Truck bed refinishing
A Bed Liner Coating will extend the life of your truck bed and improve its appearance. These coatings are easy to apply and will protect your truck bed from weathering, scratches, rust, and weathering.
You can use bed liners on truck beds, running boards and bedrails, as well as other metal, fiberglass, and wood surfaces. These coatings are applied using a roller/brush, spray gun, or aerosol.
These products and methods will help you fix and enhance your vehicle for a low price and with great results.
Three types of Bed Liners are available to fit your project:
Step-by-Step Instructions for Truck Bed Refinishing
Please Be Advised
These are not professional recommendations. They are intended to help you get your project off the ground. Touch Up Zone can’t guarantee the results of any project or process step and cannot accept responsibility for product applications or misuses.
Before You Start
- Wear proper safety protection, such as Safety glasses, Respirator and Particle Mask, Latex, Nitrile Gloves, and Hearing Protection if you use power tools that emit high levels of noise.
- Spray coatings and sanding should be done in a well-ventilated area.
- Temperature should be warm enough for coatings and materials drying properly.
- You should work in an area that is well-lit so you can see what you’re doing.
- Follow all label instructions.
Tools and Equipment, Paint, and Material Options
Each project’s recommended tools, equipment, paint and materials are listed in the repair process and highlighted in red. Click the button below to purchase these Tools, Equipment, Paint, and Materials. You can find product descriptions and tech tips here.