I know a lot of folks here use bed liner for many things besides truck beds. So here’s my question: Would bed liner work on wood? Any reason to think it won’t? We are still trying to come up with a solution for the surface cracking on the roof of Bubbles, our all-wood teardrop trailer. Second, do I need to prep the wood at all (give it a rough sanding, prime it, etc), or just spray it right on? I would like to coat the wooden storage box I built for the back of my jeep with bed-liner. M.M.U.C. Certified (0001) ExPo Truck. However when I took my storage box to get sprayed the body shop had me paint a thin coat of fiberglass resin over the whole thing. the body guy said if i didn’t the liner would not stick to the wood long term, and it would take much more liner as the wood tends to absorb it quickly. Bed-liner paints are great for other things beside truck-bed liners. For wood decks, the bed-liner paint not only creates a nonslip surface, it also protects the wood from rotting and deteriorating quickly compared to a nontreated deck.
Truck bedliner on wood is not impenetrable. It actually paints pretty easy if you can paint with regular spray paint and not get runs etc. it does go on really thick. Is that table top made of wood? If it is, how well did the truck bed liner stick to it. If I remember correctly the Gallon of paint was like 34.99. I was thinking about using Herculiner from the local Fleet Farm. The only possible drawback I can think of is that the wood wont be able to breathe therefore prematurely decaying the wood. I would like to put a do-it-yourself roll-on bed liner on the plywood deck on my open 4-place trailer to prolong the life of the deck. I’d think since plywood has give to it the carbides will cause even more damage then in a truck box.
Will the do it yourself type roll on bed liner stick to wood? The Official Distributor of Durabak Truck Bed Liners. Bonds to wood, metal, concrete, coated surfaces, and even to itself, making it easily repairable if necessary. Rust-oleum truck bed liner on trailer floor Trailering & Towing. Does anyone have any experience with it on wood? If you want to go really cheap and it’s still not that cheap buy a high gloss floor deck paint and just paint it and add some sand.
Truck Bedliner On Wood Is Not Impenetrable
Durabak Company is the Official Distributor of Durabak Paint On Truck Bed Liners. Pro results in a Do-It-Yourself Package. Whatever your current surface–wood, metal, concrete, or coated surfaces–Durabak bonds easily. I have used truck bed liner paint on pitted aluminum hulls that were too numerous to weld, typically caused by carpeted trailer bunks that stay wet with saltwater, but there is really no advantage to using it on a wood/epoxy build kept on a trailer. Sure, DIY truck-bed liners can protect your truck-bed interior, but they can also protect lots of other stuff, from industrial machinery to that functional but ugly toolbox you picked up at the flea market. Used Herculiner brand in the bed of my brother’s El Camino. This stuff is also very useful for adding grip panels on firearms, especially wood and polymer stocks made without chequering or a textured surface. I’m not sure if this paint exists for wood, but maybe it’s possible to mix it manually? I’ve seen rubberised paint advertised for industrial uses like railings etc. You can use truck bed liner, have it applied by a shop that can adjust the texture for you. Properly primed and painted wood will last a long time outdoors if the paint used contains a UV blocking characteristic intended for outdoors use. Truck Bed Coating Black Spray Paint (Case of 6) is the ideal choice for recoating and restoring worn, unfinished or previously finished metal truck beds.
Do It Yourself Bed Liner Question
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit This all-inclusive kit helps protect uncovered truck beds from the elements and heavy wear and tear. The polyurethane coating covers metal, concrete, wood, and more, ensuring that every inch of the bed is protected. What homeowners don’t realize is that conventional wood coatings such as paint, stains or other sealers look good at first but eventually wear through to the bare surface. The spray-on nature of ArmorThane polyurethane and polyurea materials allows for easy coating protection. Mossberg had a thumbhole stock for its 500 pump coated with what looked to be bedliner type paint. i would bet its just fine for wood. if anything easy to touch up. Iron Armor Bed Liner painted on wood trailer, YouTube,Aug 20, 2015, Harbor Freight Iron Armor bed liner on 7×20 new flatbed wood trailer., How to Easily Apply Rust,Oleum Paint On Truck Bed Liner.
I was thinking about using a truck bed coating to paint the boxes. I was looking around online and it seems that most people aren’t terribly happy with the DIY bed coatings, but this application isn’t as demanding as a truck bed. Has anyone used the truck bed liner paint on there boat? A customer of ours was planning on using a product called poly urea on the decks of his old wood trawler,we replaced any bad sections of wood and he will spray a thick coating and add sand i think,his business is spraying this stuff on all sorts of things but not truck beds though it looks the same to me.