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post #166 of 13249 Old 11-13-2009, 10:48 AM
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Sorry if this has been asked already, what about adherence to fiberglas? specifically gelcoat and unfinished sides... thanks.

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post #167 of 13249 Old 11-13-2009, 08:49 PM
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Sorry if this has been asked already, what about adherence to fiberglas? specifically gelcoat and unfinished sides... thanks.
This is from their site., They fixed the bed of a truck with fiberglass before coating.
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This truck bed is likely the most extreme case of rotten junk you may ever come across. Used as a yard plow truck in winter, the wheel wells inside the bed were almost completely rotted from the side walls. The only reason we took on this project was to prove that anything is possible and to have some fun ... Enjoy!

Notes: Chassis Saver #934 Aluminum was used to prime all rusted areas. 3, 4, 5 coats until we lost count. Fiberglass cloth was saturated with #934 and allowed to get very tacky. Strips were laid into rotted areas over fresh coat of #934 and smoothed in using gloved bare hands and 4" drywall taping knife. Patches allowed to cure overnight. More coats of #934 applied. Prime coat of Monstaliner applied over patched areas and left 2 days. Entire bed and fiberglass patches sanded with 80 grit. 2 full coats of Monstaliner rolled. Duration: 6 hours working time over 6 days and a 6 pack or 2.
Well... as for mine, my dad and I gutted the whole interior, and sanded it all down. We even cleaned it once with M.E.K. That stuff is amazing, but evaporates fast. I will get some pics up after all is done.

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Sorry if this has been asked already, what about adherence to fiberglas? specifically gelcoat and unfinished sides... thanks.
Most paints including Monstaliner will adhere to fiberglass as long as some basic paint prep procedures are followed:

1) Clean surfaces well using MEK or a grease and wax remover
2) Scuff sand surfaces to remove gloss (It is best to sand always and even if there is no gloss)
3) Remove sanding dust and wipe clean with MEK or G&WR

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post #169 of 13249 Old 11-14-2009, 01:50 AM
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Magnetman, have you gotten to the part with a special for forum members, or a smaller volume kit for Jeeps?

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Ok.. here is a link to the begining of my writeup. It is very detailed and I started it last night. More progess tonight.
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/mo...ite-up-901675/

Edit: I have updated the guide. There is now pictures with the stuff rolled on, and even a surprise guest appearance material.

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post #171 of 13249 Old 11-15-2009, 11:00 AM
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This sounds like a great product. My project though would be to do the tub of my '05 TJ, as well as the inside of the hardtop. Though for the hardtop I would want something lighter in tint, like white. Reason for the inside of the hardtop: I'm thinking with the thickness that this stuff can be applied it would help two areas, more noise reduction, and more insulation for the frigid Canadian Winters.

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post #172 of 13249 Old 11-15-2009, 02:01 PM
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I am interested in this stuff. I do have two questions.

1) Since the kit now comes with two gallons and it barely takes one to do the inside of a Jeep, can you do 3 or 4 coats instead of just two in order to get a thicker finished product? I think this would help with noise and heat?

2) I am interested in seeing the difference between this being rolled on and being sprayed on. Again with the thickness.

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I wouldn't see any problem doing more coats...and I am going to be doing a spray on for my LJ that I am picking up this wednes so it will be nice to have two side by side for comparison.

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Ok... The job is done, and the interior is back in, I have all of the pics in my thread. I got really excited, so I started putting the interior in again better judgment. I didn't scratch anything though

Here is a pic of the finished work. I think it looks amazing.


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More photos in the thread, and on my photobucket.

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I am interested in this stuff. I do have two questions.

1) Since the kit now comes with two gallons and it barely takes one to do the inside of a Jeep, can you do 3 or 4 coats instead of just two in order to get a thicker finished product? I think this would help with noise and heat?
Yes, you could mix a single gallon and the pot life is long enough to get 3 coats

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2) I am interested in seeing the difference between this being rolled on and being sprayed on. Again with the thickness.
I'm working to set up and spray this week. I'll post some photo comparisons.

Monstaliner will need some reducer to spray correctly and I'll also post my recommendations after I spray.

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post #176 of 13249 Old 11-17-2009, 07:33 PM
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Awesome. I will be waiting. I won't be lining until winter break. I was also most definitely want a real thick coat. I'm talking possibly like 1/4 here.

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Opinion Question For All on Bedliners

What are the 5 main reasons anyone puts a bedliner in their jeep?
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My opinion in no particular order:

1. Protect from rust
2. Ease of cleaning
3. make the surface more durable against abrasion
4. Enhance the look (just looks nicer)
5. Adds value to the vehicle (couldn't think of anything better)

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1. rust protection
2. no more removing wet carpets
3. no moldy smell from carpets
4. its different
5. looks good

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1. rust protection
2. no more removing wet carpets
3. no moldy smell from carpets
4. its different
5. looks good
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