Originally Posted by Croce
Just made a nice scratch putting the rear seat in tho a few minutes ago
The above is why the spray cans are not an alternative. It's nowhere near as hard as catalyzed formulas, and nowhere near as thick as a gallon of rolled on or sprayed onn liner.
There's MAYBE 6 ounces of usable material in a can, the rest is propellant. 10 cans is 60 ounces at best.... less than half a gallon of liner. I suspect it's really more like half that.
At 9 bucks a can, even if you used 10 cans and even if you got 60 ounces of stuff on, you'll still have less than half the thickeness of a DIY roll in liner... and you'll have spent 90 bucks.
Herculiner, Raptor, and my personal preference, Monstaliner, all cost right around 100 bucks for a full gallon of liner that holds up far better than the spraycan junk.
So: spraycans: cost twice to 4 times as much for the same film thickness... AND won't build well to that thickness, because they won't cure right that thick.
But hey, I guess if you don't actually need the protection and just want the 'bedliner look".... it might be a way to go.