Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Marc 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.
January 1, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by CaptureColorado 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.
February 1, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Johnny Not a bed liner
The product is decent, but is no comparison to a spray on bed liner done by a professional. It is easy to use, but my biggest complaint is the price for quantity. It seems like it would be cheaper to get a professional job. If price was not object then the spray on bed coating here would be alright, however I would still complain about the thickness of the product.
October 31, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JimmyG75 Spray-Lining with Rustomleum
It did not take me very long to realize that spray lining my truck with Rustoleum was going to have a bad outcome. I bought a few cans of this stuff and the first can I used covered only about 10 sq ft at a few mils. Super thin and no texture. So, I am thinking to myself, "What a scam"... So, I figure it's Rustoleum and they wouldn't do this, right? So, I use the second can thinking that the texture and thickness may increase substantially because there is already a base coat for the second coat to adhere to. Well, not true. After the second coat, I had a very bad taste in my mouth. So, I was thinking about taking the remaining 2 cans back. at 8.00 / can I think it would take me about 15 cans to do 65 sq ft properly. the can says it sprays 15 sq ft... But it seems to be only about 10 mils thick. I need 80 mils or so. That means 8 cans per 15 sq ft.....hmmm 65/15 = 4.3*8 = 34 cans * 8 = 274 bucks for enough of this stuff...... .Are you kidding me? I took the cans back. So, I was out 16 bucks for a 270 dollar possible mistake. I bought a diy professional grade spray-lining material. Don't waste your money on rustoleum can bed liner. This stuff is ridiculous. I think they should just take it off the market and continue making their money where they perform well...... PAINT!!
January 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nascar85 Reliable
Looks brand new and its very good to keep a maintained clean look for trucks that take abuse. Real men buy things by the pair!
May 13, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by painter worst product rustoleum has ever produced
Believe me, I've used and had great success with rustoleum products over the years. This product is, without doubt, the worst excuse that they have ever produced! Honestly, you would get much better results by using their Professional series spray paint. There is no texture to speak of. As I see it, this is essentially spray paint, and a low grade one at that. It sprays and spreads on very uneven. Trust me, get the Professional series paint if you want to protect metal. It's about the same price and is far superior to this subpar product.
September 30, 2012