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Had a Liner in my Pickup. I took it out and had Rhino Liner put in.

Found I need to drill holes so water will drain.

Got a load of dirt yesterday, found I couldn’t sweep it out. Spent $10 washing my Pickup today and still have dirt in the bed.

If I had to do it all over again I would just have a regular bed. Not really happy!

oneshot

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2 hours ago, oneshot said:

Had a Liner in my Pickup. I took it out and had Rhino Liner put in.

Found I need to drill holes so water will drain.

Got a load of dirt yesterday, found I couldn’t sweep it out. Spent $10 washing my Pickup today and still have dirt in the bed.

If I had to do it all over again I would just have a regular bed. Not really happy!

oneshot

Get a rubber bed mat.  Spray in bed liners suk!

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I've had good luck with my Line-X liner.  Doesn't hold water and haven't had any issues with anything spilling in it that some good detergent hasn't been able to get off.

-- Jim

If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles. -- Doug Larson

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I've got some kind of dealer applied spray in bedliner in my truck.  It's got enough texture that things don't slide around too bad.  No problem with cleanup here, dawn, a pushbroom and the water hose work great,  Won't ever be without a spray in liner.. 

If I was having problems with stuff sliding around, I'd still want the spray in and then put a rubber mat down. 

I use my truck and hate seeing scratched paint, rust and dirt in corners in a bed.  With the liner, I get none of that.

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31 minutes ago, Terrierman said:

I've got some kind of dealer applied spray in bedliner in my truck.  It's got enough texture that things don't slide around too bad.  No problem with cleanup here, dawn, a pushbroom and the water hose work great,  Won't ever be without a spray in liner.. 

If I was having problems with stuff sliding around, I'd still want the spray in and then put a rubber mat down. 

I use my truck and hate seeing scratched paint, rust and dirt in corners in a bed.  With the liner, I get none of that.

I have the spray in liner and a mat as I am a bit rough on a truck bed.  I have found if I cut wood, etc. that I need to sweep or hose it out well as debris does easily clog the drain holes like oneshot’s does and the bed will hold water after a good rain.   Keep it clean, no worries.

Mike

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49 minutes ago, Terrierman said:

I've got some kind of dealer applied spray in bedliner in my truck.  It's got enough texture that things don't slide around too bad.  No problem with cleanup here, dawn, a pushbroom and the water hose work great,  Won't ever be without a spray in liner.. 

If I was having problems with stuff sliding around, I'd still want the spray in and then put a rubber mat down. 

I use my truck and hate seeing scratched paint, rust and dirt in corners in a bed.  With the liner, I get none of that.

I have both.  Probably could’ve done without the spray in though. 

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