We are applying spray-on bedliners on boat decks and floors, from bass trackers to large fishing boats. Palm Beach Customs can restore your boat to a better than the original.
It all started when we were located near the New England Fishing fleet in RI, owning a Large Sandblasting and Refinishing company. Testing the spray-on bedliner products on the lobster boats and offshore boats proved to be a good fit.
Why Use Spray-on Bedliner
Many boat owners are taking out their carpet. As you know, the carpet tends to hold moisture and just make a mess of the boats’ deck when you remove the carpet. That’s when you can see the damage caused to the marine plywood.
With proper prep of the wood, aluminum, and fiberglass surfaces, the spray-on bedliner adheres nicely.
Not to mention when we install spray-on bedliner for boats, the boat owner has a clean waterproof surface that is easy to clean, looks good, and keeps the water away.
Take a look at how we applied the spray-on bedliner to this Bass tracker below. The customer was very pleased so much that he had us refinish his engine cover and create new mercury logos.
Here is an example of a classic 1961 runabout that our shop restored.
The task included a medium gray spray-on liner on the fiberglass floor surface and provided a low maintenance solution to an easy rinse out and wash with soap vs. the old carpet installed from the factory.
We invite you to give us a call, visit our site, and ask questions for your project. We are located in Fort Myers, FL, and serve all of SWFL and surrounding areas.