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Why Every Contractor’s Truck Needs a Protective Bed Liner

Aug 13th 2015 at 9:46 PM

You work your truck almost as hard as you work yourself, and sometimes it shows. Big jobs require you to push it to the limits of its towing capacity, and sometimes they involve hauling a payload that involves a bit of heavy cleanup before you are ready for the next job. At other times, organizing your equipment has to take a back seat to getting the right tool for the job, so you need to be able to spread things out without losing track of all of your gear. Either way, the factory configuration for your truck bed is just not quite designed for the level and intensity of work that you do. Luckily, upgrading to a rugged protective bed liner will give you the coverage and the durability you need to power through anything.


One of the best ways spray-on bed liners help to protect your vehicle is by providing a seamless seal against environmental damage. In general, this helps to keep water from settling in places where it might be able to find exposed metal, preventing the onset of corrosion for longer than you otherwise might expect. For contractors, this has the added benefit of making cleanup much easier, since you can count on being able to hose down the entire liner without worrying about what’s left in the nooks and crannies.


It also has the added benefit of putting a layer of protection between your truck and anything that might potentially damage it. Some payloads, such as sand and fill dirt, can be abrasive to their containers. Over time, this damages regular truck beds, scratching the finish and providing that opportunity for corrosion to set in. When your bedliner takes that damage instead of your bed, it’s a lot easier to initiate damage control. Spray-on application means you can add a layer to any area that is getting thin.


Last but not least, having a good bedliner also means having a nice, sharp contrast for your tools and other gear. This makes it easier to see dropped items against the background of the bedliner, a minor benefit, but a strong one when you think about how that same feature keeps small items like screws and precision tools from slipping into places where they’d be harder to retrieve. In the end, there’s no reason why any professional to go without the benefits of a solid spray liner. To learn more about getting a spray liner in San Diego, check out this site.

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Justin is a certified car nut and writes about all car topics. He has a special interest in performance parts, wheels and rims. Share his enthusiasm at

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