EZ Liner Truck Bed Coating Kit
I sprayed this in my utility trailer yesterday, and so far, all looks good. Directions state that a full cure will take 72 hours - so I have to wait a bit longer before I put it through its paces. If it fails, I'll be sure to write another review. Directions were easy to follow. One note however, don't bother using the gloves the kit comes with. Mine developed holes so I got a fair bit on my hands - among other places. Purchase a quality pair of rubber gloves. This stuff is impossible to remove - even varisol isn't removing it - guess thats why they say its chemical resistant. ;-) For now, I'm living with black hands until it wears off. If it sticks as well to the metal I'll be happy.
June 25, 2009
Good if you don't use it
This seems line a good product; however the first thing I threw in the back (an old microwave) scratched off some of the coating. The next day, some small chunks of concrete scraped many, holes in the bedliner. If you never use your truck bed, this is a great product; but if you plan on putting anything other than styrofoam and feathers in the back; get a spray-on, drop-in, or plywood liner.
May 4, 2008
A little tricky to use at first but by second coat I was flying. Overall very happy with the finished product. It took about 4 hours for the whole procedure on my new truck. Worth the $600 saving of having it done professionally!
August 22, 2007