DIY Spray-in Truck Bed Liner
Since 1996, Scorpion has worked hard to establish our now well-known track record as the premiere supplier of easy to use, high-abuse Scorpion truck bed liners and protective coatings. In the past few years, an overwhelming number of satisfied customers have told us, “I love the liner material in my truck. Is there a way I can apply that kind of protection to things other than my truck? Do you offer a DIY liner spray kit?” Our customers spoke, and we listened.
Al’s Liner Professional Series DIY Products
Our line of DIY products is for you, our valued customers who like to get things done. We call it Al’s Liner. There are many stories about how Al’s came to be named, but the story we’re sticking with goes like this: the product was originally called Automotive Liner System or ALS, which our Scorpion team morphed into “Al’s” Liner. Enough about the name – let’s get to the DIY products.
Featured as Scorpion’s standout product in the pantheon of Al’s Liners is the Professional Series DIY Liner Kit. Designed to prevent rust and other damage, it can be used as a truck bed liner or a protective coating for anything under the sun. We have had hundreds of pictures sent to us from customers using our DIY spray bed liner to protect everything from truck beds to light posts and even rifle stocks. Coat virtually any surface using Al’s Liner kit, including wood, metals, and fiberglass.
Al’s DIY bedliner equips you to get the job done right, with a spray gun, application, prep tools, additives, accessories, and a line of DIY window tint. Al’s has also gone above and beyond our basic line of DIY products, now offering specialty coatings such as the HNR or Heat and Noise Reducer. This liner material combines high-grade latex paint with ceramic microspheres to repel heat and reduces noise and vibration. Al’s DIY products are easy to use and can be found at various retail outlets online and around the country.
Al’s Liners are industry standouts that prove themselves year after year as the top, heavy-duty, commercial-grade coating – packaged for the DIY user, so buy as much or as little as you need