|Item Weight||15 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||248914|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Certification||Stops rust formula|
|Warranty Description||Satisfaction Guaranteed|
Rust-Oleum, Black 248914 Truck Bed Coating Spray, 15 oz
|You Save:||$0.86 (11%)|
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- Ideal for use on truck beds, trailer floors, fenders and other metal surfaces
- Stops Rust formula provides long lasting protection with any-angle spray comfort tip that reduces finger fatigue and makes it easy to reach hard to paint places
- Dries to the touch in 1 hour and covers up to 20 sq. ft.
- Offers superior durability and can be used on bare or primed metal truck beds
- Textured non-skid finish is resistant to scratches and the outdoor elements
- Conforms to the exact shape of the truck bed
- Reduces road noise
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From the manufacturer
Truck Bed Paint and Protection
The premium selection of Rust-Oleum Truck Bed Coating products provides a fast and practical way to extend the longevity of vehicles. Whether it's to keep new trucks looking their best or to revitalize rusted, weathered beds after years of use, these rust-resistant formulas ensure exceptional protection from the elements and wear. Versatile paints can also be used on fenders, step areas, trailer floors and more.
Attractive Finish That Extends the Life of Truck Beds
Premium Bed Liner: Built for the Long Haul
Weather, rust and wear can cause major damage to truck beds over time, shortening their usable life and leaving unsightly marks. Rust-Oleum truck bed coatings all contain the powerful Stops Rust formula to halt corrosion and protect vulnerable metal from moisture. Specialized textured paints also include fade, chip, and scratch resistance to ensure that surfaces stay sealed and attractive through harsh conditions.
Use on new truck beds to ensure they stay in top condition or on old, worn beds to restore them to like-new quality.
Choosing the Right Coating
Spray on aerosols go on fast and make it easier to create a uniform, drip-free finish. They are ideal for coating tight spaces, corners and curves where brushes may have trouble reaching.
Traditional quarts or gallons can be used with a brush, roller or paint spraying system. They allow for more direct control during application and offer greater total coverage per can.
Clear coats allow for the same degree of protection as opaque coatings while still letting the beauty of the original surface show. Great for keeping new truck beds looking their best.
Proper Preparation for Better Results
Remove Paint and Rust
Remove any loose paint or rust from surface. For better final coat adhesion, lightly sand surface with medium grit sand paper.
Thoroughly Clean Surface
Remove all dirt, grime, grease and residue from area to be painted. Allow to dry completely.
Mask Off Areas
Use painter's tape and coverings to mask off areas that you do not want coated. This will help avoid overspray errors.
Using method indicated on label, apply 2-3 light coats. Refer to full instructions on can for recoating times.
|Truck Bed Coating Spray||Truck Bed Coating Brush On||Professional Grade Truck Bed Coating|
|Non-skid textured finish||✓||✓||✓|
|Scratch, fade and weather resistance||Great||Great||Best|
|Good for coating tight spaces and contours||✓||✓|
|Apply with brush, roller or sprayer||✓|
|Coverage||15-20 sq. ft.||35-40 sq. ft. per quart||Up to 7 sq. ft.|
|Dry to touch||30 minutes||2 hours||1 hour|
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Rust-Oleum Automotive Truck Bed Coating Spray is a textured finish that forms to the contours of a truck bed. For recoating and restoring worn, unfinished or previously finished metal truck beds. Helps prevent truck bed damage caused by scratches, rust and weather. Also ideal for running boards, bedrails and more. Use outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.
From the Manufacturer
Rust-Oleum Truck Bed Coating is an easy to use spray on coating that provides a durable, abrasion resistant, textured, non-skid finish to truck beds.
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Prep tips if your'e a newbie to painting on metal:
1- Clean the heck out of it with soap and water. Wipe dry
2 Clean again with acetone or brake cleaner. I prefer acetone.
3- If the metal has a slick finish, take some kind of abrasive to it. This allows the primer to grab onto it. And since you're going to use this pebbly textured paint, you won't see any lines anyways.
4- Repeat steps 1 and 2
5- Prime. 2 coats is good enough
6- Paint. 1st two coats should be light coats. Paint the hard to reach places like inside corners first. Paint all joints and edges. Then finish by spraying all the long big surfaces.
7- Last coat can be a little heavier.
Couple of additional tips:
- This stuff needs to be kept at room temperature. The "stuff" in there needs to be shaken up quite often in between spray runs. Shake it often is what I'm saying.
- Clean the tip w/ a clean piece of paper towel soaked in brake cleaner or acetone. Don't let the paint/pebbly stuff coagulate on the tip and esp inside the tip.
- When you're done painting, turn the can upside down, point it in a direction you don't care about, clear the nozzle, and then clean the tip.
I followed the directions of each can to the letter. I even bought the spray handle. I knew I was fully committed after sanding the bars down and applying acetone as directed. I even meticulously wiped the nozzle with a rag after each spray. This stuff is amazing. It applied evenly, looks great and is easy to maintain. I wish I had done this year's ago. I have since sprayed everything metal not painted Green or chrome on the exterior of my Jeep. Undercarriage, frame, wheel wells, plastic fenders, side mirrors, yes to all. It all looks brand new. Previous off road damage, tree scrapes, etc covered and hidden and it is all holding up great. No touch up required so far.
However I would not bedliner the interior of the tub with this. In fact I do not think it goes on thick enough for it's intended purpose as a bedliner. If I decide to pull the interior carpet or buy a pickup I would much rather use the thicker roll on stuff.
That being said, used as spray paint protection, I really cannot rave enough. I no longer am a slave to armor all to protect my 20 year old fender flares. Just wipe and rinse off. Every Wrangler owner with rubber flares should do this. I feel sorry for every TJ and JK owner I see with chalky white faded flares (YJ owners take better care of our rigs!). Take them off and spray them with this stuff. I even rehabbed my kids radio flyer wagon. I plan on painting my old bike next and the paint is starting to fade on my hood hmmmmmm....