Truck Lovers: Line Your Truck Bed with Flex Seal
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Truck Lovers: Line Your Truck Bed with Flex Seal

Money is to be enjoyed – not thrown away. We hear from you guys all the time. So we know that Flex Sealers love their cars and trucks, but they love to save money.

For all of you truck lovers, instead of going the “traditional route” with a bed liner ($200-$1,000 cost), let Flex Seal or Flex Seal Liquid take care of that for you.

After all, the only way to get the job done is with a can of Flex Seal in your hand.

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Step #1: Prep Your Area.
Flex Seal pros know the rules. We need a dry surface clean of any dirt, oil, or grease. If you have junk or debris in the back of your truck, clean it out entirely. Wipe the surface down with a damp cloth. Let it dry. Remove any rust with sandpaper. Also, sand every area you want to seal. You’ve got a clean slate now. Good. Tape off all sections you don’t wish seal.

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Step #2: Liquid or Spray?
Your Call! The best thing about the Flex Seal Family of Products is that you always have options. You can use either Flex Seal Liquid or Flex Seal Aerosol to complete this job right. Flex Seal Liquid Option: Pour your Flex Seal Liquid into the paint roller. Dip your paint roller into the tray and evenly roll the Flex Seal Liquid onto your truck bed. Consider using a roller extension to make the project easier on you. Let each coat dry 24 hours before adding another coat. Let your final coat dry 24 to 48 hours. Flex Seal Aerosol Option: Shake the can vigorously for a minute. In an even sweeping motion, spray Flex Seal 8 to 12 inches away from the surface. Add another coat after the first coat dries for 24 hours. The final coat needs 24 to 48 hours to drive.

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Step #3: Take Her for a Spin.
It really is that simple. Take your truck out for a ride. Make sure that when your truck is drying that it’s covered. You wouldn’t want it to get rained on while it’s in the process of curing. Once it’s fully cured after 48 hours, you’re golden. Flex Seal and Flex Seal Liquid dry into a waterproof, airtight, rubber-like sealant that will protect your truck bed from rain, sleet, snow, and the beating sun.

Let’s Exchange Truck Stories…

Did you use Flex Seal or Flex Seal Liquid to line your truck bed? If so, we want to know how it went! If you’ve got video footage of it, even better! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Youtube – and comment! If you have your projects on video, tag us! Also, we always love learning from you. If you discovered a new way to make your car or truck better with the Flex Seal Family of Products, please don’t leave out a single detail!

Cheers to Flex Sealing It,
Nick Wade

P.S. To order Flex Seal Family Products, go here. If you have any questions or concerns about our products or how to order, our Customer Service Team is on standby waiting to help you. They’re trained to answer your questions and get you started on the right foot. You can reach them by phone Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 9:00 PM EST, Saturday between 10:30 AM and 6:30 PM EST at 833-411-3539 or by email at [email protected]

Flex Sealer Alert: Did You Catch This?
Here at Flex Seal, we are always looking for exciting ways to Flex Seal just about anything and everything. We did something really crazy in one of our commercials. We transformed a truck into a submarine with Flex Shot and Flex Seal (among other materials). We’d hate to ruin such a cool story for you. Click the play arrow below to see what we mean. (Spoiler Alert: The amazing submarine part is towards the end of the video.)