Unprotected truck beds can be easily damaged. Heavy cargo is likely to scratch or dent the surface of your truck bed while in transit. Other forms of cargo may contain hazardous liquids with chemicals that corrode or damage a truck bed if spilled. If you have a new truck, protect your truck bed from the start with a high-quality Rhino liner.
Line Your New Truck Bed
Spray-on linings create a coating that’s thick, durable, and resistant to the abuse your truck bed will take on a regular basis. Because it’s a urethane-based product that’s sprayed on before hardening, Rhino lining forms to truck beds of every model, shape, and size.
Make Sure Cargo Doesn’t Shift Around
Cargo placed in the back of a truck can easily dent, scratch, and damage your truck bed if it slides around too much. Have a truck bed liner with slide-resistant properties installed to protect against this avoidable damage. Unlike many hard plastic liners on the market, a urethane truck bed coating leaves a thicker, more rubbery surface and does a much better job of keeping cargo in place. Knowing how to properly secure cargo with bungees, ropes, and nets will also keep your truck, its contents, and other motorists safe.
Add a Chemical-, Rust-, and Corrosion-Resistant Shield
You may occasionally use your truck to transport corrosive chemicals, which could damage your truck bed when spilled. You can protect the surface of your new truck bed by seeing a reputable auto detailer. Auto experts can recommend a truck bed coating that resists damage from most chemicals, rust buildup, and corrosion. Liners from Rhino create a barrier between your liquid cargo and the pristine surface of your new truck bed.
Ziebart of Fairfax is proud to be a certified retailer and applicator of Rhino lining products, a vehicle protection company with the best protective truck bed liners in the industry. Contact us for all your car detailing and auto protection needs today. Call (866) 939-7583 and don’t forget to ask about our Rhino Tuff Grip and Rhino Hardline spray-on liners.