Applying RAPTOR Protective Coatings

Applying RAPTOR Protective Coatings

Join Jason Stahl as he explores these products with experts Kevin Lewis and Mark Thomas.

In this video, Jason Stahl discusses U-POL’s RAPTOR product line with Kevin Lewis and Mark Thomas. This detailed exploration covers the complete range of RAPTOR coatings, from their popular 2K bedliner systems to new packaging innovations designed to make life easier for automotive professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike.

Kevin Lewis gives us a comprehensive overview of RAPTOR’s range, highlighting its durability and flexibility. He explains how RAPTOR can be used as a truck bedliner or an exterior protective coating, available in both black and tintable formulas. He also unveils new packaging changes that make it easier to use and store RAPTOR, whether you’re applying large volumes or just doing small touch-ups.

Mark Thomas demonstrates the various application methods for RAPTOR, including using brush, roller, or spray techniques. He discusses the new quart bottles with built-in threading for attaching an application gun and shows how RAPTOR’s 3:1 mix ratio allows for efficient spraying. You’ll also learn about different spray guns, such as the standard RAPTOR application gun and the Professional Vari-Nozzle gun, and how to achieve different textures based on pressure, nozzle adjustments, and spray distance.

As part of the demonstration, Jason, Kevin, and Mark showcase some practical applications of RAPTOR, illustrating its effectiveness as a bedliner and its use as a texture replacement on various truck parts. They also discuss tools like TPMS scanners and HVLP spray guns, offering tips for achieving the desired texture and finish.

If you’re interested in durable coatings for automotive applications, you won’t want to miss this in-depth look at U-POL’s RAPTOR product line. To learn more, be sure to check out the RAPTOR website at,

This video is sponsored by U-POL

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