ProTech Bedliners FAQs
The ProLine is sprayed up to 1/8” thick on the floor of the bed. But the strength of the lining is not determined by how thick the lining is sprayed, but by the hardness and durability of the product. ProTech Bedliners use the highest quality materials to give you maximum protection for your truck.
Depending on the condition of the vehicle, how much preparation is needed as well as the humidity levels on the particular application day, the time will vary, but for most truck applications we advise that it usually takes around 4 hours to complete the whole process. Most people drop their trucks off in the morning and pick them up in the afternoon.
During the process of spraying the liner the product dries within 10 seconds of each pass made. This is the chemical reaction that occurs by mixing the two chemicals at the right temperature. Yet we advise that the product usually has a cure time of 24 hours before it can be put to full use. We usually tell people that it is safe to put light things in the back of the truck right after you leave, but don’t drag a refrigerator through it until tomorrow.
Yes! We advise you to either call or stop by to set up an appointment so we can get you on our schedule.
ProTech Bedliners’ spray on bed-liners are meant to be a permanent application which gives your vehicle total protection and we are sure you will never have the need to remove it. Although it may be possible to remove the liner, it would be very difficult.
Yes! ProTech Bedliners will not warp, crack, peel or split because of weather or other environmental factors. ProTech Bedliners work and look great in temperatures between -40 degrees F and 175 degrees F.
To keep the lining clean, wash it as you would the rest of your vehicle, or just hose it out with water. Do not use silicon-based products on your lining, as they will reduce its skid resistance.