When it comes to protecting your truck and adding a touch of rugged style, Voodoo Liner’s bed liner paint is the ultimate choice. What sets us apart? Not only does our bed liner spray paint provide unbeatable durability and a professional finish, but it’s also an eco-friendly option made from recycled tires. Here’s how to apply the Voodoo Liner DIY truck bed coating and give your truck the ultimate protection it deserves.
Voodoo Liner’s Bed Liner Spray Paint – Prepping
You’ll need to prep the surfaces before applying the bed liner spray paint. This includes a thorough sanding to create a rough texture ensuring all rust, or previous coatings is etched. followed by cleaning with acetone to remove any dirt and dirt, as this helps the bed liner paint adhere better. Make sure to wear your respirator mask during this step to protect yourself from any harmful dust particles.
Voodoo Liner’s Bed Liner Paint – Primer
Before applying the bed liner paint, it’s recommended to use the Voodoo Anti-corrosive Etch Primer. This primer prepares the surface for optimal adhesion. Apply it evenly, following the product’s instructions, and allow it to dry completely before moving on to the next step.
Voodoo Liner’s DIY Truck Bed Coating – Application
Now comes the exciting part – applying the Voodoo Liner DIY truck bed coating. Shake the pouch of paint vigorously before opening to ensure proper mixing of any settled particles. Attach the spray gun with connector to the pouch and start spraying in even, overlapping strokes. Apply the first coat thickly and evenly, and let it dry for about 30 minutes. Repeat the process for the second coat thinly and evenly to ensure complete uniform coverage.
Voodoo Liner’s Bed Liner Spray Paint – Drying
Allow the bed liner spray paint to dry for at least 24-72 hours before using your truck. During this time, the paint will cure, forming a robust, protective layer that can withstand the toughest conditions.