These are just a few of many questions to ask yourself when choosing to spray on or install a bed liner. Either way, we at Rhino Linings are here to do one or the other for you, no questions asked.

What do you prefer?

Spray-On vs. Drop-In?

Spray-on bed liners are considerably lighter than drop-ins, simply because it’s a water tight and airtight sealant applied to the bed of the truck. Bed liners installed are much heavier in weight, as it’s a strong cover that gets attached to the truck bed. If you use your truck for work and carry sharp tools or objects in the bed of your truck, you might want to consider having a bed liner installed. This type of liner is more durable and able to withstand sharp, heavy objects without scratching as easily as a spray-on bed liner.

Installing a bed liner will add more weight to your truck. If you don’t usually carry heavy objects for work, traveling, or daily use, consider having a spray-on bed liner installed.

Here are a few things you should know about the spray-on bed liners we can provide to you:

• Won’t peel, crack or warp

• Outperforms all drop-in liners

• Helps keep objects from sliding

• Resists abrasion

• Sprays on up to ¼” thick

• Available in all colors