Frequently Asked Questions

Why a Spray-in Liner?

Truck beds are susceptible to impacts, corrosion, and damage from the elements. Drop-in liners warp, crack, and trap in moisture. Rhino Extreme™ doesn’t – it’s that simple!

How do you prep the trucks?

​We power sand, acetone clean, and prepare surfaces. This ensures the surface is clean, smooth, and free of any debris or flaws that could affect the spraying process.

What is your process?

We use a high temperature, high pressure application process. Our compound mixtures are combined just prior to spraying for maximum effectiveness. It is heated to 140 degrees and sprayed at 2400psi.

Does my truck need to sit after the application?

After applying a Rhino Extreme™ coating, we recommend keeping your vehicle away from any moisture for 24 hours. We also recommend avoiding heavy use (quads, skids, sleds, et c…) for 48 hours to ensure the product sets. After that, it’s almost indestructible!

How long have you been in business?

Rhino Linings has been serving North America for over 20 years. We’ve been applying Rhino Extreme™ coating since October 2012. We have a state-of-the-art booth in our shop especially for applying Rhino liners.

Can you apply Rhino Extreme™ coating to any vehicle?

Almost! Typically, we apply Rhino Extreme™ to truck beds and wheel well linings. But we can also do side steps and bumpers, trailers (depending on size and needs), and flatbeds (depending on size and needs). Be sure to contact us for any special requests.