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post #1591 of 13214 Old 06-07-2010, 07:34 AM Thread Starter
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You can use acetone in place of MEK. The problem is that herc will fade unless you added their component to protect the color. So, if you put monsta on with herc, eventually they won't match because monstaliner won't fade. Luckrider or magnet man can correct me if I am wrong here, but I believe you can put monstaliner over top of herc.
NO...Monstaliner should not be put over Herculiner. The rubber particles will swell up from the solvent in the Monstaliner and all will come off together in a mess.

Use an aggressive wire cup wheel and/or paint stripper to remove the Herculiner first.

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Use one of these braided wire cup brushes, it will take it down to bare metal with little effort.


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I finished up mine this weekend, posted the results/commentary in LuckRider's thread:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/mo...ml#post9585444

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I finished up mine this weekend, posted the results/commentary in LuckRider's thread:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/mo...ml#post9585444

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Looks good. I'm wondering about how long this stuff takes to roll in and dry completely..? I'm just a po' college boy lookin to save his floor...
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Looks good. I'm wondering about how long this stuff takes to roll in and dry completely..? I'm just a po' college boy lookin to save his floor...
Prior to yesterday, I had the jeep totally prepped and all the materials laid out in the garage and ready to go. Entered the garage around 9:30am and was done around 5:30pm with only a 1.5hr break between coats. Weather (heat and humidity) will alter how fast the liner dries...so 1.)my between coats time was very short and 2.)mine will be ready reinstall seats, etc fairly rapidly due to this
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Prior to yesterday, I had the jeep totally prepped and all the materials laid out in the garage and ready to go. Entered the garage around 9:30am and was done around 5:30pm with only a 1.5hr break between coats. Weather (heat and humidity) will alter how fast the liner dries...so 1.)my between coats time was very short and 2.)mine will be ready reinstall seats, etc fairly rapidly due to this
That doesn't sound too bad at all. Guess I'll shoot magnetman an email later.
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Use one of these braided wire cup brushes, it will take it down to bare metal with little effort.

Ive tried that, just spreads it around and doesnt clean it all off. I picked up a new one, as well as a paint remover thing and Ill see if they work better. If those dont work, I will try some things others have recommended:
-Brake fluid
-Gas
-Paint stripper
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Fire???

That's one way to take care of the liner, but you may take care of the Jeep at the same time!

I sure wouldn't recommend it after you've tried brake fluid, gas, and paint stripper!

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I was getting ready to order Monstaliner but you just said that you shouldn't use it over Herculiner.

If this is true then you need to change the product info page which states:

"I have Herculiner in my bed. Can I coat over it with Monstaliner?

Yes. Gently wire brush the surface to remove any loose rubber particles and embedded dirt. Wash the bed thoroughly with a water base degreaser followed by trisodium phosphate in hot water. Use a stiff scrub brush with the TSP and flush the bed thoroughly with clean water and let dry completely overnight. You are now ready to install Monstaliner.
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I was getting ready to order Monstaliner but you just said that you shouldn't use it over Herculiner.

If this is true then you need to change the product info page which states:

"I have Herculiner in my bed. Can I coat over it with Monstaliner?

Yes. Gently wire brush the surface to remove any loose rubber particles and embedded dirt. Wash the bed thoroughly with a water base degreaser followed by trisodium phosphate in hot water. Use a stiff scrub brush with the TSP and flush the bed thoroughly with clean water and let dry completely overnight. You are now ready to install Monstaliner.
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I knew I read that somewhere!

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Fire???

That's one way to take care of the liner, but you may take care of the Jeep at the same time!

I sure wouldn't recommend it after you've tried brake fluid, gas, and paint stripper!

At some point, safety has to come first (I prefer it at the beginning, personally).
As a good friend likes to say, Safety Third!


Fire was used to make it soft and then a putty knife to scrape it off, but with all the nooks and crevices of a Cherokee floor, Im not sure how well that would work.

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I was getting ready to order Monstaliner but you just said that you shouldn't use it over Herculiner.

If this is true then you need to change the product info page which states:

"I have Herculiner in my bed. Can I coat over it with Monstaliner?

Yes. Gently wire brush the surface to remove any loose rubber particles and embedded dirt. Wash the bed thoroughly with a water base degreaser followed by trisodium phosphate in hot water. Use a stiff scrub brush with the TSP and flush the bed thoroughly with clean water and let dry completely overnight. You are now ready to install Monstaliner.
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This is something we just learned recently. Thanks for the heads up. This will be changed shortly.
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As a good friend likes to say, Safety Third!


Fire was used to make it soft and then a putty knife to scrape it off, but with all the nooks and crevices of a Cherokee floor, Im not sure how well that would work.
That's just a lot of work. What about a heat gun?
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Magnetman, How's tricks? placed my order Saturday, but no word if it has shipped out can you check? thanks

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Magnetman, How's tricks? placed my order Saturday, but no word if it has shipped out can you check? thanks

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Got your order, thanks. It's shipping tomorrow. We got swamped over the weekend.
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