UHMW Black Truck Bed Protector Plastic Liners are an economical UHMW. There are similarities to Blue Iron; however, Blue Iron is a premium product in nearly every aspect. Nevertheless, in less demanding applications with a tight budget, UHMW Black truck bed protector plastic liners may be a suitable product. Be sure to talk to a Super-Slide representative for advice on the best liner for your application and budget.
HMW Black is a recycled HMW. There are similarities to Blue Stripe in the release of the product, but there are also some pretty important differences. The color itself causes the liner to absorb more sunlight, which in turn allows for more expansion in the summer months. Even if the liner is installed properly, black liners will warp and buckle. A recycled HMW liner, due to the recycling and re-manufacturing, is more brittle than our 100% Virgin grade Blue Stripe, especially in colder temps. Nevertheless, in less demanding applications with a tight budget, UHMW Black may be a suitable product. Be sure to talk to a Super-Slide representative for advice on the best liner for your application and budget.
Our black truck bed protector plastic liners consist of reprocessed high molecular weight polyethylene. We design our plastic truck bed protectors to be a more affordable alternative to 100% pure unaltered plastic. Our team crafts our HMW black truck bed protector plastic liners with durability and reliability in mind. Plus, solid-colored material makes our truck bed protector plastic liners are more aesthetically pleasing and also provide UV protection directly to the plastic.
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