in, paint on, drop-in, roll on, do it yourself, pay
Rhino, Line-X, Gator,
Raptor, Hippo, Herculiner, Scorpion and now Monsta!
Researching which bed liner to purchase could easily
make your head spin. One thing is certain though...
just about every zoo animal and reptilian creature
known to man has a product named after it.
done your bed liner homework, you've learned that
professional spray installed liners like Rhino Linings
or Line-X can cost more than you feel like spending
but protecting your truck bed or jeep tub does not have to
empty your pockets.
Monstaliner™ is a highly durable,
do-it-yourself solution that provides truly
professional looking results while costing hundreds
less than expensive spray installations.
a key issue with roll on bed liners has been a less than
professional appearance and an
surface texture. Most roll on
products use crumb rubber particles
(ground up tires) as a way of creating texture.
Crumb rubber is just a cheap filler
and can comprise up to 1/4 of the gallon in popular
roll on bed liners. With so
much particle matter floating
a gallon, settling can occur during use and the texture effect can
uneven and splotchy.
is a "New Generation" coating that contains no
crumb tire rubber
and its unique
surface texture is created
solely by the installation rollers. As
Monstaliner is rolled, texture is
pulled up from the
coating and the surface cures with a unique, raised
almost sprayed. Some customers have
even said it looks like molded
plastic. This light
texture as seen in photos around this web site, is
far more eye pleasing
"dirt thrown in a glossy black paint job" look of
other roll on products.
major issue with roll on bed liners has been UV protection
and this is
Monstaliner puts other DIY products to shame.
When a coating is not UV stable, the
to break down in the sun. With the crumb rubber
filled liners, rubber particles starts to flake free and the coating
starts to look poor and may even peel.
also migrate through the surface and start a rusting
formulated from 100% UV permanent, aliphatic polymers
with high density ceramic core particle
reinforcement. The ceramic is bonded to the polymer
creating a tough and impenetrable barrier against
moisture and corrosion.