Poly spray liners
The polyurethane spray-on liners' quality has everything to do with prep work. I have Rhino-liner in my bed and absolutely love it! I've not had any problems with peeling, its on their good. Rhino has great sound insulation properties. In addition, it is softer and "grippier" than Line-X.
Line-X is the same way regarding prep work.
People talk about how much more durable Line-X is, and I'd agree. Line-X is harder, so it doesn't scratch or get marked up as easily. However, the articles you put in your bed will get more marked up and scratched as a result of the Line-X's hardness.
I view my spray on bedliner as a wearable surface. If I'm moving my wife's antique cedar chest, I don't want the wood to end up scratched or marked up... and I don't want it sliding around. The Rhino-Liner aids in all those regards. I got the Rhino-liner because it has a lifetime guarantee. If it gets scratched or marred it is repaired for free. I also get a free, once-a-year touch up appointment and they reseal it at the same time.
My only complaint about the Rhino-Liner is that the gasket seal between my shell and bedrail sticks to the Rhino... I don't know why. It is only adhesive on the side that sticks to the shell, yet when I pull the shell off it stays somewhat bonded to the Rhino. At least is forms a watertight seal.
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