We got the first coat done today on our K5 blazer today. This stuff beats Herculiner ten times over imho with how it lays down. The finish comes out very close to what we get when we do rhinoliner here at the shop for customers. I will have a full write up and pics of the whole process tomorrow. Below is a quick teaser of what one thin coat does. We used about a 1/2 of a gallon to cover the entire interior in the blazer.
Whoa....that looks way better than anything I've seen so far. I'm super excited Can't wait for the write up!!! I still can't believe thats one coat too....be sure to let us know how it holds up once you drive it around and all. I'm pretty much sold, just waiting on Eric to let me know about some OD liner
Yea I was really impressed with it, one coat covered a ton. On the herculiner I had to do about 3-4 coats to get what the same effect as two coats of the monstaliner. The finish of it looks awesome too and looks to be much easier to clean unlike herculiner which traps dirt particles. With the two gallons I should be able to easily finish the k5 interior, do the hardtop of the k5, do the full set of metalcloak fenders and rockers as well as the interior on my LJ (that I am picking up this week). I will keep everyone updated though.
they are also releasing tintable monstaliner soon as far as i know so that may be something to watch out for...
I spoke with Eric about getting some OD green and from this point about two more weeks and we should have tintable Monstaliner! Hey UltimateCC, hows the finished interior of the Blazer looking? The pics look awesome, hows the finish and texture? Any problems with it being slippery? I am pretty set on this product, and will probably have two floor mats up front anyway...but just curious. thanks
the interior looks awesome, i have to upload some more pics now that its all dry and then some with the interior back in it...the texture and finish are great, looks very professional and much easier to clean than the herculiner I had in my YJ...it doesn't have as much traction as herculiner did but its definitely not slippery...yea I can't wait for tintable either...I will be doing this next in the LJ I am picking up this coming week.
do you have any pics of exteriors with it applied, I am looking to see what colors you have available as well to. thanks
They haven't released the tintable version, YET. I think you should be able to paint over it if you want, but we ARE waiting for updates on tint colors. We may not hear about those until they are finalized, since I believe they are being made to work specifically with the chemical make up of the liner.