Many people choose to buy a pickup truck because of its versatility. It can be a passenger vehicle, yet it is rugged enough to haul a wide range of items from debris, soil, equipment, and tools. However, it is easy to damage the truck bed without protection because of the various things you load into it. In addition, the floor surface can have holes, dents and scratches, which can mar the otherwise pristine appearance of your truck.
Likewise, it is better to keep your truck protected from seasonal weather changes. That being said, you have some practical options, such as applying spray-on bed liner on the truck bed. You can likewise give the exterior of your truck that extra protection with Durabak paint, a polyurethane-based paint that’s strong enough to be applied to marine vessels as well.
Weatherproofing your truck
When you’re the owner of a brand new pickup truck, you want to protect it and preserve its good looks and pristine condition for as long as possible if you are going to use it for business, the more you need to give it protection.
The first thing is to protect the truck bed. Although there are several types of truck bed liners you can choose from, the top choice of many truck owners today is spray-on bed liners. The cost of the application may be higher. But the length of time you are going to use the bed liner, the easy repair and maintenance and the product’s many features make choosing it the most ideal and cost-efficient option.
With the superior quality and effectiveness of the product, spray-on bed liner manufacturers are extending the protective feature of their product. With a broader range of colors, spray-on bed liners are not only for truck bed protection. You can now use the product to paint the exterior of your vehicle. Thus, with just one type of product, you can provide overall protection for your truck from dirt, debris, rust, harsh liquids, bumps, and scratches, to UV rays, rain, sleet, hail, and snow.
Better coverage, better protection
Polyurethane paint, the same material you use to line your truck bed, provides good coverage to protect your trucks exterior, wheel wells, fenders, tailgates, rocker panels, spoilers, bumpers, and more. It adheres closely to the surface, creating a thick, waterproof coating that will resist impacts and UV rays. In addition, the paint acts as a flexible sealant, covering minor scratches and pings, small holes and gaps. You can decide whether you want a smooth formulation or a textured version.
The spray paint minimizes vibration, preventing friction on surfaces that come in contact with each other. Since the paint covers seams, joints, and other hard-to-reach places, you protect even the not so visible surfaces. Moreover, the coating prevents water, rain, and melted snow from accumulating in corners and joints, which can later seep through small cracks and start the formation of rust.
Wind and hail can bring with them materials that can scratch and dent your car. However, with the protective coating providing your vehicle with impact resistance, you do not have to worry even if a golf-ball-sized hail hits your vehicle.
Spray-on coating has UV protection. So it prevents the color from fading. It will keep your car cool even when it’s blazing hot outside.
Protect your pickup truck from any kind of weather. Find a professional installer to coat your entire vehicle with spray-on bed liner and polyurethane paint to ensure your and your vehicle’s safety in any kind of weather.