|Item Weight||9.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 7 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||HCL1G8|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HCL1G8|
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Herculiner HCL1G8 Gray Brush-on Bed Liner Kit
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- Tough, textured polyurethane protective coating
- 5 Times thicker than other roll-ons
- Skid resistant surfaces - won't chip, flake, or peel
- Prevents rust - bonds and seals all surfaces
- Resistant to gasoline, oil, solvents and chemicals
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Herculiner is the # 1 selling DIY bed liner. There are more than 101 uses, Herculiner bonds to metal, aluminum, concrete, wood, plastic, rubber, fiberglass, asphault and more.
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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.
The only thing I did not like about the kit was the foam roller applicators. They worked great for game most part but they would start to wear out on the edges and little foam pieces would fall off and get stuck in the wet bed liner.
A few tips for a professional job: make sure you prep thoroughly with the scour pad or 120-150 grit sandpaper (just enough to scuff the paint but not removing the primer base all the way to bare metal). I used 120 grit sandpaper for the entire job. Another important tip is masking and cover up. Make sure you use a quality masking tape for this stuff, it will save you a lot of time in the long run. Once you have masked off and applied the bed liner, take a rag with some acetone and wipe down the tape seam so that you don't have to run a razor down your swam later on, this makes pulling the tape up, exponentially easier! Gives you a better finished line too.
A third tip would be to strive for evenness. This is some pretty thick stuff so you'll want to make sure it doesn't run or glob. Make sure to constantly stir the can while working too. The product has gritty stuff in it so you'll want to stir it up pretty good to keep it suspended in the medium.
Also, when using the brush, rather than using a painting motion, just dab it aggressively to keep the textured feel that the rollers give.
Cleanup is important to do right away with acetone and wearing old clothes and rubber gloves is a must! I got some of this stuff on my arm and it's still on me three days later.
I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a superior bed liner for the price!
- If applying to plastic, buy a wire wheel for your drill and scuff the crap out of it first
- Clean surface with xylene, like they recommend, and let it fully dry. Wear gloves, xylene is a very nasty solvent.
- If you don't feel like ordering their special rolling pads, you can find 9" textured roller pads at local hardware stores (they're like a sponge made of rubbery wires). Buy a 4 1/2" roller, and cut the 9" pad in half. Works great for application of this stuff.
- Applying this with a brush is an art-form because you have to be very gentle about spreading the suspended rubber pellets evenly. Go slow.