Why should you choose EXTREME RHINO LININGS

Extreme Rhino Linings protective coating is the spray-on truck bed liner brand most asked for by name! We offer the widest selection of professionally installed spray-on truck bed liner products, including HardLine®, TuffGrip®, Rhino Extreme, Rhino Hybrid and SolarMax® coatings, which offers outstanding UV protection and color that's built right into the chemistry unlike other leading brands.

We develop and control the manufacturing process of our own materials, guaranteeing consistent and durable protection with the highest quality. Plus, we offer a Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Does RHINO LININGS® protective coating interfere with the installation of other accessories?

Generally, there should be no clearance issues with the installation of other accessories - but it's always a good idea to consult with us if you have an accessory with an installation tolerance that is less than 1/4".

Can I use my vehicle right away?

Yes, Extreme Rhino Linings® protective coatings dries to the touch in just seconds; though we recommend that you wait 24 hours for heavy duty use in order to allow the bed liner material to fully cure.

What about the drain holes in my truck bed? Will they still be open?

Yes, one of the advantages of a Extreme Rhino Linings® spray-on bed liner over a plastic drop-in bed liner is that it maintains your truck's factory-designed drainage system. Drop-in truck bed liners often don't fit tightly enough and water and ice tend to settle under the liner, ultimately leading to rust.

Is there a product warranty?

Yes, Extreme Rhino Linings® offers a Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty that is good for as long as you own your vehicle. The warranty covers issues like peeling, blistering, flaking or bubbling of the sprayed-on truck bed liner.

Will the bed feel hotter than the rest of the truck?

No, Extreme Rhino Linings® protective coating forms a direct bond to the surface of your truck bed, allowing efficient heat transfer (i.e. no thermo effect compared to a drop-in). In fact, it will actually "feel" cooler than the metal on your truck on a hot day!

Is EXTREME RHINO LININGS® protective coating repairable?

Yes, if you damage your truck, we are equipped to make seamless, professional quality repairs.

Will the lining hold up in rugged conditions and temperature extremes?

Yes. Extreme Rhino Linings® spray on lining products are specifically engineered not to warp, crack, peel or split due to weather or other environmental factors. Our spray-on liners are engineered to withstand the severe cold of Alaska to the intense heat of Arizona, (temperatures between -40 degrees F and 190 degrees F). Unlike plastic drop-in liners or other spray-on liners, Rhino Linings products are formulated to withstand heavy-duty use while offering superior abrasion and corrosion resistance.

Can I take it out?

Extreme Rhino Linings® protective coating and spray-on bed liner is designed to provide permanent protection for your vehicle. The Extreme Rhino® lining performs so well, you'll surely never want or need to remove it!

Is EXTREME RHINO LININGS® protective coating environmentally friendly?

Yes. Extreme Rhino Linings truck bed liner products have no VOCs (no possible health hazards) or CFCs (which can damage the ozone layer).

What other applications can EXTREME RHINO LININGS® protective coating be used for?

Extreme Rhino Linings products can be applied to virtually any properly prepared surface for durable and long-lasting protection. Grille guards and bumpers, rocker panels, fender flares, floor wells, boat decks and boat hulls are just some examples. Extreme Rhino Linings products can also be used on trailers, ATVs, tractors, watercraft and anything else that will benefit from outstanding protection and corrosion resistance.

Can EXTREME RHINO LININGS® protective coating be used as an undercoating?

Yes, the best way to position undercoating with Extreme Rhino products is to have it done during a "frame off" restoration. This would be similar to powder coating, where each piece is individually removed, coated and then reassembled. This approach ensures that there is a consistent coating without missed areas or incomplete coverage.