“Spray-Lining” by definition is the coating of surfaces (substrates) with a poyurea, polyurethane, polyurea hybrid or poly hybrid. It is most easily reviewed by reading forums, blogs, article & posts by truck enthusiasts.
I never saw anything about the danger of these chemicals, though I did hear about VOC's isocyanates and flash point dangers. But, mostly these things are advertised as safe and not an issue. So, I buy these DIY spray-Lining products thinking, "No Problem". After spraying my truck bed lining I am having issues breathing and a lot of pain.
After reviewing further I see that there are all kinds of negative side effects of spraying these materials without proper safety equipment. Why isn't this noted on the TOP of these spray-lining sites.
Spray-on truck bed liners are coated by various applicators of spray lining formulas. Spray linings can be applied to many items in need of protection from the elements &/or that benefit from slip-proofing.
In my research I compared the two biggest spray-lining brand names, Rhino & Line-X & others with many educated truck owners, applicators & experienced professionals. I found several issues as spray-lining color, UV stability, strength specifications & other considerations as well as price.
However, no one really talked about safety except with pure polyurea.... What is that about?
Reviews are easiest to locate on Google or any search engine since pick up truck bed spray-lining is probably abused more than other items like trailers or boats. These opinions may matter more when reviewing brands or applicators of spray-lining products for most other valuable assets. However, the point of SAFETY needs to be a higher priority for DIY Spray-Lining. These guys need to get on the ball.
Monetary Loss: $1000.