Bed liners do for a truck what cargo liners and cargo trays do for bare floor plastics and upholstery in cars and SUVs. They keep muck from collecting on, rusting out, and otherwise damaging your truck bed. They also shield it from the bumps and scrapes caused by equipment and materials shifting during transport.
The commonest types are drop-in and spray-on. Drop-in bed liners are usually made of plastic, they simply drop in place in your truck bed, and they're removable. Spray-on bed liners, on the other hand, are typically made of an aliphatic or polyurethane base. You apply them with either with a spray gun or painted on with a brush. (Roll-on bed liners are similar -- they apply to your truck bed's surface with a paint roller, and the kit you need to get the job done is included.) Both protect your truck for the long term, as they're designed to be permanent.
Other kinds of bed liners come in several parts that lock together. Carpet bed liners, though, come one of two ways: either covering the bottom of the truck bed or covering the whole thing completely. They attach using hook and loop fastener, most of the time. Disposable and portable truck bed liners, on the other hand, are temporary. The former are for one-time use, while the latter lasts for a few hauls. There's also such a thing as a rubber bed mat, but it's different from a bed liner and doesn't replace it entirely, though it does serve as an additional layer of durable protection.
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