Guidelines For Spray-On Bedliner

REMEMBER

IT TAKES ONLY WEEKS FOR BLEACH TO DESTROY YOUR TRUCK OR TRAILER.

  • Make sure that the material being used is polyurea

    Any other material will be a waste of money. Polyurea is known to be the most durable and liquid resistant.

  • All weep holes, seams, and other compromised areas need to be sealed

    Your bed should be able to hold water when sprayed properly.

  • Spray all the way to the farthest edge

    Give specific instructions to spray all the way to the farthest edge of the end of bed rails and the bottom side of tailgate.

  • Request that your bumper be removed and encapsulated with the spray

    This means the inside and outside of your bumper should be sprayed.

  • Spray-On Trailer

    If you have a trailer, you will want the ENTIRE surface of the trailer to be sprayed, and if it is an enclosed trailer, you will want it to be sprayed 12-18” up the sides of the inside walls as well.

SoftWash Systems highly recommends that you bring the truck, trailer or van to us with a spray-on bedliner already completed before your installation of your system.

Which company do I use? – Line-X has multiple locations across the US, we have used them many times and their bedliner has a warranty on it. We recommend them.

Sprayed In Bedliners

At the Bench with AC Lockyer