You can choose all kinds of Ford bed liners. The best spray on bed liner may be the answer, but it may not be the best choice. For really rough hauling it's hard to beat a plastic liner. These liners are tough, but still are less expensive than professional spray on liners.
Why are they tough?
It's because the plastic is almost impossible to damage. You can haul any old cargo, like concrete blocks for example, with no problems. Try hauling rough cargo with an expensive spray on liner. See spray on liners are repairable, but that doesn't mean they can't be damaged.
Plastic liners are less expensive too.
But you get a tough liner to protect your truck bed and at a reasonable price.
Even if you do wear and damage a plastic liner, it's easy to replace and the replacement cost is low. You could buy a couple of plastic bed liners for Ford trucks for the cost of one spray lining.
Chances are though, you'll never need to replace the first one.
There are a couple of problems with these whether you need a F150 bed liner or have another model. Water can collect under the liner and cause corrosion. Make sure the liner is designed to prevent water build up.
Also make sure the liner is a good fit. Otherwise wind can get under the liner and the movement of the liner can wear away the paint from the bed.
Rmember that if you try hard enough you can dent a truck bed no matter what kind of liner you have. Dents are bad and are to be avoided. You almos can't repair dents!
There is a plastic bed liner that solves most of these problems.
It's the Dual Liner.
This product is built in separate pieces to cover the bottom of the bed with a rubber mat. Then the tailgate and the sides and front are covered with plastic panels. All the pieces then snap together. That solves the common problems with plastic bed liners. These are liners that will really look great and protect a truck under most circumstances...