In this post, I am going to bring you accurate bakkie rubberising prices in South Africa and other necessary product information about bakkie rubberising you will be probably glad to know.
Without wasting much time, let’s begin!
What Is A Rubberising?
Rubberising (also known as Poly Urethane / Poly UreaBakkie and Polyurethane Linings) is an almost durable polyurethane coating sprayed onto a surface under high pressure to provide a protective barrier.
Polyurethane is sprayed directly onto the surface of your bakkie’s cargo bin, forming a permanent, water- and airtight barrier against rust and corrosion.
Polyurethane has been shown to outperform all plastic drop-in liners, rubber mats and other paint-like coatings.
Why Do People Use Rubberising For Bakkies?
Rubberising offers excellent protection against corrosion, abrasion and impact damage to your bakkie’s load bin.
Rubberizing your loading bin is a vital feature that helps preserve your loading bin from wear and tear due to the continual bumping, scraping, scratching, and general abuse that your bakkie’s loading bin is subjected to.
Polyurethane lining protects your vehicle’s loading bay from abrasion, rust and impact damage and also increases its resale value
Rubberising For Bakkie Prices In South Africa
Rubberizing Bakkie Prices will vary depending on the brand, model, and size of your car. The larger the car, the higher the price. Because the load bin of a single cab bakkie is larger than that of a double cab bakkie, a single cab bakkie will cost you more than a double cab bakkie.
Depending on your needs, you can have the rubberising done in 3mm or 5mm thickness. When carrying really large loads on the rear of the bakkie, 5mm rubberizing is usually sufficient. The cost of rubberizing a Bakkie varies depending on the thickness of the Polyurethane spray used.
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