|Model||Herculiner Brush-On Bedliner Kit - Black|
|Item Weight||10.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 7 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||HCL1B8|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HCL1B8|
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Herculiner HCL1B8 Brush-on Bed Liner Kit
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- Tough, textured polyurethane protective coating
- 5 times thicker than other roll-ons
- Skid resistant surface which wont chip, flake, or peel
- Prevents rust - bonds and seals all surfaces
- Resistant to gasoline, oil, solvents, and chemicals
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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Update, three years later this is holding up great and does a good job protecting the bed. I always keep a truck cap or tonneau cover on the bed, so it is not directly exposed to sun or snow. It definitely will fade in direct sun exposure, but I believe all coatings will.
Read the instructions, take your time, use gloves and old clothes and place something under the container to catch drips and for sure have great ventilation! The can is difficult to open, well-sealed for shipping I suppose, just keep working around the rim and eventually it will surrender. It took me several minutes to open the can.
Comes with a pad to rough up surfaces, 1 paint brush, 1 roller handle and 2 roller pads, you need two coats. The roller handle is really cheap but it gets the job done and it is a throwaway. I completed my job within 24 hours allowing drying time for the first coat. I did a diamond-plate flatbed, about 38 square feet, with 2 coats and still have about one half gallon remaining. It appears there should be plenty for a standard bed pick-up including sides and tailgate.
I used painters blue tape for edges but that did not work well on the diamond-plate, the liquid carrier ran underneath. For the final coat I used duct tape to obtain the crisp line I wanted and it worked. I rolled it on directly out of the can, I left a paint stir-stick in the can and as I worked I stirred the coating each time I dipped the roller in. The consistency appears to be just right I did not need to thin it out, stirs easily and is rich with texture (see close up of finish on diamond-plate.)
Dab product in corners with paint brush, don't try to paint in normal fashion, when using the roller do not press down, it just thins out the application, get the roller well coated (mind the drips) and just move it across the area to coat.Read more ›
The supplies provided are actually fairly quality. The roller is smooth, the brush doesn't gum up, the scuff pad seems like a real Scotch pad too. All I had to buy was a roll of blue tape, a paint pan, and some Xylene, if no Xylene can be obtained some acetone or MEK will suffice. So about 20 bucks in additional supplies.
The steps are simple once you've acquired the extra supplies: Wash, tape, scuff, wipe down with Xylene, let dry and roll the Herculiner on. You should make certain to have mixed the product thoroughly. After a good while (as the product takes a while in 45 degrees to cure) it's time to re-apply; when it's about to lose it's tacky feeling. Pull the tape while it's all still curing and...voila! Fresh clean lines with a great textured finish.
The result is wonderful, it's basically a poly-something-or-other with tiny rubbery peices in it. The peices seem to allow the product to be applied thicker than normal enamels, and the rubber pieces wind up being distributed fairly evenly, resulting in a clean, textured finish. I have no doubt it will be far more durable than anything I'll be putting it through, with the exception (perhaps) of scraping it on rocks to the point of damaging the fender itself.
So, with quality supplies included with the kit, some cheap seperate supplies, some careful thought-out prep work, you can no doubt create a very desirable and durable finish on most anything.Read more ›
First off I read online instructions and reviews to get the overall process down, glad you are doing the same. Most reviews state that additional sanding items will be needed, this is true. I have a 2008 Dakota that was destroyed from moves, camping and hauling. The bare metal on the rails and bed had a light layer of Hawaii rust when I started the process. Some suggestions for additional items are as follows:
2x 60 Grit Sanding Block
1x 3 Inch / 1 Inch Painters Tape
Paint Pan / Stir Stick
Electric Sander w/ 60-80 Grit Paper (optional)
Large Paint Brush
After removing all inner hardware I taped off the "over rail" lines using the 3 inch painters tape. There will be a small amount of run on the paint so this is important. for the curves in the back of the bed to the tail gate I used the thinner tape, easier to bend.
Next came the cleaning - wash it out with soap and water using the provided wool cloth to get up surf wax, oil stains and dog leftovers. Then comes the sanding - I used the sanding blocks for the rails, wheel wells and corners. The large surfaces can be done by hand but I opted to use the electric sander. Some people decided to go all the way to bare metal, I did this on the rust spots only and did an even sand on everything else. I finished by re-washing, drying and wiping down everything that was going to be painted with Paint Thinner. The preperation process took an entire morning (7am-10am).
Now the application: Make sure you apply in the shade, this stuff will dry fast.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked PERFECTLY for our Jeep wrangler. PREP is the key here. Sand until your hands hurt or its not going to turn out as well. Follow the instructions and dont skip steps! Read morePublished 3 days ago by Sierra Tuten
Yes, the author of this review, myself, is one bad mother [expletive deleted] and yes I box lined my entire minivan (new dad) and stuck an overhead light bar on it. Read morePublished 4 days ago by andy
I received this item on the exact shipping date, included exactly what was included it was neatly packaged and well supported inside the packaging. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Went a long way. Tough and durable. Pretreated with rustoleum rust reverter.Published 6 days ago by NS1
After nearly a year of heavy use in my Jeep, the liner kit still looks great and has held up better than I expected. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Tim Spitler
the kit only is for a 6 ft bed description dosn't sayany thing about only for six ft bed have buy another quart what a rip off now have get a extra quartPublished 10 days ago by jimwyman
Don't buy this if you plan to use your truck. I followed all the instructions, wash the bed, sand the bed, wash it with acetone, apply 2 cotes. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Hunter