We have put together some of our most common FAQ (frequently asked questions) for our products and services here at Scorpion Coating Plus  below for you to view. These FAQ are periodically updated and you will find the most current answers below the questions. 

If you still have questions or concerns after browsing this FAQ knowledge base section please do not hesitate to contact us with any other questions that you may have and we will get back to you within 24 hours!

Scorpion Coatings

How long will you need my truck for a spray in bed liner?

Generally we will need your truck for 1 full  day.  The first full day the bed is cleaned, prepped and sprayed.  You can pick it up the following day after 9:00 a.m.  This is the minimum cure time needed.

What can you spray with Scorpion?

Anything!  No, seriously we can do any job that you wish. Color, texture, custom graphics. Shoot us an email, or give us a call to discuss your project.

What are my options for a bed liner?

We spray all bed liners “standard” with black unless otherwise discussed.  We have a few different additives for grip, texture, and hardness.  We can add a metal flake, color-match, Scorpion color or even different texture patterns depending on your needs. *Prices vary based on different additves.

How much will it cost to rock guard my truck?

 Our rock guard services starts at $8 a square foot + labor.  Square footage, vehicle condition, and paint options will play a factor in the price.

I have surface rust, will this stop it?

The short answer, No. Once rust is present, regardless of the severity it will always return.  When rust is present, we will grind it down to bare metal, apply a DTM primer prior to spraying the rock guard.  Due to rest being present, you will need to sign a waiver that acknowledges the rust.

Do you offer discounts for First Responders?

Yes!  We believe that a small discount is the least that we can provide on a spray in bed liner for the time and effort you all put forth to keep us safe! Contact us for more information, or mention your profession when booking your appointment.

What do I need to do prior to my appointment?

Please ensure that your bed is as clean as possible and free of debris.  If you have a tonneau cover 5th wheel, try to have it removed prior to your appointment or an additional labor charge may be applied.

Undercoatings & Rustproofing

Is Armour Seal an oil based undercoating?

No. Armour-Seal is a semi-permanent, high strength rubberized polymer blended undercoating.

Do I need to return every year?

Our Armour-Seal Undercoating can potentially be good for up to 5 years of protection from one application, the North Country weather can be brutal to a vehicle.  This is why we developed three different packages for undercoating.  You have the option to return every year or every three years for an inspection and touch-up if needed.

My frame is bad, will this help?

Yes.  While we can’t just use Armour-Seal if it is rusted. We first need to apply two coats of Black-Max (additional charge).  Then we apply the Armour-Seal.  Learn More about our Black-Max here.

How long will you need my vehicle for?

During the Spring/Summer months, we will need your vehicle for two days max.During the Winter months, we will need an additional day, as it needs to be cleaned with a certain solution that will remove all the road salt prior.


What if I had my vehicle undercoated prior to new pricing and packages

You will be able to purchase one of these new packages upon your 3 year return of your original spray.  You will not pay the price listed, but will be discounted in accordance to your vehicle if you choose to.

Do you warranty undercoating?

Unfortunately we cannot warranty undercoating, and or even the possibility of what may happen from the time we undercoat your vehicle to the time you return.  There are to many variables that may occur.  With our new packages, we are aiming to help you further the life of your vehicle as many people forget to clean out these crevices after every Winter.

What do I need to do prior to my appointment?

If possible, please make your vehicle is free from any large amounts of sand or mud.  Run it through a car wash if possible.  Failure to do so will result in additional charges, and additional time needed for to undercoat and rustproof your vehicle. 

Is Carwell T32 oil Based?

Yes Carwell T-32 and CP-90 are both oil based rustproofing products.

Do you have to reapply T-32 every year?

Yes. Just as we perform annual maintenance on our vehicle, and change the oil to maintain its effectiveness, Carwell’s T-32 rust inhibitor needs to be reapplied annually to maintain its effectiveness. When you bring your vehicle to us each year, you will receive a complete reapplication of our T-32 rust inhibitor as if your vehicle is being serviced for the first time. Annual service is not a “touch-up” or an inspection.

Will the T-32 harm electrical wiring and electrical sensors?

No. Carwell’s T-32 rust inhibitor is a petroleum-based chemical which is dialectic, and it actually insulates electrical wiring. We do avoid getting overspray on the electrical sensors during the application process.

Will T32 or CP90 remove existing rust?

No. It is not designed to remove existing corrosion. Carwell’s T-32 rust inhibitor is designed to penetrate to the good metal and set up a barrier to repel moisture and contaminants.

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