A question that is often asked is “which is better a factory order bed liner or aftermarket addition?” The truth is that it depends on the product. ArmorThane dealers are trained to do it right, but that may not be the case with other products.
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Which is better…a Spray-on Bed Liner or a Drop-In version? If you’re at the crossroads of making a decision on which type of truck bed liner to install, we’d like to give you some facts.
To form a true waterproof barrier, it is critical to correctly seal cracks when connecting floors to walls, inside or out. Otherwise, water and other liquids will eventually destroy the underlying structure.
Concrete floors and patios seem indestructible when laid down, but then the owner discovers something is terribly wrong. There is a proven way to change from old and worn to new and bright.
Nothing is more frustrating to a proud homeowner than to clean and refinish or restore the surface of wood decks and wood porch floors year after year. Now there is a way to treat the wood deck for color and waterproofing one time and you're done.
In mining and mineral processing, there is a constant battle between equipment performance and the extremely abusive workload generated every day. Improvements in Polyurea and Polyurethane now provide a protective coating that extends the life of this equipment and saves millions in replacement costs.
To permanently repair and restore cladding such as on a Chevy Avalanche you need professionally-applied polyurethane. Paint and other products are known to peel and fade. The material is the same rugged coating that is sprayed on truck bed liners.
Polymer coatings provide excellent waterproofing and corrosion resistance for use in landscaping and water features, in both residential and commercial settings. Stone and concrete erode over time, destroying the look and damaging surrounding grounds.
NSA concrete bunkers take nearly 200 grenades before being re-coated. These targets give students from the special operations combat military and police tactical units the experience needed for handling live grenades.
What do animal habitats, medical facilities and foodservice preparation areas have in common? They are all at high risk for spreading bacteria and infectious disease. Floors are too often overlooked as one of the biggest threats for contamination.