All About the Rhino Liner Warranty

When you protect your truck bed with Rhino Linings, you can be confident in the high quality of the spray-in liner. We offer a Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty* for truck beds, giving you peace of mind that your investment is made to last.

What Does the Rhino Liner Warranty Cover?

Our warranty covers our spray-in liner if it is applied to the bed of a pickup truck. The vehicle must have the original factory finish and original equipment. Additionally, you must drive the vehicle for personal, non-commercial use only. The warranty is only valid for the original purchase of the Rhino liner and is not transferable.

The warranty covers repair or replacement in the unlikely event that the lining has any of the following issues:

  • Cracking
  • Bubbling
  • Peeling

What Does the Warranty NOT Cover?

Natural fading of the liner due to sun exposure does not fall under the warranty.

Additionally, coverage does not apply if any of the following occurred:

  • The vehicle was involved in an accident.
  • The liner has been misused or abused.
  • The damage was due to natural factors, such as hail or lightning.
  • There are gouges, dents, or chips in the liner.
  • The liner was intentionally pulled or removed in order to perform bodywork on the vehicle.
  • The liner was stained due to chemicals, such as paint thinner or other solvents.

Who Can Repair Your Liner?

In most cases, warranty repairs or replacements will occur at the same Rhino Linings dealer where you initially had the application. However, if this location has since closed or is more than 100 miles away from your current location, you can contact Rhino Linings to find another applicator closer to you. This is the “Nationwide” part of our Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty. No matter where you move, your truck bed is covered.

Taking Care of Your Liner

Our liners are built to withstand even the toughest conditions. That being said, it’s still important to take care of your liner to prevent any issues.

Some steps to keep your liner looking and functioning at its best:

  • Keep it dry for the first 24 hours after application and do not load any cargo during this time. This allows the liner to set fully and prevents discoloration.
  • Use car wash detergent and warm water to clean the liner regularly, and use a stiff bristle brush for any stubborn stains.
  • Do not use any abrasive cleaners, corrosive or caustic liquids, or silicone-based protectants on the lining.
  • Use Rhino Shine® Ultra, a UV-activated bed lining protectant. This helps preserve the liner’s shine and color.

Rhino Linings Applicator in Tucson

At Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson, we can protect your truck bed with our high-quality spray-on liner. Although the warranty applies only to pickup truck beds, this isn’t the limit of what we can line. We will spray anything you can bring to us including trucks, trailers, boats, off road vehicles, and much more.

To schedule your Rhino Linings application, contact us today.

*Limitations and restrictions apply.

The Bed Liner Application Process

Rhino Linings produces the highest-quality truck bed liner available. We are the brand most asked for by name and consumers rate us #1 among spray-on liners. When you choose Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson for your bed liner application, you benefit from our team’s experience. The process of applying this liner is meticulous and whereas DIY application may not give you the results you want, we work hard to make sure every customer is satisfied.

The process of applying Rhino truck bed liner:

1. Tailgate and Hardware Removal

Removing the tailgate ensures we get a clean application for this area. It’s also necessary so we can have easy access to the rest of the truck bed. At the start of the process, we remove the tailgate and access cover.

We will also remove any hardware in the area we are spraying, including bed bolts and tie-downs. Spraying over these can cause issues, so we make sure they are not coated.

2. Masking

Masking is necessary to ensure the spray does not get on any part of your truck besides the bed (or any other area you want us to coat). To do this, we use wire tape to outline the area we want to spray. Then we use masking tape to attach paper or plastic coverings around the outside of the tailgate and truck bed. We also cover the front of the truck to ensure there are no exposed areas.

3. Surface Preparation

Rhino liner will only adhere to a properly prepared surface. We use a tool to scuff the paint across the surface of the bed and tailgate. For smaller or hard-to-reach areas, we use sandpaper to manually prepare the surface. The preparation has to be uniform or the liner won’t look right and may not adhere properly, so we are thorough and careful during this step.

4. Cleaning

After preparing the surface, we use compressed air to remove any dust. We then wipe down the bed and tailgate with acetone to ensure they are completely clean. This is because any residue can impact the integrity of the liner or stop it from adhering.

5. Check Before Spraying

Before we start spraying, we make sure everything has been prepared correctly. We are committed to providing the best results and this helps us make sure we do that every time. We check that the masking is complete and that there are no gaps, as well as ensuring the surface is uniformly prepared.

6. Spray-On Application

We spray the bed liner onto the truck bed and tailgate in multiple smooth, glossy layers. In any sections where layers meet, we stagger them to create a smooth and uniform transition. Before we complete the process, we will check that the thickness is correct.

7. Remove Masking

Once the spray-on liner has dried, we remove the covers and masking tape. When we pull the wire tape away, we do so perpendicularly to the surface. This leaves a neat and clean edge.

8. Replace Tailgate and Hardware

Finally, we will replace the tailgate and hardware. At this point, your newly-protected truck is ready to go.

Why DIY Lining is a Bad Idea

As you’ve read, the process of applying spray-on liner has many steps and attention to detail is crucial. If you try it yourself, you risk damaging your truck in the process. Our team also wears protective equipment throughout the application and attempting it without this gear can be dangerous.

Schedule Your Rhino Liner Application

To protect your truck bed, contact us today.

Benefits of Rhino Liner Interior

At Erics’ Rhino Linings of Tucson, we can coat anything you bring to us. This extends beyond truck beds alone. We can line off-road vehicles, boats, recreational vehicles (RVs), and trailers. In addition to coating the exterior, we can also protect the inside of your vehicle. A Rhino liner interior has many advantages.

Some of the benefits include:

Easy to Clean

The outside of your vehicle isn’t the only part that gets dirty. Especially if you are offroading or camping, you are likely getting in and out of your vehicle with mud or dirt on your shoes. If you use carpets, these can be difficult to clean. Even standard flooring can be a challenge to keep looking its best.

With a Rhino-lined interior, cleaning the inside of your vehicle is easy. All you need to do is spray it down and wipe it off. Additionally, the lining is stain-resistant.


If you’ve ever soaked the interior carpets of your vehicle, you know how annoying this can be. The damp carpet can start to smell musty quickly. Rhino Linings coatings are water-resistant and bond directly to the surface where they are sprayed, meaning water can’t get trapped anywhere. The surface is easy to wipe down and won’t absorb any liquid.

Looks Great

It’s easy to focus more on the exterior since this is what others see, but keep in mind that you will spend more time looking at the inside of your vehicle than the outside. The interior should look just as great as the exterior, and Rhino Linings can help you ensure this is the case.

Our spray-on liner has a rugged appearance and can take your interior to the next level.

Reduces Sound

The coating reduces the sound level inside your truck compared to bare floors. If you pair an interior liner with spraying the exterior, you can increase the noise reduction even further.

Can You Line Your Interior Yourself?

There are a variety of options when it comes to lining the interior of your vehicle, including some DIY sprays or paints. However, a professional application is the best way to ensure your truck looks its best. Professional vehicle lining also lasts longer and you can be confident there aren’t any gaps or issues with the application.

Additionally, spray-on liner releases fumes during the process of application. Especially when you are working with the interior of your vehicle, you don’t want to be exposed to these chemicals without proper equipment and ventilation. Our team takes care of this for you so you don’t have to worry about it.

Rhino Linings Application in Tucson

Whether you are interested in lining the interior of your vehicle or the exterior, we can help. We even line items other than vehicles such as trash cans, coolers, and tool boxes. If you can bring it to us, we can coat it with our durable spray-on liner.

To learn more about getting a Rhino liner interior, contact us today.

FAQs About Rhino Spray-On Liner

Rhino spray-on liner can protect your truck or other vehicle from the elements and from everyday wear and tear. Our high-quality protective coatings are engineered to withstand even the toughest conditions. If you are interested in Rhino Linings, you may have some questions about how our products work and what we can do for you.

Here are some frequently asked questions:

What Can You Rhino Line?

We can apply our lining solution to:

  • Truck beds and other parts of your truck – we can even line your entire vehicle!
  • Off-road vehicles
  • Boats
  • Trailers
  • Commercial and military vehicles
  • Anything you can bring to us, including non-vehicles (trash cans, shelving, et cetera)

What Are The Benefits of Spray-On Liner?

  1. Our spray-on products permanently protect your vehicle, unlike drop-in mats or carpets which you will eventually need to replace.
  2. The liners are easy to clean. You can generally wash off your vehicle as you would normally.
  3. Protect your vehicle from scratches, dents, corrosion, and other types of physical and chemical damage.
  4. Since the lining is slip-resistant, cargo won’t slip around as much in your truck bed. If you use the lining for a boat, this makes it easier for you to move around inside.
  5. The airtight and watertight seal helps prevent rust.

Why Choose Rhino Linings Vs a Competitor?

Compared to our competitors, Rhino Linings products are more slip-resistant due to their thicker coating. The surface is also softer, which is ideal for areas you want to climb into. This softer surface is also safer for cargo and helps reduce noise.

Rhino Linings is also the #1 consumer rated brand of spray-in truck bed liner and we are the brand most asked for by name.

What Are Rhino Liners Made Of?

Our spray-on liners are made of high-quality polyurethane. They are free of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and are environmentally friendly.

Can You Apply Bed Liner Yourself?

There are some bed liner sprays or paint-on liners that are marketed as suitable for DIY application. However, keep in mind these will not be as durable as a professionally-applied liner. You also risk exposure to potentially toxic chemicals during the application process.

With Rhino Linings, you benefit from skilled professional application. Our team will evenly and carefully apply the coating to your vehicle. There is less risk for you, and our truck bed liners come with an industry-leading Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty*.

Where Can I Get My Vehicle Rhino Lined in Tucson?

Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson is proud to offer spray-on vehicle protection from this globally recognized brand. We are committed to customer service and quality application.

To learn more or schedule an application for Rhino spray-on liner, contact us today.

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

Why Rhino Liner is the Best Truck Bed Coating

Your truck bed is exposed to tough conditions, especially if you are often hauling items or off-roading. Giving your bed the greatest possible protection can help extend the life of your truck. If you’re looking for the best truck bed coating, look no further than Rhino Linings. Our spray-in truck bed liner is rated #1 among consumers and is engineered to the highest standards.

Here are some of the reasons why Rhino liner is the best truck bed coating:

Protects Against Physical and Chemical Damage

Rhino Linings protect your truck bed from all types of physical damage, including impact and abrasion. This prevents scratches and dents even when the liner is exposed to the roughest terrain or heavy use. The linings also protect against corrosion and other forms of chemical damage.


The surface of a rhino-lined truck bed is textured, making it slip-resistant. As a result, cargo stays in place more securely. The risk of damage is also reduced so your cargo is less likely to shift during travel and damage your vehicle or other items in the truck bed.

Withstands Extreme Conditions

Engineers created Rhino liners to stand up to even the toughest conditions. In temperatures as high as 190 degrees Fahrenheit (℉) and as low as -40 ℉, the liners maintain their strength. Even commercial and military vehicles can benefit from Rhino Linings products.

Bonds Directly to the Bed

Drop-in liners, truck bed carpets, and other options leave space for water to gather, which can lead to rust. Rhino’s material direct bond to the bed of your truck ensures proper heat transfer so the truck bed isn’t a different temperature from the rest of the vehicle. And, since the coating is permanently bonded to the truck, you get the corresponding permanence of protection.

Other methods for shielding your truck bed need to be replaced regularly, but Rhino Lining lasts for the lifetime of your truck.

Industry-Leading Warranty

Rhino Linings offers a Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty on our truck bed coating.* Even if you move to a different state, your liner will be covered. The warranty guarantees that your coating will not crack, peel, or bubble.

Line More Than Just Your Truck Bed

With Rhino liners, you aren’t limited to protecting just your truck bed. We can line other parts of your truck or even cover the whole vehicle. We can also coat vehicles besides trucks including off-road vehicles, trailers, recreational vehicles (RVs), and more. At Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson, we will coat anything you can bring to us.

Schedule Your Application

If you are ready to give your truck bed the heavy-duty protection it deserves, we can help.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment to get your truck bed Rhino lined.

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

Does Bedliner Prevent Rust?

No one wants their truck bed to rust. Not only does this look bad, but it can also damage the structure of your vehicle. If left untreated, this can lead to holes in the bed or any other part that is rusting. Rust that spreads to vital components can be a significant safety concern. Your vehicle is an investment, and you should protect it from damage, including damage from rust. Our bedliner can prevent rust from occurring, but it is usually not the best option to stop rust that has already started. To understand why, it is helpful to have an idea of what leads to rust.

What is Rust and Why Does it Happen?

Rust is the common name for iron oxide, which is a combination of iron and oxygen. This forms because of a chemical reaction that can occur when metal is exposed to water and air. The first step is that water mixes with carbon dioxide and creates an acid, which dissolves the iron. This process also separates water into hydrogen and oxygen and when oxygen molecules meet with iron molecules, rust is formed.

Newer vehicles often use rust-resistant metals and many also have an anti-corrosion coating on key parts. However, your truck bed may not be entirely immune from rust, especially if it is older. Over time, the original coating can wear off and expose more vulnerable parts.

Can Bedliner Stop The Spread of Rust?

Once rust has started to occur, it is important to act quickly to prevent it from spreading. While bedliner may cover up the rust spots, it will not actually prevent the spread of rust. However, you can apply the coating to a surface once the rust has been removed. Surface-level rust has to be sanded off and the rust is affecting key structural components, it’s best to seek the help of a professional.

Can Bedliner Prevent Rust?

Although Rhino liner is not designed to stop rust, the coating can be a great way to prevent this issue from occurring in the first place. Our bedliner bonds directly to the surface of your truck bed, creating a watertight and airtight seal. As a result, the chemical reaction that causes rust cannot take place under the lining. This is one of the many benefits of Rhino liners compared to other types of truck bed liners. Since drop-in linings leave a gap between the bottom of the lining and the surface of the truck bed, moisture can collect and speed up rusting.

Protect All Your Vehicles From Rust

Rhino Linings products can be used for more than just truck beds. We can apply it to any part of your truck, and this can be a great way to prevent rust in a variety of areas. Additionally, we can coat any vehicle you can bring to us including boats, trailers, recreational vehicles (RVs), and more.

To protect your vehicle from rust and other types of damage, make an appointment for Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson today.

Rhino Liner vs Truck Bed Carpet

There are many different options for protecting your truck bed, and it can be overwhelming to decide which is best for your needs. Truck bed carpet is a mat that lines the bed of your truck and has a soft, textured surface. This does provide some protection for your vehicle, but it is prone to damage and stains and is typically not the best choice if you need a heavy-duty solution. Our spray-on liner bonds directly to your truck bed and is engineered to withstand even the toughest conditions.

Some of the benefits of our liner vs truck bed carpet include:

Easy to Clean

While truck bed carpet can be removed and cleaned, it can easily become stained or otherwise look ragged. Our liners can be hosed down or washed off the same way you wash your truck, so there’s no need to do any extra work. It’s simple to keep your truck bed looking its best with our spray-on products.

Permanent Coating

It’s true that the cost of Rhino liner is going to be higher than a carpeted mat, but it is important to keep in mind that your spray-on truck liner is designed to last for the lifetime of your truck. Comparatively, you will likely need to replace carpet more often. Our liners give you a permanent solution and come with a Nationwide Limited Lifetime Warranty. *

Slip-Resistant Surface

Carpet provides some traction and is better than nothing however, Rhino liners are better at keeping cargo in place. The coating has a textured surface that is slip-resistant, which reduces the risk of damage to the items you are transporting and protects your truck bed at the same time.

More Complete Coverage

A carpeted mat only protects the floor of your truck bed. If cargo bangs against the sides, it can easily cause dents or scratches and the carpet will not prevent this. Our coating covers the entirety of your truck bed and gives you complete protection. We can also spray other parts of your vehicle or even line your entire truck.

Protect Against More Forms of Damage

Whereas truck bed carpet offers partial protection against scratches, Rhino liner can protect against this plus dents, corrosion, rust, and more. It’s even strong enough for commercial or military applications and can withstand temperatures as high as 190 degrees Fahrenheit (℉) and as low as -40 ℉.

The Rhino Linings Difference

There are various options for spray-on liner, but Rhino Linings is the top-rated liner among consumers and offers superior protection and durability. We are the brand that most people ask for by name.

Spray-On Liner in Tucson

If you want to give your truck the best protection available, Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson can help. Our experienced technicians can apply high-quality liner to your truck or other vehicle.

To learn more or to schedule an appointment for application, contact us today.

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

Truck Liner Spray for Commercial Vehicles

Maintaining and protecting your vehicle is essential and for commercial vehicles, this is often more important. Pick-up trucks are often used by businesses both large and small to transport tools and material to job sites. Whether you have one vehicle or a whole fleet, Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson can apply truck liner spray that can help extend the life of your vehicle. This liner is durable enough to stand up against daily, heavy-duty use without you worrying about scratches, dents, corrosion, or other types of damage.

What is Truck Liner Spray?

A spray-on liner is one of the best ways to ensure your truck’s bed lasts a lifetime and is the ultimate in truck protection. This spray conforms to every contour of your truck with no seams or gaps, completely blocking the metal surfaces from damage, water, chemicals, or dirt. It is designed not to warp or crack and is professionally applied with care and precision. This coating resists impacts, abrasions, and corrosion, offering the highest-quality protection for your investment. Our coating is environmentally friendly, solvent free, and will stand up to fertilizers, chemicals, and most petroleum products.

Advantages of Lining Your Commercial Vehicle

Spray-on protective coatings have many advantages. They require no attachment holes and have no vibration noise. It is a solid investment that is attractive and easy to clean. They are designed to withstand harsh weather and will not crack, warp, peel, or split in temperatures as low as -40 ℉ and as hot as 190 ℉.

Spray-on bedliners provide a textured, non-slip surface that prevents your cargo from sliding around, protecting both your load and your truck. Drop-in liners can crack, and the vibration of them can cause damage to the surface of your truck bed. If you need a heavy-duty liner, then a spray on liner is your solution.

Not Just for the Truck bed

Commercial vehicles often need more protection than a truck bed liner alone. Our spray can be applied to bumpers, rocker panels, grille guards, and more. If your business uses a vehicle other than a truck, we can coat these as well. Rhino liners are incredibly versatile and can be used on almost any type of vehicle interior and exterior.

Make an Appointment for Commercial Vehicle Lining

At Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson, we can answer any questions you may have about truck liner spray. We work with individuals as well as commercial clients and are happy to go over the different options for protecting your fleet vehicles.

Contact us today to learn more about our vehicle lining services.

Spray-on vs Drop-in Trailer Liner

When you are selecting a liner to protect your trailer from damage there are several factors to take into consideration. One of the most important is if you would like a spray-on or drop-in trailer liner. Drop-in liners are usually made of hard plastic and are a shell that is fitted to the inside of your trailer. A spray-on liner is applied by professionals and bonds directly to the surface. Both will protect from the elements and damage that your cargo can cause to your trailer to some extent, but spray-on liner is clearly the better choice.

Differences Between Spray-On and Drop-in Trailer Liners

Application is not the only area that these products differ. Drop-in liners are frequently less expensive than spray-on options. However, they are also less durable since they are made from plastic. They can often crack and they are also slick, so your cargo can slide around more easily. Because they sit on top of the bed, drop-in liners can also let water and dirt get in between the liner and the trailer. This will often cause rust to accumulate. Drop-in liners can, however, be removed more easily than their spray-on counterparts.

Spray-in liners cost more upfront but have several advantages in the long run. There are no gaps between the liner and the trailer bed, so the lining is watertight. They are textured so your cargo does not slide around as easily, protecting it and your trailer. Because the liner sprays on, it is able to be used in more applications and cover a greater area. Instead of being limited to the bottom of the trailer, this spray-on protective coating can easily be applied to the sides and roof to keep your investment safe.

Spray-on liners are also more durable and are more difficult to damage. They are resistant to both corrosion and chemicals and resist scratches, abrasions, nicks, scuffs, and dents. They can handle the worst that mother nature can throw at them and can withstand temperatures as low as -40℉ to as high as 190℉. Unlike the plastic drop-in liners, these are engineered so they will not crack, peel, or split.

Other Applications for Spray-On Liner

Another advantage of a spray-on approach is that it is very versatile. It can go beyond a simple trailer or truck bed liner. This protective coating is able to be used on trucks, boats, recreational vehicles (RVs), and off-road vehicles. It can also be used for commercial and military applications. Spray-on protection can be used on all parts of your vehicle including the grill and on hard tops, off-road vehicle tubs, fender flares, rocker panels, and much more. The durability is unmatched and the protection will last for the lifetime of your vehicle.

Choose Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson for Your Spray-On Trailer Liner

Rhino Linings offers excellent quality and protection for all of your vehicles and we can also spray any other item you can bring to us.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment to talk about our spray-on/spray-in trailer liner.

What Can You Rhino Line?

Rhino Linings spray-on coatings offer superior durability and protection against abrasion, impact, and chemical damage. The spray is solvent-free, environmentally friendly, and can withstand temperatures as low as -40 ℉ and as high as 190 ℉. While our truck bed liner is our most popular product, you can Rhino line more than just trucks. At Eric’s Rhino Linings of Tucson, we can coat anything you can bring us.

Some examples of what you can use our spray-on liner for include:

Any and All Parts of Your Truck

We can spray any part of your truck that you want protected. Of course, this includes the truck bed, but we can also coat your bumpers, grille guards, rocker panels, and more. If you would like, you can even create a fully Rhino-lined truck. The matte black lining looks great in addition to helping prevent damage. It’s also easy to clean and often all you need to do is spray it down to remove dirt and debris.

Off-Road Vehicles

Off-road vehicles are exposed to the elements and have the potential to sustain a great deal of wear and tear. This goes beyond what you would expect for a typical car or truck. Luckily, Rhino Linings can help protect your investment and keep your vehicle looking and functioning great. Similar to trucks, we can coat any parts of your off-road vehicle you would like. These can include the fender flare, grille, hardtop, and more.


Did you know that Arizona is among the top states for registered boats? With so many beautiful rivers and lakes in the state, boating can be a great way to pass the time. Our boat liner protects your deck and/or hull whether you are in freshwater or saltwater. Since the lining creates a watertight seal, your boat won’t rust. The slip-resistant surface is also great for keeping anything you put in your boat firmly in place while you are moving.


Your trailer can haul many different types of items and Rhino liner protects it from damage no matter what you are transporting. The coat is slip-resistant so your cargo won’t shift and Rhino Linings products are also safe for trailers moving horses or other livestock. We can also coat recreational vehicles (RVs) and this protective coating can help your RV look like new.

Beyond Vehicles

Besides vehicles, you can Rhino line anything that you want to be protected from damage. It’s possible to use these coatings for trash cans, which is a great way to minimize rust and corrosion. This is especially helpful for restaurants or other businesses. We can also cover shelves, cabinets, or anything else that you can bring to us. When properly prepared, Rhino Linings products can bond to nearly any surface.

Protect Your Trucks, Trailers, and More

To make an appointment to Rhino line your vehicle or other item, contact us today.