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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
$746 /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 °F
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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Can I paint my entire truck with this product?

Asked by: stallion84
Yes, but it will make you vehicle very heavy and the rough paint will catch the wind so you gas mileage will go in the toilet.
Answered by: asdfghjk
Date published: 2017-04-27

How long do I have to wait?

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?
Asked by: Billyboy917
48hrs is recommended but is dry to the touch in an hours time
Answered by: jeff
Date published: 2017-03-21

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

Asked by: Anonymous
7.46$
Answered by: ctgu
Date published: 2016-03-08

Can this be used on a metal boat trailer?

Asked by: mike
Yes, assuming you prep accordingly. I sanded my custom made light bar, hit with 2 coats of primer and seems to be holding up great!
Answered by: Matrix
Date published: 2017-02-11
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15 oz. Truck Bed Coating Black Spray Paint is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 87.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was a great way to finish off my custom light bar! Primed the raw steel then hit it with 2 c... This was a great way to finish off my custom light bar! Primed the raw steel then hit it with 2 coats of this and allowed to dry for 72 hours. Just had the first rain and the finish seems solid. Really pleased with the uniform and textured coverage - seems almost powder coated. Looks great on my 03 4Runner with twin Blazer LED light bars and matches my ditch light brackets which are actually powder coated. We'll see how it does against rock chips but went through some mud recently and it just washed right off. Highly recommend!
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've used spray cans sense I was 18, I'm now 73. I've learned I'm the problem not the product mo... I've used spray cans sense I was 18, I'm now 73. I've learned I'm the problem not the product most of the time. I painted the bed with 6 cans of this stuff putting on 3 good coats, don't skimp and hold the can upright to gentle shake for about 30 seconds, then spray. You'll get a hiss of no paint at times, shake the can a little, and continue spraying even strokes.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Giving it three stars because this product is excellent for small automotive projects but the del... Giving it three stars because this product is excellent for small automotive projects but the delivery system is very poor. I used a can to paint a small 12" by 12" relay box made out of acrylic I built and laser cut. The finish turns out amazing but it's a hassle. Essentially, the first coat will go on flawless. At this point, I recommend taking your receipt and swapping it out for another car and going back to your project. If you intend to do 3 coats, you better exchange it 3 times for a new can. After the first coat comes out of the can and you go to do the second coat, it's going to spray product for a very short burst and then nothing but clear gas propellant will come out. Shaking the can for a second and then pressing the nozzle again will get you another short burst of product, but that's it. Prep, prime, wet sand, spray 1 coat of bed liner, exchange it for another, spray your second coat, wash, rinse, and repeat. Come on Rustoleum, you're better than this. Fix the delivery system because the product works awesome for projects.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Marshall Did exactly what i needed it for, no issues. Would recommend for small projects, think roll on would be better for large ones.
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Product is great. Finish is tough to and just enough grit to turn an old damaged equipment traile... Product is great. Finish is tough to and just enough grit to turn an old damaged equipment trailer with beat up fenders into a great looking rig!,, delivery system is flawed. Could only do a 2 axle fender and then had to spray upside down with horrible results. The trick is to buy 3 cans and use each can to paint vertical surfaces. Once the air runs out, punch a hole in the can and pour the rest into a tray and paint flat surfaces with brush or Roller! It's still a great time saver, even if flawed.
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is a Great product if you can buy new cans just put on the shelve. I bought 5 cans and out t... This is a Great product if you can buy new cans just put on the shelve. I bought 5 cans and out the 5 I had to return 3 because I got half way through the can and it would start coming out like a straight stream. I shook them up really well, but to no avail. After I took back the 3 cans 1 more was bad, but I had finished the job, so I just through the bad one away, Besides they started to look at me like I didn't know how to spray paint?? Again Great product bad cans
Date published: 2017-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Other than being expensive, this product does an even better job than they claim. I have now used... Other than being expensive, this product does an even better job than they claim. I have now used the product on several different projects and have found it relatively easy to use and much tougher and resistant to wear than I really expected form a spray can bed liner product. I am very sure I will be using this product again and again. It is now in my go to products list for long term fix projects.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used this to cover a subwoofer box. Initially, I was hesistant to do so over concerns of adhesion... Used this to cover a subwoofer box. Initially, I was hesistant to do so over concerns of adhesion- fixed that by priming the whole box first. However, parts that weren't primed, such as the inside, still had good adhesion from over spray. Had a problem with the can not spraying out product halfway through (in fairness, the can from the other big box hardware store did the same thing) but I turned the can upside down and it worked. I was using one of the spray can triggers so that made it easier to spray upside down and also makes spray painting better overall- I suggest you get one if you're doing any regular spray painting. Been over a week now, everything dried up nice and solid. Nice truck bed liner texture to it. Box doesn't slide in the trunk and looks and feels like it could take a bullet. Gives off a pretty strong fume for a while so give it time to cure. Met my expectations and I'll use it again.
Date published: 2017-05-16
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