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Herculiner HCL1B8 Brush-on Bed Liner Kit,Black

4.6 out of 5 stars 2,557 ratings

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  • Herculiner, brush on bed liner Kit, includes 1 gallon of ready to use Black protective coating, application brush, 2 rollers for easy & even application
  • Adds Extra shine to your product
  • Manufactured in China
  • Apply to metal, concrete, wood and more
  • Tough, textured polyurethane protective coating
  • 5 times thicker than other roll-ons
  • Skid resistant surface which wont chip, flake, or peel
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Item Dimensions 10 x 7 x 8 inches 4.25 x 4.25 x 4.88 inches 6.63 x 6.63 x 7.63 inches 10.75 x 7 x 3.75 inches 9.5 x 2.25 x 9.5 inches 12.2 x 9.06 x 7.09 inches

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Herculiner brush-on truck bed liner kit includes the following: one gallon of ready-to-use protective coating, one application brush for tight spots and corners, two rollers for easy/even application, one roller handle, and one abrasive pad to prepare truck bed. It has polyurethane and rubber granule coating that is applied in just 3 easy steps to the bed surface using the rollers and brush included with the kit. When cured, it provides a durable skid-resistant protective coating. Because it can bond to virtually any surface or material, Herculiner can be applied to wood, metal, concrete, aluminum, asphalt, rubber, fiberglass, and most plastics, including PVC.


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Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2017
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great results in my cargo trailer, but a few tricks make it much easier!
By Ryan G. on June 26, 2017
I used this to paint the floor, ramp and 18" up the walls of a 6x12 cargo trailer. Two kits was just right, with a little left over in each bucket. Very happy with the final results, but have some suggestions to help you avoid some of the issues I ran into:

1) Toss the included foam rollers in the garbage and order one or two [[ASIN:B000U9DIGE Dupli-Color TRC104 Truck Bed Coating Replacement Roller Cover - 1 each - 0.25 oz.]]. The foam rollers pack up with rubber bits and become worthless after about 15-20 minutes of use. I bought two kits and went through three of the foam rollers on my first coat, and was not happy with the results of the first coat. I then went to the local auto parts store and got the Dupli Color roller and did the entire second coat with it...and it was still in great condition. If you stored the roller in a gallon-sized zip lock bag with a splash of Xylene between your first and second coat, you could probably get away with using a single roller for the whole job.

2) Buy a 7" sturdy plastic or metal paint tray (not a liner). I used one from the local Big Box store that didn't have the drain channels down the middle. All of the ones I've seen on Amazon have them...I have heard that paint just accumulates in the channels and is wasted. YMMV...

3) Buy a can of [[ASIN:B000V4L86A Klean-Strip QXY24 Xylol Xylene, 1-Quart]]. Do not use Alcohol, Acetone or mineral spirits. This is per the instruction manual. Alcohol or Acetone can ONLY be used for cleanup, whereas Xylene can also be used to thin the bed liner and works great for cleanup as well. Add a splash of it to the roller and pan just before you refill it to keep the pan and roller from tacking up. Also about every other pan refill, add a splash to the can of unused bed liner to keep it from thickening up (every time you open it, some evaporates). When I say splash, I'm talking about maybe a tablespoon-ish. Also, in case it wasn't obvious, keep the lid on the bucket between pan fills to reduce evaporation and moisture absorption. Also, be sure to stir the bucket well before each time you pour out some, since the rubber bits settle to the bottom slowly.

4) Last but certainly not least, buy an Organic Vapor Blocking Respirator: [[ASIN:B0009F5KDS 3M Paint Project Respirator, Large]]. The Xylene vapors are nasty.
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Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2016
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4.0 out of 5 stars I am quite happy with the results
By NewMexPilot on May 6, 2016
As I began to scuff up the bed of my truck, I asked myself why am I doing this to a brand new $40k truck to save $400. At that point I was already committed so I pushed forward. I followed the directions exactly, spending a lot of time on prep. I chemically cleaned the bed twice, just to be sure it was clean and free of any wax/oil from the factory. I carefully masked off all areas I did not want any liner. Application was exactly per the instructions. I am quite happy with the results.

A few items of note that might help future users. I coated a full size pickup truck that had a 6.5’ bed. One can was JUST enough. The first coat took a little more than ½ the can so I was worried I would run out on coat two, but it was the exact amount with only ¼ cup or so left over. The second coat did not use as much as the first coat, which was really lucky. If you are going up and over the bed rails, one can would not suffice.

The can says 1 to 4 hours between coats. Well I waited and waited and by dark it had not set up to where I could get in to apply the second coat. I decided to do some research and discovered that humidity has a lot to do with the product curing. We are in the high desert and our humidity is about 18% right now. It took 24 hours to cure to the point I could get in there and apply the second coat, it was still tacky but just. After applying the second coat I soaked the concrete floor of my garage and closed it up to raise the humidity up so it would cure faster.

The included paintbrush is junk, use a quality brush and then toss when done. The included roller seemed to do well.

Use an electric drill and paint stirrer and stir frequently. The rubber particles separate fast. Pour small quantities in your pan as it will even settle in the pan.

I masked very well, but still had a few spots where the liner seeped under the tape. I was easily able to clean up those areas with Acetone and paper towels.

I will edit this post should I run into any issues down the road. For now, I am very pleased and would do it again. I also see other uses for this product, like the deck of my trailer.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2018
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4.0 out of 5 stars Quality brush on; prep is key
By Chris on April 13, 2018
I was fairly impressed by the pictures, so instead of going to a spray service, I bought this kit. Note that with this kit you also need a paint mixer attachment for a drill, acetone, and 2 GOOD paint brushes (included brush is terrible and the compound builds up between the bristles.)

The prep is by far the most work. If you don’t have a sander, you will have a long day ahead of you. I used the included hand pad and 100 grit sandpaper on a 4” orbital sander. This took 1-2 hours. Taping took 30min and paint took 1 hr. (x2)

The compound itself is akin what you would get at the dealership. And needs to be mixed throughly with a drill.
I had 2 issues -
The 1st roller was good but the second fell apart 10min before I was finished with the second coat. Which caused me to brush the remaining 1’x5’ of the bed.
The 2nd is that I ran out before I was able to do touch ups. Knowing this now, I would recommend to add 10% of the specified thinner (read the directions.) A gallon was barely enough to finish my 6’ bed, so I would love to see the kit include another quart for touch ups and 8” beds.
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Rob
5.0 out of 5 stars ... you are going to apply this product i highly recommend watching some videos before you do so
Reviewed in Canada on May 4, 2018
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Matthew
3.0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for
Reviewed in Canada on August 14, 2018
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not UV resistant
Reviewed in Canada on October 18, 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not UV resistant
Reviewed in Canada on October 18, 2019
This product is terrible! 1 year after application the product has deteriorated to the point of no longer coating the metal and rust is now obvious on the surfaces. Product was applied to bare metal that was properly prepared. Now have to remove the product which is far more labor intensive than the initial application. Save your money- don't buy this product.
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Highman
5.0 out of 5 stars Richtig klasse!!!
Reviewed in Germany on October 12, 2016
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harvey
5.0 out of 5 stars Best stuff there is...
Reviewed in Canada on October 7, 2019
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