Als is a polyurethane/acrylic batch system. The kit includes polyurethane resin, acrylic binder, activator, tint and primer. Also included mixing paddle and squirt nozzle for primer. Als can be applied at any thickness in virtually any texture or color. Simply pour components B,C and tint into Component A and mix. You can also mix smaller amounts. We offer a customized spray gun or roller/brush kit for application. Als offers several accessories and additives to make prep easier and to customize the look and finish of the coating.
I ended up having to order a second kit to complete my bed. F150 5.5 foot bed. The bed I have is small compared to regular 6.5 foot average beds and one kit would not even make an extremely light coat. I was under the impression thathat this product was equal to the professional grade bed liners. I was wrong It's alot easier to peal off then the real stuff. I see the quality as being the same as what all regular auto parts stores sell, except this kit is three times as much. The sprayer worked great but if I did it it again I would buy the 20$ stuff from [@]and spray that stuff in and save my money. Or spend like 100$ more and get the real pros to do a rino/linex spray bed liner.
By Chris from Memphis, tn
Tough as nails at 1/4 the price
This product is as described. I have done an entire K5 Blazer in and out, over a year ago. Coating has not faded scratched peeled or chipped. Follow the directions to a T, do your research on spray technique and you will fall in love with this product. Time to do my new truck bed!!!!!!!!!!!
By 189 from OK
looks good, and seems pretty tough
follow the directions with the kit. keep your air pressure at 25-30 psi and hold gun 18 in. from surface. only pull trigger 1/3 in on the als spray gun and you will get a finish as nice as linex.by 2 kits for a full size truck bed, one kit ain't enough. seems tough but we will see.
By dougsride from fayetteville, n.c.
ooey gooey thick and chewy
it was time to coat the bed of my hotrod truck with something, and being a do-it-yourselfer, the al's liner seemed to be the right choice. san jose 4wp said they had the 2 kits i wanted, but didnt when i went to pick up so i ordered on-line. i also got the flattening additive and the rubber crumbs, but found out after spraying that you can't use them together. this was not in the instructions or on the website at al's. it sprayed out looking like huge boogers and not like anything in al's photo galery. it was so bad that 2 gallons of liner left bare metal exposed in my short bed truck. although a call to al revealed my additive problem, he would not sell me additional liner to finish the job, and i ordered 2 more gallons from 4wp. they didnt spray much differently even with no additives, but it could be the very rough texture from the first attempt was just too much to fill. it looks ok, but way more texture than the way the product is depicted on the al's website. the knooks and crannys are going to be hard to keep clean, and that is a dissapointment on this truck. granted, i did not do a test panel like the instructions say, but i have been a painter for many years and can adapt on the fly. not enough in this case!
By knobbylips from redwood city ca
I am going to buy this product again
sprayed the entire body of a 2005 powerwagon and it took 3 gallons.
only one gallon can be sprayed through gun before it needs to be cleaned, due to pot life.
easy to do if you are going to spray a bed, but takes a little practice if you want to spray a body.
will run on vertical surfaces
By kerrdockey from copenhagen NY
instructions didnt specify
the instructions didnt specify that if you are rollering the product u should mix it in batches
By willie from modesto ca
This stuff is great
I used Al's liner to coat the exterior of my 85 4runner. Al's liner has a very nice texture and was pretty easy to spray using the Als liner spray gun. Definitely a much better product than most of the other DIY bedliners on the market.
Scorpion Protective Coatings developed a hit in 1995 with its high-solids coating that didn't need to be applied with pricey machines and was highly customizable for a wide range of applications. Industrial contractors loved it so much that they asked Scorpion Protective Coatings if it could be applied to their work truck beds. Scorpion tweaked their formula just a little and in 2008 Scorpion introduced Al's Liner DIY truck bed liners to the consumer retail market. It didn't take long for Jeep owners to get in on the trend and start using Al's Liner products to line their Jeep tubs and we carry many of their parts. Shop Als Liner Now