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Rubber Bed Liners

When choosing a bed liner, installation should be a consideration. Rubber truck bed liners are easy to install. Components either drop in or lock together easily without any special tools, the need to drill, or apply an expensive coating. Designed to be installed in less than a few hours at home, you won’t have to drop your truck off anywhere and wait for the installation or any chemical coatings to dry before use. If needed, rubber bed liners are just as easy to remove from your truck if you want to deep clean your bed.

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The liners themselves are easy to clean as well. After an afternoon hauling bricks, firewood or muddy bikes, simply wipe the surface down with a damp cloth and your truck bed and liner will be ready to haul another load. If moisture is a concern, Husky rubber bed mats come with nibs underneath, slightly elevating the mat off your truck bed so air passes through easily and moisture dries out. If you are looking at the full bed liner, the DualLiner truck bed liner is designed so that it doesn’t block water from draining through your truck bed’s drain holes. You won’t have to worry about rust or water damage to your truck bed.

Adding a rubber truck bed liner is an easy way to protect your truck from the everyday abuses it sees. It will save your wallet from costly repairs in the future as it saves your bed from dents, dings, and scratches. A rubber liner is easy to install and easy to keep clean. You won’t regret adding a rubberized bed liner to your truck.

Keep your truck bed safe from scratches, dents and other impacts with high-quality rubber bed liners. Heavy-duty liners can stand up to demanding work environments. They also make your truck look stylish and professional. Find the right products for a snug fit from popular brands such as DualLiner and WeatherTech.

Types of Bed Liner Materials

A common question is whether spray-on bed liners or rubber liners are a better choice. Both options can deliver great results, with pros and cons you should consider.

Spray-on liners provide complete truck bed coverage that looks like it just rolled out of the factory. That said, you need more experience to get an even, durable coat. It’s necessary to sand the interior of the truck bed first to get good adhesion. With a rubber bed liner, all you need to do is clean the inside of the truck bed, lay the new liner over the surface and secure it.

Why To Choose a Rubber Bed Liner

Truck bed liners made of rubber offer several advantages compared to other options. They’re often more durable and impact resistant, giving you heavy-duty protection for the truck bed.

Truck owners who work in the construction or transportation industries often select rubber liners for their truck beds. That way, they can transport heavy loads, work equipment, tools and other gear to the worksite without scratching or damaging the bed.

Rubber materials also offer great skid resistance to prevent loads from sliding around in the back. This type of bed liner is typically a breeze to install, but it’s important to choose a custom fit for your specific truck make, model and year.

How To Maintain Your Rubber Bed Liner

Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for periodic cleaning to avoid damaging your truck or the bed liner. Generally, you can clean the liner with a hose or pressure washer to get rid of mud and dirt.

A mild detergent such as dish soap can help with stubborn dirt. Always rinse after cleaning. Then, allow the liner to air dry in the sun. You may need to dry the edges by hand with a towel.

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WeatherTech TechLiner Truck Bed & Tailgate Liners


Nice liner, very easy to install. Not a perfect fit all around the bed but it will serve the purpose. View more reviews...
Posted By Robert B (Warwick, RI) / March 11, 2023
2011 Chevy Silverado
DualLiner Truck Bed Liners

Dual Liner review

Dual Liner is a pretty good bed liner. It goes in easy, looks good, and the floor mat is great and is real easy on your knees. Way easier than a spray in liner. The fit is in all honesty is pretty good but could be a touch better. All in all I do recommend it and would purchase again View more reviews...
Posted By william d (SANTA FE, TX) / August 12, 2020
WeatherTech UnderLiner Truck Bed Liner Padding

bed protection

I bought a 2016 Ram with a Pendaliner in it. When I removed it the high parts of the bed had been scratched by the bedliner moving when something was hauled in the bed. Not be able to afford to have a Herculiner coating put on the bed I painted the scratched high areas with Rustoleum and put the Weather Tech liner in before replacing the Pendaliner saving me hundreds of dollars. View more reviews...
Posted By Roger D (GREENSBURG, PA) / November 14, 2017
2016 Dodge Ram