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Rust-Oleum Automotive 15 oz. Truck Bed Coating Black Spray Paint
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Rust-Oleum Automotive

15 oz. Truck Bed Coating Black Spray Paint

  • Fade, chip & impact resistant truck bed coating paint
  • Creates a barrier for rust
  • Any angle spray allows painting of hard to reach areas
$7.46 /each

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Rust-Oleum Truck Bed Coating is the ideal choice for recoating and restoring worn, unfinished or previously finished metal truck beds. When used with Rust-Oleum Truck Bed Applicator Kit (sold separately), this easy to apply black polymer coating not only helps prevent truck bed damage caused by scratches, rust and weather. It also enhances your vehicle's appearance.

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  • For use on bare or primed metal truck
  • Oil-based formula provides a durable, long-lasting finish, resists nicks and scratches
  • Flat/matte black finish, dries in 60 minutes
  • 15 oz. can covers up to 20 sq. ft.
  • Textured finish that forms to the contours of a truck bed
  • Rust preventive for a long-lasting finish
  • Clean up with mineral spirits
  • Do not apply to surfaces that exceed 200 DegreeF
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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What is the coverage for one 15oz can of truck bed coating?

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August 25, 2012
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November 3, 2015
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7.46$
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October 9, 2015
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This product is garbage. Won't spray properly unless you constantly shake the can (while spraying). Even then it took two cans just to coat the side walls of my shortbed truck. the coating was only 1-1.5 mils thick.
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January 3, 2014
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Not very much. This is all dependent on mil height. Spray-Lining talks in depth about this regarding bed liner. Rustoleum states that the product covers 15-20 sq ft. Well, if the paint is 15 ounces than we know that it is 15/128 of a gallon. That is .117 gallons of material. one gallon of any material covers 1604 sq ft at 1 mil. So, that's 160 sq ft at 10mils which is 1/10th of an inch. so 1604 *.117 = Read More
Not very much. This is all dependent on mil height. Spray-Lining talks in depth about this regarding bed liner. Rustoleum states that the product covers 15-20 sq ft. Well, if the paint is 15 ounces than we know that it is 15/128 of a gallon. That is .117 gallons of material. one gallon of any material covers 1604 sq ft at 1 mil. So, that's 160 sq ft at 10mils which is 1/10th of an inch. so 1604 *.117 = 187 sq ft / 10 = 18.7 sq ft at 10 mils which is NOTHING. You need at least 40 mils on low impact and wear areas. This Rustoleum is a spray-lining scam as far as I am concerned. You need 8 cans to get 80 mils which is the thickness of a good diy bed liner. Read Less
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February 1, 2013
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For a single mid-to-light coat, I was getting approximately 24x36". I do recommend doing as many coats as you can, though, as I found with one coat the outcome didn't have terrific longevity.
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August 27, 2012
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Rust-Oleum Automotive Truck Bed Coating, model # 248914, will cover approximately 15 – 20 square feet.
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How long do I have to wait?

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October 29, 2015
I want to spray this in my floor boards in my jeep, on the directions it says you can't use the truck bed until 72 hours after application. I can't go 72 hours without my car, so is that estimate realistic?
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December 11, 2015
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November 4, 2015
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We recommend allowing 48 hours for full cure before placing objects on the painted surface. Rust-Oleum Automotive Truck Bed Coating is dry to the touch in 1 hour and fully cured in 48 hours.
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November 3, 2015
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the paint will dry in 1h but you will need to go with out you jeep for 24h after 24h if you use the jeep do be hard on your floor boards and spray you floor down 2 times so if you forget after 24h than you will not cues as much damage that you will if you do one coat.
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October 30, 2015
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Hello Billyboy917,
The 72 hours is for full curing of the product. This means the liner is completely dry throughout and has reached optimal durability. By not allowing the product to fully cure you risk potential product failure. I hope this helps.
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Chris
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Is this flexible after drying?

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October 27, 2015
I would like to coat a flexing joint that opens to about 125deg and closes to near zero with a 1.5" bend radius
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to a good extent, but not like rubber. depending on the base material and the amount of flexing it could deteriorate in a short period of time. This is an oil based paint type product, sticking to a rubber type joint will not last very long if in regular use.
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yup
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November 9, 2015
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October 28, 2015
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Danny, Rust-Oleum Truck Bed Coating Spray Paint is not flexible once dry. It is designed to provide a durable, abrasion resistant, textured, non-skid finish to truck beds.
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what other colors are available?

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September 8, 2015
will it bond to hard plastic?
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June 27, 2016
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Tan IS available from Rust-oleum. It can be found at stores like AutoZone.
It depends on the type of plastic. HDPE for example, has a slickness to it that does not allow paints in general to stick well. Styrene based plastics and mixes such as ABS and most PVC types will paint well if properly cleaned and primed.
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It comes in black and tan will do good on white and tan which black will be good for most paint colors make Shure to do a 2 coat of you are going to be using you bed to hall a lot of heavy ides in you truck bed. if you don't do the 2 coating you will be able to see what color is underneath the bed liner and all that you need to is to get sand paper and sand down your bed until you bed has no clear coat Read More
It comes in black and tan will do good on white and tan which black will be good for most paint colors make Shure to do a 2 coat of you are going to be using you bed to hall a lot of heavy ides in you truck bed. if you don't do the 2 coating you will be able to see what color is underneath the bed liner and all that you need to is to get sand paper and sand down your bed until you bed has no clear coat and wax. Read Less
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September 8, 2015
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At this time, Rust-Oleum Automotive Truck Bed Coating Spray Paint is only available in black. This product is designed to adhere to bare or primed metal surfaces only.
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15 oz. Truck Bed Coating Black Spray Paint is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Painted whole truck Painted my whole 2000 explorer this weekend. Had the typical clear coat failure and it's not worth a real paint job . bought 20 cans of the sand colored bedliner . Actually used 14 to cover the explorer in two coats. It looks awesome and mean. Yes, the texture is rough and I like it. Perfect desert mobile. Just remember sand old paint with 80 grit to rough old paint up, not remove it. While whole vehicle down with acetone TWICE to remove all waxes, mask and spray. Gives the vehicle a very mean militay look, esp with the sand color liner. Of the 14 cans only one had and issues spraying and that was resolved by holding it upside down. So far I'm very happy and it's half the price of duplicolor.
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I painted my whole truck in this stuff (1993 chevy 1500) has held up for over a year always parke... I painted my whole truck in this stuff (1993 chevy 1500) has held up for over a year always parked outside. used about 12 cans to do everything but the bed (I have a plastic bed liner) worked well and looks tons better then old paint job. The key is the prep work, make sure you sand the old clear coat off down to the old paint using 80 grit sand paper, if you sand it down to bare metal you MUST prime it real good, after use asitone to take all wax, grease, dirt etc off. make sure the surface is clean and rough for paint to adhere. if the spray nozzle is not working hold can upside down or drop nozzle in paint there to clean it out. to get a good bed or trucking paint job the key to any paint job for that matter is really good prep job. I would recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for dump cart protection! I purchased this product because I wanted to protect my newly purchased dump cart (From Home Depot). These dump carts come with only a primer on it. I painted each piece prior to assembly. I must say, this prayed on evenly without any clogging of the nozzle. I am extremely satisfied with the outcome.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Don't waste your money on this stuff. Period. It doesn't come out of the can even after shaking it for 5 minutes, and has horrible coverage. Absolutely no texture to the finish, just flat paint look. If I could give it zero stars that's what it would get!!!! Returning it to the store now...
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stuff is worthless - clogs after each & every spray. I wasted 30 min trying to get it to wor... This stuff is worthless - clogs after each & every spray. I wasted 30 min trying to get it to work, then gave up & chunked it. I wish i'd have kept the receipt. - or better yet, looked at the reviews before I wasted my money on it. Do NOT Buy This!
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome stuff! This Rustoleum Bed-Liner spray is awesome. I have used it on random things for my Jeep, including my wheels, door hinges, etc. The finish isn't an extremely rough texture, but more like a medium grit sandpaper. It looks fantastic. My only con is it is rather expensive for what you get, but it's worth it! The key to using this product is light coats, and you can't get to close to what you're painting as it will puddle. Stay about 8 in. from what you're spraying, while constantly moving, and you'll end up with a great looking end product. I've had people ask me if I had my Jeep projects done professionally. I plan on buying more of this and using it for other projects.
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst ever It's not home depot. It's rustoleum, the company that makes this product. These things clog very quickly and starts sputtering spraying a bunch of air instead, no matter how long you shake the can. I am 1-4 with these cans and never again. The can from home depot was a bust, so was the can at walmart, and the 2 at autozone. Don't buy these. Go with the duplicolor version. They work great!
Date published: 2016-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Truck bedliner? No. Durable textured paint, yes. I cannot, in any capacity, recommend this to someone who wants to bedline their truck or something else for cargo loading or an abused surface. I can, however, recommend this highly for someone wanting a durable, textured, spray paint in a pleasing satin textured surface that does not chip as easily as paint. I have used this to re-finish the plastic grille pieces on my Jeep, as well as rock sliders, wheel wells, and off-road bumper, and I can say whole-heartedly that I recommend this product, and will continue to use it, for these purposes. As an inexpensive and fairly durable finish, it held up great on my grille - with dead bugs and rocks hitting it frequently, it still looks as good as when I first coated it. The greatest benefit I see when using this on my bumpers and rock sliders, is that it doesn't fall or get washed off in car washes, and with the light texture (about 150-200 grit sandpaper), it's incredibly easy to touch up; no sanding needed! Just clean the area, let dry, and spray away. Again, I cannot recommend this for a truck bed liner, but for a rugged spray paint it does great. As the factory paint is fading and chipping away, I'm considering using the tan color to refinish my jeep's body, having seen positive results in the past. If you take your time, adequately prep, and prime (and SHAKE the can!), you may also have good results. My only true complaint is that when spraying with the can upright, the tips on the cans tend to clog, so I found (using the little gun attachment) spraying upside-down seemed to provide the most consistent texture results (smooth motions, about 10" away, etc. etc.) and resisted clogging. I had also removed the caps and cleaned them between coats if I hadn't used up the can. It dries very quickly, once you've primed, you can apply an adequate number of coats (I recommend 5+ if you want it to hold up to anything) in less than an hour.
Date published: 2013-02-02
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