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I had been interested in having the bed of my truck professionally
sprayed, but the cost had kept me from doing it. I saw an ad for your
product in a magazine, did my research on the internet, visited your
web site several times and decided to give it a try. WOW...I love this
product. It is amazing! I spent 2 days between the prep work and the
applications, and it was well worth it. This looks like it was
professionally done. The application of this product was a breeze. I
am a huge do-it yourselfer and this has to be the best project yet..!
Just thought I'd let you know that I am an extremely satisfied
|I recently purchased a 2004 Ford
Ranger without a bedliner. I was low on funds and couldn't afford to
purchase a plastic liner or have one sprayed on. The solution?
HERCULINER! I must say, I found myself a bit sceptical about its
performance, but I searched the web and read many testimonials touting
its attributes. I was reluctant to scuff up my brand new truck, but I
guess you only live once... I followed the directions carefully, and
in a few hours - Voila!
impressed! My truck looks great, and the bed coating is as tough as
iron! The best part is that this lining will LAST! My sincere
gratitude for a great and easy to use product!! GO HERC!!
Great Fan of Herculiner! I own a 1963 International Scout pickup, that
I've completely covered with Herculiner for off-road purposes. It
turned out great and was the best thing I could have ever done for my
old truck! I did both the inside as well as the outside.
|My application of your product may
seem a bit unique. I am in the process of a ground-up
restoration and modification of an '89 Jeep Wrangler. I have
completely stripped the interior of this jeep down to the bare metal
and have applied your product to the interior sides and floors. I must
say, the result is nothing less of spectacular and your product went
on easily and with professional looking results. I am impressed!
Yours Truly, Jerry Kirk
This weekend I opted to
spray the Herculiner in and it came out great! I have a 2003 Jeep
Wrangler and spent Friday and Saturday taking the Jeep apart, sanding,
cleaning, masking and spraying the Jeep.
I think in total I spent
about 18 hours (including reassembly on Sunday) on this project . . .
The end result seems impressive and all the guys on the block seemed
very impressed by the outcome as well.
works great on my wood trailer! No more worries about a slick surface,
and now I don't have to worry about repainting or replacing old wood
Thanks, Herculiner! Loyd
|I have a 1972 steel bottom house
problem with steel bottoms is, if you beach them then you scrape the
paint off, and we all know what happens when you mix water and bare
metal. In the past, the only option was to have a local boat repair
shop fabricate and weld on a stainless beaching plate to the bow of
the ship, which costs a couple grand. I found Herculiner at AutoZone
and thought it would work. Installed Herculiner on the bow last season
when I took the boat out to inspect and repaint the bottom side. $100
dollars and I beach with peace of mind. Went diving at the end of the
season to look at the condition of the bow and it's still perfect!
THANKS HERCULINER! I am going to cover my entire inner hull of
my 1965 fiberglass run about this winter.
Sincerely, Rick Gullett
|I just wanted to let you know that I
used your fantastic product on the floor of a 2 horse trailer.
I had recently purchased an all aluminum trailer - and while it came
with very nice rubber mats on the floor, I wanted to protect the aluminum from organic waste produced by the horses when trailering. So
after sanding down the floor I used your product and went over all the
edges and seems with the brush and then painted the entire floor with
the roller. This stuff is amazing!!! It dried to a perfect protective
surface which I'm sure will last for years especially with the rubber
mats over top of it. Just wanted to say Thank-you for coming up with
such a great protective product and to let you know you might want to
advertise it for more than just truck bed use. Amazing stuff!
Sincerely, L.J. Guest
I just wanted to
let you know what an awesome product you have. My 15 year old son
spend 2 days prepping his 93 Toyota truck. One day painting on his
liner and it looks just as good as my husbands spray in liner by LineX
that cost over $350 more to have done. Your product was easy to use,
gave simple instructions and was everything I hoped for.
Thank you so much! Jennifer Goodell
Here's a new application for your product - In an
effort to build a perfect subwoofer enclosure for my Fosgate
HX2 DVC, I needed to find something other than the tacky looking
carpet that other people use. I braced the MDF enclosure but still had
much vibration. I bought a quart of your Herculiner and used every
drop on covering every outer wall of my new enclosure. It covered it
twice applied very heavily. The result has made me a happy camper.
Herculiner has increased the rigidity of the outer walls thereby
providing a richer, smoother more solid response from the speaker.
Thanks for a great product and by all means, please use this for a
testimonial as I've never read about anyone using Herculiner for this
application, but the car audio nuts out there need to try this - they
will NOT be disappointed!
Sincerely, Chris Chausse
|We have to complement on how happy we
are with HERCULINER. The product has done everything we had hoped it
was going to do. For starters, it has sound proofed our truck
amazingly. It has insulated our truck unbelievably, particularly right
above where the transmission is. It also is much more skid resistant
than just bare metal, which is nice in the muddy terrains we often run
in. It has also protected the metal from rusting which drastically
helps on our maintenance program. It also gives the truck bed a nice
finish look. Lastly, the unsurpassed durability seems to set you apart
from everybody else. Just as a side note also, everybody I show your
product on my truck thinks that HERCULINER is great; but the ones who
really voice their opinion on how great it seems to be are the ones
who have made the mistake of having Rhino liner.
|This past summer was the first time I
used the Herculiner product on my tractor. Half way through the season
my tires had been worn extrememly thin.
several of the pulls the tracks were so tough that chunks of rubber
had been torn away from the tires exposing the threads and traces of
the inner tube. At that point without new tires I would be unable to
compete at the remaining pulls. I could not accept my season being cut
short. I wanted to find an economical way to restore and save the
tires I had and finish the season. I decided to
experiement with the Herculiner product. I found that by applying
Herculiner using several specific steps, I could create a competitive
tire that had sharp edges and a surface like sand paper that could
better grip the track. I started by grinding the edges of the tread
and cleaning the surface with alcohol. I applyed one coat of the
product according ot the directions to the surface of the tread and
let it set for 24 hours. I then sharpened and cleaned the edge of the
bars and prepared the tire for the second coat. Instead of stirring
the product, I used the can of Herculiner after the can sat all night
and the chunks of rubber had settles to the bottom. For the second
coat, I applied only the liquid that was left at the top of the can.
This hardened the tread on the tires. The first pull after applying
Herculiner to my tires I walked away with 1st place in both of the
classes I competed in and my tires were still intact. Instead of being
forced out of competition by my bad worn out tires, I was able to
finish the season and receive the honor of 2003 Season Points Champion
thanks to Herculiner!
|I would like to tell you about what I
have done with your product. I bought a 96 Dodge truck about a year
and a half ago, which had a new set of very aggressive tires. I
started noticing small pits in the paint. Knowing this was coming from
rocks getting stuck in the tread and being thrown backward I wanted to
find some kind of protection. First I thought about diamond plating
the sides of the truck but after see a truck done like that I knew it
wasn’t the look for me.
I ran across your
company on the Internet and thought about applying it on the sides of
my truck. I had never seen a bed liner used the way I thought about
using it so I was a little apprehensive about this especially since
the truck was in great condition with a nearly perfect paint job.
Also, I didn’t know if your product would adhere enough to stand up to
these rocks being hurdled into it. So at that time I had sent
Herculiner an email asking how tough the product was. I promptly got a
return email basically saying that it was close to permanent or at
least extremely difficult to remove and very tough.
I considered all the pluses and minuses that I could
think of and the benefits seemed to outweigh the negatives. Living in
the Sierras it would be a great sealant against rust. Our roads are
salted often in the winter. With road construction everywhere in the
summer I could think of it as just another layer instead of having to
buy tar remover. The email from Herculiner told me that it would
protect against rocks. I figured any touch up would be easy. The only
negatives that concerned me is would it durable and long lasting and
what would it look like?
Well, I decided to take a chance and buy a gallon via your web site
last summer. The pics that I have enclosed show the results. I
intentionally wanted the look to be as bumpy and tar-like as I could
get it. In fact, I had found a roller that had small loops and I used
that roller instead of the supplied rollers.
I must say that I am very satisfied with the
results. I get a lot of positive comments about it and proudly boast