The Various Types of Truck Bed Liners and Their Significance

By: PineRidge Ford   |   30 Jun 2022

Most of the dents and scratches that can happen to your truck bed can be prevented by using a truck bed liner. The thing is, you need to know the various types to be able to learn their functionalities and the level of protection that they may provide.

That being said, below are just a few examples to help make up your mind.

1. Drop-In Liners

Drop-in bed liners are made from a plastic sheet that's designed to fit and be bolted in instead of welding them in place. The good thing about drop-in liners is that you can actually remove them for any reason. Being a drop-in type, it also provides great protection to your truck bed.

The bed liner is easy to install, and you don't even need to modify your equipment in any way. It also comes in different colours, so you can choose the one that you like.

2. Spray-In Liners

As the name suggests, spray-in liners are sprayed right into your truck bed, providing seamless, chemical-resistant protection. But the downside to this is that it can be a messy process that usually requires assistance. And the material used to make this type of bed liner can be a bit more expensive. The material is quite resistant to chemicals, but it will take time for it to cure.

3. Carpet Liners

Carpet bed liners are normally made of carpet material glued onto the truck's bed. But it will be a massive mistake to assume that it's just a carpet. The material is designed to withstand all sorts of punishment, from chemicals to gasoline. It can also be scrubbed clean to remove dirt and grime.

4. Rubber Liners

As the name suggests, rubber liners are made from rubber that can be moulded and shaped into any design that you want. They are also resistant to all sorts of damage, from gasoline and solvents to UV light and road salt. Once the rubber dries, it will be very difficult to see any cuts or scratches on it. The only downside with rubber liners is that they need to be cleaned using soap, water and a brush.

5. Wooden Liners

Wooden bed liners are among the most popular models as they are not only made from high-quality wood material but are also easy to install. And if you want to, you can also paint it to fit the colour scheme of your truck. The only thing is since you're using wood, it's not resistant to all kinds of chemicals and water.

6. Fibreglass Liners

Fibreglass liners are made of fibreglass that's sprayed into a mould. These liners are not as heavy as rubber liners, but they're also more resistant to weather damage, chemicals, and gasoline. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to clean fibreglass liners, and they are also a bit more expensive than other liners.


Choosing the right bed liner for your truck bed is a matter of knowing the right features to look for. If you want to prevent scratches, dents and chemicals from ruining the finish of your truck bed, choosing the right bed liner will give you better peace of mind, knowing that your truck's finish will last a lot longer.

If you are looking for a great source of Ford truck parts and accessories, including outstanding liners, look no further than our amazing selections at the PineRidge Ford Service Centre. Here at Pineridge, we’ve been family-owned since the beginning and take pride in our unique business philosophy. We put customer service first and make buying a vehicle a fun and exciting experience. Call us today for more information about our Ford selections and their prices.


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