Mil+Spec Liner ®
Bedliners can be applied to trailers to provide protection, durability, and other benefits. When applying a bedliner to a trailer, it’s essential to select a product specifically designed for trailer use and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper application. This ensures that the bedliner provides effective protection and durability for the trailer.
Common applications for bedliners in trailers:
+ Cargo ProtectionTrailers are often used to transport various types of cargo, including equipment, tools, and goods. Applying a bedliner to the trailer’s interior provides a protective barrier against scratches, impacts, and other damage that can occur during loading, unloading, and transportation. It helps to preserve the trailer’s floor and walls, extending their lifespan.
+ Slip ResistanceBedliners can offer a non-slip surface in trailers, which is particularly important when hauling items that may shift during transit. The textured or non-slip properties of the bedliner help to prevent cargo from sliding or moving around, enhancing safety and stability during transportation.
+ Corrosion ResistanceTrailers are exposed to various weather conditions and road debris that can lead to rust and corrosion over time. Applying a bedliner to the trailer’s exterior can provide a protective coating that helps to resist corrosion caused by moisture, chemicals, and other elements, thus prolonging the trailer’s lifespan.
+ Easy MaintenanceBedliners in trailers are relatively easy to clean and maintain. They can be sprayed or wiped down to remove dirt, debris, or spilled liquids, making it more convenient to keep the trailer in good condition and ready for the next use.
+ Improved Resale ValueTrailers with well-maintained bedliners often have a higher resale value. The bedliner protects the trailer’s interior and exterior surfaces, keeping them in better condition, which can make the trailer more attractive to potential buyers and increase its overall value.