I’ve been seeing a lot of misinformation on message boards, forums, Facebook, and other places about spraying automobiles’ exteriors. Not sure if this is an intentional effort by rivals or just people being really unaware about the procedure and its outcomes. So I’ve decided to compile some information for them in the hopes that it will get round and clarify
The cost of a total body spray from Line-X is between $3,000 and $5,000, whereas the average cost of a bedliner spray is around $450 to $550. Still, it should endure the vehicle’s lifetime, according to Liveoak.
For less than $500, LINE-X provides a single payment that keeps your truck’s bed looking new for as long as you own it – no matter how rough you are with it. Truck owners have three choices when it comes to protecting their beds: No Bedliner: Upfront Cost: $0.
However, the cost is not insignificant. The price of a total body spray from Line-X varies, generally ranging from $3,000 to $5,000. This compares with $450 to $550 for a basic bedliner spray, according to Liveoak. Nonetheless, she says it should last the vehicle’s entire life span.
Is it true that Linex fades?
– False, on average we spray exteriors at 65mils. “LINE-X will fade” – False, we have the solution for fading and it’s called LINE-X PREMIUM. Premium combines the abrasion and impact protection you already trust with UV protection your car requires to stay.
Is it worth it to put spray in bedliners?
If you want something that will get the job done, is cost-effective, and readily removable, a drop-in bedliner is a good option. If you don’t expect to ever remove the liner and need something that can handle a lot of abuse, the spray-in bedliner is
Linex Paint pros and cons
Here’s a concise table outlining the pros and cons of Linex Paint:
|Limited color options
|Potentially higher cost
|Strong odor during use
Linex Paint job cost Step-By-Step Calculation
- Calculate Surface Area: length × width × height for each section
- Estimate Linex Cost: per square foot for Linex application.
- Multiply Surface Area by Cost: per square foot to get the total Linex cost.
- Add Additional Costs: Include any additional costs like prep work, labor, and other materials.
Total Cost = (Surface Area × Cost per Square Foot) + Additional Costs