I've seen pictures done that way, but haven't seen specific comments on functionality. I did talk to an employee at line-x and he told me he has done that before....he said what he does is he just sprays it very thin under the lip that holds the top on (I'm not familiar with how a hard top attaches). I've seen it also in areas where it is "sprayed thin" like he mentioned....and it is more like paint than bed-liner, must less textured than you would expect most of it to be...but it is still very hard and looks decent. I might talk to the person doing the work first and get their opinion....they ought to know the product well. Let us know and post pics!