A 100% polypropylene (plastic) truck bed liner that looks and feels like carpet. Bedrug is more durable and versatile than any traditional drop-in or spray-on liner available on the market today. BedRug Bed liner is made in two sections; floor with tailgate, sides with bulkhead, just zipper together the two sections. Place BedRug in the bed of the truck, attach the hook tabs (with 3M Adhesive) to the loop, which is sewn onto the BedRug, remove backing from hook tabs and attach to truck. You're done!
BedRug Bedliner Features & Benefits:
100% Polypropylene: Durable Work Surface - Throw in firewood, mulch, dirt or concrete. Nothing can hurt it...bleach, battery acid and oil just wash off. None of these materials will harm its durable polypropylene construction.
3/4" Polypropylene Foam Floor: Custom formed to fit each truck. Soft to the touch, there's no hard surface or "ribs" to hurt your knees. The unique foam padding provides superior comfort when crawling in and out of your truck bed. Molded to the shape of each specific truck bed for a snug, custom fit. Other bedliners are hard and offer no comfort and no cargo protection. Utilize your truck for all your favorite outdoor activities such as camping, hunting, fishing, or other outdoor uses.
Impact Protection: Acts as a shock absorber; helps protect the factory bed from impact dings and also protects your fragile cargo.
Slip and Skid Resistant Polypropylene Fiber Surface: Cargo won't slide during transport. The Bedrug's fiber surface is the best anti-slip surface on the market. Traditional drop-in bedliners and spray-in style liners offer minimal assistance.
Designed for Exterior Use: The 3/4" foam floor is similar to foam used in lifejackets and WILL NOT ABSORB WATER. Water runs off the fiber surface, through the non-corrosive zinc alloy zipper and out the drain holes in the bed. BedRug also meets stringent OEM exterior UV resistance standards
Won't Scratch the Bed: Will not grind away paint, bed underneath will look like new when BedRug is removed. The Bedrug will not scratch, crack, fade, or peel like other bedliners on the market. The Bedrug will continue to look great for as long as you own the truck.
Retain your Truck's Resale Value: Easily removed at Trade-In. Does not Scratch - Truck Bed is like new at Trade-In. Maintains factory paint warranty.
Built In Hinge: Helps prevent debris from collecting in the opening between the tailgate and the bed.
Fast & Easy Install: No power tools or bed alterations needed. BedRug products install with 3M Dual Lock Hook and Loop Fastener System. Install time typically 30 minutes.
Limited Lifetime Warranty: BedRug products are warranted for the duration of the vehicle ownership by the original BedRug purchaser against workmanship and defects.
Q: What's the difference between a hard bedliner and the BedRug liner? Don't they both protect the truck bed? A: Under use, hard bedliners vibrate against the paint they're supposed to protect, actually scuffing it and ruining the paint's shiny, rich finish. The BedRug liner, however, is backed by a non-abrasive foam, which will not abrade the paint. Your truck bed will always look as good as the day you bought it! The BedRug liner is designed to protect your valuable cargo, like sports equipment and camping gear, too - not just your truck.
Q:Why should I buy a BedRug lifestyle liner when I can buy a hard or spray-on liner cheaper? A: Bedrug's advantage is value. Not only do you get the advantages of exceptional cargo protection, a non-slip surface, and BedRug's best-in-class truck bed paint protection, but the BedRug also looks high end. The real proof is when you kneel on it - try that with any hard or spray-on liner!
Q:Aren't spray-on liners becoming more popular? I've heard they're pretty inexpensive. A: While spray-on liners have become more popular, they have some serious issues that liner buyers should understand. First, to apply the spray-on liner, the truck bed's paint must be scuffed or removed prior to application, which can void the truck's paint warranty. Since they must be applied by a professional, the quality of the spray-on liner depends on the person applying it. Once applied, the spray-on liner cannot be removed. Spray-ins also can be very susceptible to wear and weathering, which can cause them to look hazy or appear used after only a short time. Moreover, they do nothing to protect cargo.
Q: How do I clean my BedRug? A: Cleaning your BedRug is easy; A vacuum, broom, brush or compressed air can be used to remove dirt, grime, sand, mulch etc. Due to the fact that water will not harm the BedRug, pressure washing is also an effective way to clean a soiled BedRug.