: Plastic Fenders, Bumpers, etc Bare Metal Bare Metal Preparation Whether it’s a truck … Continue reading

    Why are some other DIY Spray Bed Liners Cheaper?


    Spray Lining and Coatings Always Gives you the Right Amount of Coating Most DIY Products advertise a “1 gallon truck bed kit”. Over time this has caused many consumers to think that “One gallon equals one truck bed”. This is not … Continue reading

    How Much Product Do I Need?


    Here’s the calculation for any truck bed liner which is sprayed on: 1 gallon of any liquid covers 1604 sq ft at 1 mil (1/1000″). Therefore: total sq ft / (1604/mil height) = Gallons required to cover a specific area … Continue reading

    What Texture and Thickness for External Body Coating?


    Following the recent trend of applying bed liner to the outside of your vehicle saves you money and shows of the ruggedness of your auto. Doing these applications yourself requires a little bit of experience for a few reasons: It’s … Continue reading

    Will this stick to plywood or concrete?


    Our Bed Liner material is a polyhybrid formula which is a full range coating that is chemical resistant and has excellent adhesion properties with many materials. So, this can be used in other coating applications like decks, boats, etc. The … Continue reading

    Suggested Compressor Settings?


    What is the right CFM and PSI for my DIY Bed Liner? Different Products require different settings. Spray-Lining SLPVH-100, which is the basic spray bed liner, requires between 9 cfm @ 80 to 11 cfm @ 120 psi. You can … Continue reading

    How Thick are DIY Bed Liners Compared to Professional?


    That depends on who you are talking about. Most DIY Bed Liners are applied at most 30 mils which is 1/32 of an inch. If you read reviews of Raptor, Al’s and others you will see consumers state that they … Continue reading

    Does Thickness Matter for ALL Types of Bed Liner?


    Yes. Any material will adhere and protect better if it is thicker. So, in a relative manner, thickness ALWAYS matters. Different materials may have comparable specs to each other at different thicknesses, but, it’s not so significant that you could … Continue reading