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Friday, July 2, 2021

Which Bedliner Installer Is Closest To Me?


What bedliner company is near me?

With bedliner applicators in most states, you can be sure that ArmorThane will have one in your area. Check here to see the nearest applicator to where you currently are. 

What makes ArmorThane the best?

ArmorThane dealers keep watercraft and new vehicles in top shape. ArmorThane coatings help prolong the vehicle's service life and prevent any deterioration. 

These same coatings can be used to fix any damage, increase performance years, and make the vehicle look new again. ArmorThane's surface protection can also increase the resale value.

    Add Durability to Your Products and Save Money

    Our dealers keep watercraft and new vehicles in top shape. ArmorThane coatings help prolong the vehicle's service life and prevent any deterioration. These same coatings can be used to fix any damage, increase performance years, and make the vehicle look new again. ArmorThane's surface protection can also increase the resale value.

    • Resists scratching and denting
    • It holds its shape well but is flexible enough to prevent it from being broken or chipped.
    • Protects against corrosion and the rusting of elements or most chemicals
    • Textured surface reduces skidding and slipping
    • Absorbs vibration to reduce noise and vibration
    • Fast and easy application with bonds that dry in seconds.
    • Potable water applications safe
    • Available in many colors to match OEM specifications or other custom options
    • UV ColorCoat color stability remains intact even when exposed to prolonged direct sunlight


    Coatings protect new or used truck beds, work vehicles and watercraft

    Polyurethane or Polyurea spray-on coatings can be used on many kinds of vehicles, including personal, commercial, and industrial vehicles as well as boats and military transport.

    • Truck bed liners
    • Fenders and Bumpers
    • Trim and Nerf Bars
    • Rocker Panels
    • SUVs, vans, and Jeeps
    • All types of trailers
    • Boat Hulls and Decks
    • Evacuation Vehicles
    • Transport for commercial purposes
    • Construction Equipment
    • Hoppers, Buckets and Other Items
    • Farm Equipment
    • Military Vehicles
    • Water tanks
    • Fuel Transport
    • Chemical Carriers
    • Plus, Much More


    Spray-on...
    Better than factory-installed

    Applicators who have been professionally trained are able to deliver the following:

    • For greater protection, use a thicker application
    • An aliphatic coating that does not fade like aromatic chemicals
    • Large range of colors available and OEM color matching
    • Optional application to rocker panels etc
    • After an accident, what are your options for repair?

    Simple modifications such as adding planks made of wood to truck bed protection began. Since then, the industry has made great strides. As pickup trucks became more common to transport cargo, a more sophisticated method was developed. Thermoforming is a method that heats a sheet of plastic to make it flexible and shapes it to a desired shape. It then cuts the material to create a useful product. Companies began to reproduce this design and produce pre-formed liners at a large scale in the 1980s.

    Spray-on bedliners

    Spray-on bedliners are available in many formulations and processes, including aromatic, aliphatic and high-pressure polyurea and polyurethane or hybrid and solvent-based. The initial preparation work done before spraying is critical to ensure that the product performs well.

  • While it is possible to match the color of your vehicle's bedliner, color fade from ultraviolet radiation will occur. Bedliners are usually black.
  • Aromatic

  • The most affordable option is Aromatic, which is used for black color. Aliphatic is a good choice if you want a color bedliner. It is more stable in ultraviolet light and can be applied to any color. This pure polyurethane chemical can increase the cost by around 30-45%.
  • Aliphatic

  • You can spray Aliphatic material in many colors. UV rays won't alter the color like Aromatic.
  • There are stark differences between spray-on and roll on bedliners

    The texture and color of spray-on bedliner material can vary. You can choose between a smooth texture for easy cleaning and a rough texture for increased durability and skidding prevention. Thinner coatings are more expensive but can crack and chip. ArmorThane recommends bedliners that are 1/4 inch thick on trucks that see the most extreme use. This includes the truck bed, wheel wells and sides. ArmorThane offers seamless spray-on polyurea solutions which provide a watertight, durable seal against corrosion and abrasion. Our quick application technology reduces downtime and delivers a flexible, cost-effective protective coating that is long-lasting, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Protect your vehicle from the elements, and keep it looking great for many years. Our polyurea experts can help you find the best solution today.

    Why you need a bedliner

    Your truck is a valuable piece of heavy machinery. It has a large bed that can be used to transport large loads of material simultaneously. Your truck's bed will eventually wear out if you don’t take care of it. A quality bedliner should be installed on every truck owner. To meet the needs of truck buyers, there are a variety of options for truck bed protection.

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