How many square feet does your Spray Lining and Coatings bedliner cover, and how thick will it be when it dries?
This simple formula applies to any coating or paint; (all whom state otherwise are misrepresenting coverage): 1 gallon (of any liquid with no waste) = 1604 square ft. @ 1 mil (1/1000 inch). This translates to: 1 gal (of any coating) will cover 16 square feet @100 mils when first applied. You simply divide 1604 by how many mil thick you need, and get the square feet per gallon. For most of our products (which are usually 100% solids), that is the final figure. For other coatings, you need to multiply the square footage by the % solids to see how many square feet their product will cover. For instance… 16 square feet * .57 (Raptor % solids) = 9.1 square feet coverage per gallon.
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