Warranty

The High Quality of Rhino Linings

Your truck deserves the best bedliner spray available and this is exactly what you get with Rhino Linings. This brand is the most likely to be asked for by name and is rated #1 among consumers. Their high-quality products are engineered to stay strong in temperatures from -40 to 190 degrees Fahrenheit (℉) while resisting multiple types of physical and chemical damage.

Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty

Since October 2006, Rhino Linings has offered a Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty* for their truck bed liners. This means that every official applicator participates in the warranty program so even if you move to a different state, you know that you are covered.

What the Warranty Covers

Rhino Linings strives to provide the very best bedliner spray and their warranty program reinforces this commitment. The warranty guarantees that the spray-in bedliner will not crack, peel, or bubble for the lifetime of your truck. In the rare case that this does happen, you can bring your vehicle to any licensed Rhino Linings dealer and they will repair or replace the bed liner at no cost to you.

Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Rhino Liner

Rhino liners are remarkably durable, but there are some tips you can follow to get the most out of your truck bed liner.

These include:

Keep Rhino Linings Dry After Installation

After the initial installation of your Rhino liner, we recommend keeping it dry for 24 hours. This prevents damage to the lining while it sets. After this initial period, the truck bed liner is ready to stand up to moisture including rain and other weather conditions.

Avoid Heavy/Dirty Cargo for 24 Hours

Another thing to avoid during the first 24 hours after Rhino Linings application is any heavy cargo or any items that could soil the truck bed. While the liner is made to protect your truck from many types of hauls, you should wait until it is fully set.

Cleaning Your Rhino Liner

Keeping your truck bed liner clean can help it look its best and stay durable. To do this, use a car wash detergent and warm water with a stiff brush. You can also use a high-pressure water spray which is very effective at removing any dirt or debris. For stubborn stains you can use an abrasive pad or stiff bristle brush with a detergent or degreaser.

Avoid Certain Products

While your spray-in bedliner is designed to prevent certain types of chemical damage, there are some chemicals that you should avoid as they can leave a mark on your Rhino liner. These include abrasive cleaners, caustic/corrosive liquids, and silicone-based protectants.

The Only Official Rhino Linings Applicator in Tucson

Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson is the only official applicator for this brand in the city. It is our goal to give every customer a great experience and a protective coating that lasts as long as their truck does. Our bedliners are covered by a Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty,* so you know you can trust our quality.
Visit us today so we can apply the best bedliner spray in the industry to your truck or other vehicle.

*This warranty only applies to truck bed lining, not other services, and is subject to limitations and restrictions.

The warranty only covers pickup trucks that have original equipment truck beds as well as original equipment paint. The truck must also be only for personal use and commercial and military Rhino Linings applications are not covered.

The Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty is non-transferrable and only applies to the original purchaser of the Rhino Linings truck bed coating.

In the following circumstances, the Rhino Linings warranty will not apply: misuse or abuse of the Rhino liner, your truck was involved in an accident, gouges, dents, chips, intentional pulling of the lining, removal of the lining to do body work on the truck, chemical stains or soils from paint strippers or solvents, damage from natural causes (hail, lighting, etc.), or natural sun fade from ultraviolet (UV) rays.

More details can be found here.