Bullet Liner's History:

Bullet Liner's High Caliber Protection:

Utilizing advanced chemistry and seasoned ingenuity, Bullet Liner technology has been developed and perfected over 30 years. Its rich history in protective coatings validates its commitment to producing the highest quality coating on the market today. Bullet Liner is not only tested in laboratory conditions, but utilizes the harshest outdoor conditions possible.

Behind  Bullet Liner stands Burtin Polymer Laboratories (BPL), one of the foremost authorities in research, development, and commercialization of polyurethane systems produced for commercial roofing, commercial and residential insulation, flotation, adhesives, packaging, spray elastomers and custom molding products.

Recently launched, its  Bullet Liner products are primarily used for pickup truck beds, tailgates, wheel wells and other similar vehicle protection applications.

Also, part of the impressive line of Burtin Polymer Labs products is Foametix ®Spray Foam Insulation, which is a series of light density, polyurethane spray-applied foam insulation systems designed for residential and commercial / industrial building applications.

BPL continues to develop some of the very few blast mitigation products tested and approved by the US Military and utilized by the United States government in the refurbishment of the Pentagon after the 9/11 attacks.  

All Burtin Polymer Labs formulas are proprietary where strict quality controls are implemented using only the finest chemical ingredients and the most sophisticated processing equipment in the industry at their 14-acre, state of the science facility in Cartersville, GA, with warehousing and service operations located across the U.S.  


Bullet Liner's High Caliber Protection: 

As a spray on liner it forms a sealed finish that is impervious to every type of extreme use and weather condition.  It has been tested on Race and Chase vehicles in the prestigious Baja 1000 and in sub-zero conditions throughout the wilderness of Alaska.  

Its permanent bond characteristics have the added benefit of fade resistance due to its superior UV protection which helps maintain its signature high gloss finish.    

When sprayed, Bullet Liner's high tensile strength material forms a perfect fit that contours to the shape of your truck bed.  This bond creates a barrier from moisture, rust and corrosion for the life of your vehicle.  It is resistant to most chemicals making it perfect for use in industrial applications. Bullet Liner also has excellent sound dampening qualities and comes in multiple colors.


Answers to the most commonly asked questions.

It's all pretty exciting, and we understand you may have many questions.  The friendly associates at TEAM Plus Bullet Liner are here to answer them all and more.  Please feel free to give us a call at (951) 304-2026

How long does the process take?

Details and quality are important us, and we are definitely not one to rush the process.  Most trucks start to finish, take approximately 4 hours to complete.  The more custom the job, the more time is required.  Our unique application process means the bed liner material dries and hardens quickly, (approx. 3-5 seconds).  That means your truck is dry when it leaves the store and can see “light duty” service almost immediately, however in the interest of “protecting what you love”, we recommend you refrain from “heavy use” for the first 24 hours.  

What happens if I damage the liner?  Is it repairable?

Although each situation is unique, Bullet Liner almost always repairable.  In fact, in many cases you would have a hard time recognizing where the damage was.  We aim to please. 

What does the warranty cover?

All of our Bullet Liners carry a Lifetime Warranty against blistering, cracking, chipping, peeling or lifting off of your bed ---we aren’t satisfied until you are.  

What other products can you spray with Bullet Liner?The list is endless.  Almost anything you might want a thick, tough, durable coating on can be considered.  TEAM Plus Bullet Liner operates in over 2,000 square feet of warehouse space, and our mega sized - state of the art spray booth means we are capable of spraying just about anything.  Bullet Liner adheres to concrete, foam, wood, fiberglass, steel and other products found in every day life.