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Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit

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MSRP: $200.00
Average Price: $82.44
Manufacturer: Herculiner
Recommended?
Yes: 69 / No: 1

Herculiner is a unique, advanced-formula, do-it-yourself, black protective coating for truck beds. This ready-to-use, textured polyurethane coating looks great and protects your vehicle. Skid resistant textured surface won't peel, chip, or flake! Bonds and seals all surfaces to prevent rust, resist gasoline, oil, solvents, and chemicals. Easy to apply: just clean and prepare the surface, brush or roll on the ready-to-use coating, and allow to dry! Save hundreds of dollars compared to dealer-installed spray-on liners or plastic liners. Kit includes: one gallon Herculiner textured polyurethane coating, one gallon can opener, one application brush (2"), two rollers, a roller handle and an abrasive cleaning pad.

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Shag

Registered User
Shag's Reviews

02-16-2008, 11:19 AM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Price: $60.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Alot of prep/work, but well worth it in the end. Give yourself a weekend to get it all done.


02BlackSahara
Registered User
02BlackSahara's Reviews

11-04-2007, 09:41 PM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Pros: very easy to do, about a day or so
Cons: shows dirt
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I did my herc last weekend and it looks great so far. It does show dirt and dust bright as day, but its not that bad. The pros outweigh the cons by far.

It has a really rich black look to it that seems to accent my green and tan sahara interior nicely


included
Registered User
included's Reviews

08-04-2007, 02:08 AM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Pros: Cheap, easy, looks great, great protection.
Cons: Shows dust badly, NOT easy to get off of hands (wear gloves!!)
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I Herculined my TJ about 6 months ago and so far it's been my favorite mod! It goes on so easily, gives a nice clean look (except when dusty), and protects everything excellently. It also gives you more peace of mind when spraying out your tub, because you don't have to worry about rust!

Just take your time and do your prep correctly, and make sure to wear gloves!!! Even paint thinner won't take it off your hands!


fl_frank
Registered User
fl_frank's Reviews

06-23-2007, 06:01 PM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Pros: good protection
Cons: wore through in several areas
Recommended? Yes

Comments: did the whole interior about 5 years ago and it rubbed off fairly quickly in several places (like near the gas pedal where my heel rests and other high use areas). i live in a high salt environment and this has definitely prolonged the life of my jeep.


brrempel

Registered User
brrempel's Reviews

10-10-2006, 05:38 PM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Pros: Tough, easy to apply, cheep
Cons: When it dries on something it's permanent. That's good and bad depending on what it dries on.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: After reading various forums and doing a lot of research I decided I wanted to Herculine my Jeep. The carpets were getting wet almost daily and starting to stink so I had to do something.

I read a lot of posts from people that did all of the work in one weekend. Needless to say I am nowhere near that motivated so I gave myself a week. I mostly did all of the work in the evenings after my day job. A couple of nights to take everything out and clean, a couple of nights to sand and an evening to tape it off. I sprayed it all in about half a day.

I ended up spraying five coats, all fairly thin, and waited an hour between coats. I used almost all of a gallon of Herc (90% of it). I found that doing multiple light coats allowed me to see places I was missing and hit them before it was too late. I'm sure someone that knows how to do this would have used fewer coats, but I'd never done anything like this before. This was actually the first time I've used an air compressed tool, the spray gun.

I got the Herc at Checker Auto for $79, the spray gun off of Ebay for $22, and Zelene, rags, plastic drop cloth, tape and a couple other things I'm sure I'm forgetting at a paint supply store for about $25.

Total cost was about $130.

Total time (not counting the hours between coats) from start to finish (everything back in the Jeep) was about 12-14 hours.

I'm very happy with the results. Whenever I buy another Jeep or a truck, this will be the first project I do to them. Jeep should consider offering this as a "no rug" option in my opinion.

Thanks to all the guys that did this before me. Without you posting your adventures on some message board somewhere, I would never have considered doing this myself.

The pictures!

This is after stripping everything out and just washing with a wet towel:




After sanding and taping:






After spraying:



















JaySpencer66
Registered User
JaySpencer66's Reviews

09-20-2006, 01:18 PM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Price: $75.00
Pros: Goes on easily
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Awesome product. Do your prep and be meticulous about it and it will be a piece of cake to apply. I did not and would not use a rollar, this stuff splatters too easily. I've had no issues at all with it, I could not be happier.

In addition to the protection it adds to the metal this stuff also attenuated a lot of the road noise I had and serves nicely as a heat insulator.


cdmonz
Registered User
cdmonz's Reviews

09-18-2006, 12:47 AM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Price: $100.00
Pros: cheap compared to a spray on, durable
Cons: some sections look faded
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I put this on the inside of my tub due to molded carpet(really bad), about 8 months ago. It has held up great. One problems, a little faded in areas with a lot of sun, but i just did a little touch up there and its fine, but thats the same with any bedliner, so i guess its a plus that its easier to fix. Easy to clean off, water hose + shop vac works like a charm. Bad thing is i accedently covered up my drain plugs, but its ok they dont work great anyway, shopvac works better


cheesycook

Accident Prone Bonehead
cheesycook's Reviews

08-17-2006, 06:51 PM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Pros: Good price, tough, roll it and forget it
Cons: Not the consistent finish of a spray job.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I used red for the inside of the tub. Which by the way matches FLAME RED perfectly.


stevensinger

Senior Member
stevensinger's Reviews

08-15-2006, 07:48 PM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Pros: Cheap Tough Lasts forever
Cons: Hard to do, LOTS of PREP TIME
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I would do it but make sure you have good temps 65-80 and about three or four days to work on it. TAKE YOURS TIME IT WILL LOOK MUCH BETTER


Leroux

Registered User
Leroux's Reviews

08-08-2006, 11:20 PM
Herculiner Brush-On Truck Bed Liner Kit
Price: $75.00
Pros: Holds up great, Protects well, looks great
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Applied almost 4 years ago, has only worn in a couple place where I scraped it by accident loading stuff in the back. Does not get soft in hot weather, perfect texture, and very affordable. Just make sure you prep well.


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