There are many different van lining options available, some of which have the benefit of being applied as a spray.
Speedliner is one of the leading brands in this market, but what makes it so effective and how does it stand out from its rivals?
Strength & durability
Perhaps the most important asset of this spray liner is its sturdiness and resilience, which is something that you might not assume is achievable with a spray-on liner solution.
As standard, it is already well-equipped to shrug off the wear and tear that comes with daily use to a greater degree than its competitors.
Furthermore, those who need an even greater level of strength and protection can choose an optional additive which includes Kevlar as part of the lining pulp. This famous bullet-proof material is a great addition which prevents ripping, abrasions and all sorts of other damage from occurring.
While physical impacts are an obvious way for spray liners to degrade over time, there are other elements at work which can compromise the integrity of the material, that you might not consider.
Sunlight is perhaps the most persistent and most often overlooked of these additional factors, but with Speedliner you can be sure that those harmful UV rays will be rebuffed. This not only helps to preserve the lining itself, but also stops the sun from damaging the surface to which it is applied.
It is important to take the types of damage that an LCV can suffer into account when you take ownership of a van, especially if you are thinking about selling it further down the line. Used values are strong at the moment, but only vehicles which are in a good condition can hope to achieve the best prices.
The amount of protection a spray liner will afford is dependent not just upon its constituent materials, but also its thickness.
With this product, you have a variety of options available, with a recommended application level of between 2.5 – 3 millimetres. However, you have the option of adding more if required, with the liner being rugged and adhesive enough to cope with greater thicknesses.
Another perk is the chemical-resistant nature of this product, which means that it will not corrode or degrade when it comes into contact with a number of different substances.