Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 13
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leo Rough, Dry, Grey color, not black, Easily Scratched, Poor Coverage
I was wondering why the local parts store had a 5.00 discount if you purchase 2 of these cans. Now, I know. They were trying to get rid of this junk.
Goes on very un-evely, and once dry, it takes on an unattractive medium grey coloring.
The texture is rough and hard like sandpaper but still scratches very easily. After drying for hours in 90 degree sun and heat, I went to slide my bed mat in, it left long scratches all down the wheel wells.
Not pleased. Will only use the duplicolor brand in the future.
July 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Copter Don't waste your money...
This is NOT a bed liner. Might as well just use plain spray paint. coatings are not thick at all.
More importantly, The aerosol cans will not dispense product unless constantly shaken. Unless you continually agitate the can, only vapors will come out. This makes it virtually impossible to maintain even coverage. Rustoleum has many quality products, but this is NOT one of them. The company has repeatedly claimed "The tip must be clogged". An outright lie to avoid taking responsibility for faulty products. Save yourself some time and money. Just buy a roll-on type of bed liner.
October 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dave Good Stuff Matches Line X pretty well
I used this to touch up a Line-X coated subwoofer enclosure that had a nick in it showing the bare wood. Product matched very well you would never know where I painted. This product had a sand paper like finish like 80-100 grit. I can't attest to the durability but it worked perfect for me .
April 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by joed951 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!
April 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Drangd Not what I expected
Spray comes out of the can with more volume than a paint can, DEFINITELY not thick, just bigger spray.
Somehow I expected that truck bed coating would be thick like what is in my truck bed.
Wrong! It would take pallets of this stuff to build up any thickness to protect a truck bed.
I am using it to protect a garden wagon I bought with a mesh bed. I will use the whole can for a 24" x 36" platform. I will NEVER buy this again.
Be forewarned unless your looking for PAINT!
December 21, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by dissappointed Seems to be getting worse
Back when I started using the product in 2013 it was awesome. Good coverage, Nice Texture, no issues. It seems to be progressively getting worse however. For almost a year I've had multiple cans (read over 10) that have had the issue of only spraying upside down. This is right off the shelf. I contacted Rustoleum and while they did refund my money for some cans I bought, there was nothing said other than the nozzle must be clogged. Either they changed the formula (which may be the reason it doesn't seem to look as good these days) or there's an issue at the qc level. Would love them to get back to how it used to be. Or lower the price by 4.00 a can to what its worth.
August 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worstoleum pfffttt.
Quite possibly the worst purchase ever made. Had to hold the can upside down to get product to come out and then it just made a mess. Never again.this stuff is worthless.
July 30, 2015
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