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Clean as a whistle, neat as a pin and tough as nails. The Inyati Sprayed In Bedliner is one of the first things I do to a new truck. Note the factory look and detail that remains after the layer of urethane has been applied. Screws, drain holes and tie downs are intact and fully functional.
I admit it. I am a creature of habit. It is not that I don’t like to try new things because I do but I won’t change just for the sake of changing. I know what I like and I know what works for me so I tend to stick with those things that have proven over and over again to be reliable products. Here is a good example. Over the past 20 plus years I have owned pert near a dozen trucks and every time I get a new one there are a number of things I do almost immediately.
I put convex blind spot mirrors on the outside rears views. I switch out the OEM tires for high end all terrains models. I find a good spot and mount a dry chem fire extinguisher. I install a high performance air cleaner and last but not least, I schedule an appointment with the folks at Inyati for a sprayed-in bedliner. Inyati uses a thick polyurethane that is sprayed in hot and molds perfectly to the contours of the stock truck bed. The Inyati application is extremely neat and clean and I love the way it looks but first and foremost it is a functional product. Originally developed to preserve and extend the useful lives of underground mining equipment Inyati protects the bed from damage and rust. Drain holes and tie downs still work as intended and the skid resistant material makes the truck quieter.
It is amazing stuff and it can be used for other things too. Rocker panels, bed rails, flatbeds, trailers, toy haulers, etc. They will do custom projects but there is only one problem, Inyati is based in Arizona and operates out of three stores so if you want it you are going to have to come here. All I can tell you is that after having used it for so long on so many different vehicles, I think it would be well worth the road trip.
Great product, great people and a clean, heartburn free installation process that meets even my anal retentive obsessive compulsive expectations. It also comes with some sort of a warranty that they always tell me about but I never pay any attention to because I have never had to use it.
An added bonus for me is that Inyati also makes a great practical backdrop for promotional pictures. If you look back over the 160 or so articles on this site many of the product pictures are taken on the bed of one of my trucks. Sort of gives it an authentic, real world perspective I think. Don’t you agree?
Inyati Sprayed-In Bedliners “The Best Bedliner In The World” is their marketing slogan. Is it accurate? Yep. I do believe it is.
UPDATE – A year and a half later and my Inyati looks good as new. As you can tell from many of my product pictures the original finish has held up very well. In fact, I don’t think that it has faded at all which is proof that the optional UV stabilzer works.
Sorting through the fads and fashion of the outdoor equipment industry to identify and promote the very best wilderness gear for high end recreational users, backcountry professionals and government agencies.
Hardcore Outdoor is dedicated to those who can’t or won’t turn back.