You've decided to get a spray-on bedliner to protect your truck bed. It looks great and you know your truck is protected. But now you're taking a second look at your truck. The paint job could use a little fixing up. See all those dents and scratches? Maybe, just maybe, you should spray the whole truck with bedliner?
It's not the most terrible idea and one that many truck owners have had. Many internet message boards have mentioned the pros and cons of spraying your truck with a spray-on bedliner. So we decided to help you decide if it's right for your truck.
Why You Want to Spray Your Entire Truck
We all know that spray-on bedliners are the best option for your truck bed. But what about the truck itself? Well, let's see. The coating is impact resistant so it creates a hard shell around your bed, preventing the occasional scratch or dent. This is beneficial because, as we all know, a scratch can lead to rust, and rust can lead to structural damage. And no one wants that!
Spraying your entire truck will not only make your truck look invincible but it will be like adding a coat of armor to your truck. You will be protected from anything!
Another benefit to spraying your truck is protecting your vehicle from the sun's harmful rays. As anyone in Texas knows, the sun's UV rays can easily damage your vehicle's paint job. It can oxidize and fade the paint, making it look rather old and worn out. The headlights can be easily damaged as can the rubber in your tires and other parts of the vehicle.
But a spray-on bediner in UV resistant. Which means the color will not fade, even if your vehicle is in constant sunshine. By spraying your entire truck, you know that is one paint job that won't fade over time.
Another benefit is water protection. Water can lead to corrosion, which damages the integrity of your vehicle. But spray-on bedliners are waterproof -- no water damage here!
And come on, spray-on bedliners do look pretty cool. You don't have to choose just black -- Marvel Coatings has an array of colors to choose from.
Why You May Not Want to Spray Your Entire Truck
But let's be honest, there is a downside to spraying your entire truck with spray-on bedliner. For example, it may kill the resale value of your truck.
And remember, a spray-on bedliner is a pretty permanent. So if you're going to do it, know that you're going to have it for a long time! It can also add some weight to your vehicle, which can affect your gas mileage.
Find a Marvel Coatings Dealer Today
Still undecided? Maybe a Marvel Coatings dealer can help! Give us a call or contact us to find the closest dealer.