What You Need to Know About Spray On Bedliners and WireTrim

by User Not Found | Jul 28, 2016

Pickup trucks are incredibly popular all over the country. In 2012, 1.6 million trucks were sold in the United States, and in 2013, for every eight new vehicles sold, one was a full sized pickup truck. The major retailers of these trucks -- Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors -- all produce vehicles with impeccable quality, so investing in proper protection is crucial for the longevity of your truck. Choose a spray on truck bedliner to increase your truck’s longevity. Reflex and Gardit are both low pressure spray on liners that are comprised of two component polyurethane/polyurea hybrid materials.

WireTrim is an edge cutting tape that is involved in the process of spray on truck bedliners.

WireTrim’s main function is trimming through strong coatings, from the bottom of the coating up. This style of trimming uses a small high-strength cutting filament that is connected to the edge of an adhesive tape and placed on the surface of the truck, along the trim line prior to applying the coating.

Wiretrim makes the installation process of a spray bedliner far faster and easier. In addition to its efficiency, using this process reduces the potential damage to the truck bed or body as there are absolutely no chances of scratching the paint with a blade.

No matter what you plan on carrying in your truck -- whether it be a couch, heavy machinery, or a motorcycle -- you know that a spray on bedliner is the way to go in terms of protection. Nothing else will ensure the longevity of your truck's bed, so contact spray on bedliner dealers today to get started with the process!