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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What are your hours?

A. We are open M-F from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM and on Saturday by Appointment Only.

Q. Do I need an appointment?

A. Yes, we usually schedule, appointments 2-3 days to 2-3 weeks in advance; however, we do have cancellations and we may be able to fit you sooner.

Q. How long does it take to install a Rhino Lining?

A. Actual time is about 6 hours. We will be able to give you a more exact time when you drop off.

Q. Can I drop off my truck earlier than 7:30 AM?

A. Yes, we have a mail and key drop opening located by our front door.

Q. Can I drop off my truck the day before?

A. Yes, if you arrive before 5:30 PM the day before we will keep your truck inside overnight. If you arrive after 5:30 PM park it in our lighted parking lot and insert your keys into the key drop located in our front door.

Q. Can I drop off my truck and wait for it?

A. Yes, however, we do not recommend it.  You should be prepared to wait about 6 hours. There are restaurants and shopping near by that you can walk to during this time.

Q. What type of payment do you accept?

A. We accept Checks, Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover Card.

Q. What colors are available?

A. We encourage black.  However, we can spray almost any color you choose. We can even get the paint code from your vehicle for an exact match.  Colors cost extra.

Q. What type of warranty do you provide?

A. As an Authorized Rhino Linings Dealer we provide you with a limited lifetime warranty which includes material and labor costs against peeling, chipping or cracking for as long as you own the truck. Damage caused by abuse or by an accident are not covered.

Q. Is my Rhino Linings Warranty Good Anywhere in the US?

A. Yes, Rhino Linings USA, Inc. has authorized dealers throughout the USA. You can take your truck to any of them provided you show them your receipt of purchase.

Q. How thick do you spray on the Rhino Lining?

A. Rhino Linings TUFF Grip® is sprayed up to 1/4" thick on the floor and 1/8" thick on the front wall, sides and over the rails.

Q. How long does it take for the Rhino Lining to cure?

A. Your Rhino Lining is cured to touch and light use when you pick it up. We suggest that you wait 24 hours before washing and 72 hours before placing anything over 50 lbs in the bed of your truck. After 72 hours there are no restrictions.

Q. Will extreme weather conditions affect my Rhino Liner?

A. No, your Rhino Liner will withstand temperatures up to 240 degrees down to 50 degrees below Zero. It will not warp or crack. It does not heat up even when exposed to direct sunlight.

Q. Will fertilizer or chemicals affect my Rhino Liner?

A. No, Rhino Linings TUFF Grip resists fuels, fertilizers, and most corrosive chemicals.

Q. How do I keep my Rhino Liner clean?

A. Wash it as you would the rest of your vehicle, or just hose it out with water. You may pressure wash or pretreat with a detergent and a brush for heavy soil. Do not use silicon-based products on your lining, as they will reduce its skid resistance. Periodically applying our Rhino Shine Ultra after cleaning will keep the lining in top condition.

Q. How much weight is added to my truck?

A. Your Rhino Lining will add between 45 and 65 lbs to the weight of your truck depending on the size of your truck bed.

Q. Will a Rhino Liner reduce cargo slippage, vibrations and noise?

A. Yes, Rhino Linings textured, rubber-like surface will keep your cargo in place, reduce vibrations and noise and provide a more sure-footed surface.

Q. In the event of damage is Rhino Liner easily repairable?

A. Yes, there are a number of ways to repair a Rhino Liner depending on the severity of the damage but in all cases it can be brought back to it's original condition.

Q. Do I get my Rhino Liner before or after my 5th wheel hitch?

A. Get the Rhino Liner first. You can easily drill through the liner and mount your 5th wheel or goose neck hitch. It is a much cleaner install that way. The liner will seal the bolt holes to prevent rusting.

Q. Why do you recommend spraying over the rails even if I am planning to install a tonneau cover or a cap to cover the bed of my truck?

A. Tonneau covers rest on a aluminum or steel frame that is cushioned by less than 1/4" of foam tape that sits on the top rails of your truck. In a very short time, the weight of the tonneau cover compresses the foam tape down to nothing and the vibrations of the tonneau cover frame begins to scratch the painted surface of your rails. Moisture will get underneath and begin to rust the top surface of your rails. The same thing holds true for caps. By protecting the top of your rails by having your Rhino Lining sprayed over the top of the rails before installing your tonneau cover or cap you can prevent any rust or damage to your rails and provide a better moisture barrier seal in the process.

Q. What makes a Rhino Liner better than any other sprayed liner?

A. Rhino Linings is the #1 sprayed-on truck bed liner in the world. It can withstand extreme weather conditions from 240 degrees down to 50 degrees below zero. It will not crack or peel. It expands to 3 times its size giving it flexibility that can withstand high impact and gives it excellent abrasive resistance. Proper preparation is a key element and Rhino Linings Unlimited has over 15 years of experience which guarantees you a professional installation and a lifetime warranty.