APPLICATION SPRAY GUN
- Our Gorilla Application Spray Gun is specifically-designed to apply our Gorilla Professional Bed Liner
- This option does require the use of an airline
Prepare Your Surfaces
- Start by making sure that your workspace is well-ventilated. Use appropriate protective gear, including gloves, glasses, a spray suit, and a mask.
- Clear any loose debris and dirt from your truck bed (or other surface).
- Using warm soapy water, wash your truck bed. Allow it to dry.
- Sand your truck bed with P80-P180 grit sandpaper to ensure a consistent, smooth surface and help the liner stick.
- Cover anything in the area that you don’t want to apply product to.
- De-grease your working surface, and let it dry thoroughly.
Activate the Gorilla Professional Truck Bed Liner
- Measure out the hardener in the provided cup.
- Pour the hardener into one of the four bottles of liner base.
- Carefully replace the cap on the liner base and tighten it.
- Shake the liner base bottle vigorously for two minutes.
- When the first bottle of bed liner is empty, repeat steps 1-4 to prepare the next bottle
Apply with the Gorilla Application Spray Gun
- Screw your bottle of prepared liner base into your applicator gun.
- Make sure that your applicator gun is connected to a reliable airline.
- Hold the gun about 18” from the truck bed. Depress the trigger, and spray the product in a sweeping motion onto the truck bed.
- Once you’ve applied an even first coat, allow the surface to dry for 30-60 minutes.
- Once 30-60 minutes have passed, repeat step 3 to apply the second coat.
- Allow the surface to cure for 24-48 hours before light use and 3-5 days before heavy use.
TIPS AND TRICKS FOR USING THE GORILLA SPRAY GUN
Work in a well-ventilated area.
Test spraying the product on a bit of cardboard before applying to your truck.
Try spraying at different PSIs to find the texture that you like. For a standard texture, use 60 PSI. For a coarser texture, try 45 PSI.
Start application at the top of your truck bed (toward the cab) and work toward the tailgate.
Apply the second coat from a further distance (25”) and increase to 65-70 PSI to get a more even finish.