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Sprayon Bedliner for Heavy Duty Pickup Trucks Ft Myers

by | Feb 20, 2012 | Bedliner

Spray-on bedliner for heavy-duty pickup trucks is among the best ways to protect your pickup truck from damages such as:

  • deep scratches on the paint and priming
  • dents and bending of the bed
  • corrosive acid spills

Here we have a great case of a smart investment.

The owner works with heavy and large items: doors windows, industrial doors, etc. and he wants his new truck to last a long time without losing its beauty. Applying the top-quality Reflex spray-on bedliner will help us to protect the truck. And to stay beautiful for a long time.

If you own a similar business, where you need your truck to haul bulky loads that can easily scratch or dent the bed of your truck, it is a good idea to apply a high-quality, durable Reflex spray-on bedliner.

It usually takes several phases to get the job done properly. 

Here’s how your truck will be treated here at Palm Beach Customs.

First, we will fully prepare the metal surface. That means removing all plastic parts mounted on the bed. 

After removal, we do a thorough cleanup of the truck bed, ensuring that the entire metal surface is completely cleaned up from any dust, dirt buildup, or oily stains. If there is rust, we will take care of it too. Rust is like cancer to autobody elements, and you don’t want any rust to be under the spray-on bedliner.

The next step is to protect parts of the truck that don’t need bedlining. Since applying the Reflex Bedliner is with spraying, we will protect any glass areas, headlights, backlights, and chromed items. We will remove them or just cover them with recyclable nylon and paper.

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The next step is priming the surface. This phase ensures that the spray-on bedlining mass will adhere completely to the metal surface, so there are no bubbles of air. If air bubbles get trapped under the bedliner, the surface will crack and tear off the truck bed, which is not good.

With the truck bed cleaned up, primed, and all other parts protected, it’s time for spraying on the bedliner. The complete process gives you a perfectly protected truck bed.

Take a look at how well protected this truck is now. Every surface that will ever be used to transport materials is coated with the durable Reflex bedliner, and this truck is guaranteed to remain functional, clean, and nice looking for years to come. 

On top of all that, the bedliner coating will make the driving experience more pleasurable. It cushions most of the noise since anything you carry won’t be directly hitting the metal bed.

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