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post #2281 of 13212 Old 11-12-2010, 12:32 AM
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Just wait until the colors come out. I know a bunch of us are holding out for them including me.
i only bought a gallon kit of black just to get my frame and underbody coated so i could get them back together b4 winter. i fully plan on getting od green to second coat the interior and get 2 good coats on the exterior of my yj. i have a buddy from this forum that is also a member of p4x4 he says it's a whole diff world over there. (in a whisper voice) they can swear over there.


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post #2282 of 13212 Old 11-12-2010, 08:34 AM
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What did those 2 quarts cost you?
I think about 50 bucks. But they will last me a long time and cover many projects.

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post #2283 of 13212 Old 11-12-2010, 02:13 PM
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Looking to line 2 YJ tubs at the same time & share expenses. What do you guys recommend? I'm thinking 1 kit and buy extra rollers, etc. locally. How much extra Monstaliner should we pick up?

Or do you think we should just buy 2 kits?
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Looking to line 2 YJ tubs at the same time & share expenses. What do you guys recommend? I'm thinking 1 kit and buy extra rollers, etc. locally. How much extra Monstaliner should we pick up?

Or do you think we should just buy 2 kits?
There is a post of how the Monstaliner comes out a little ways back using different rollers. The roller that comes with the kit works the best IMO. I'd stick with what works and not experiment or cut corners.

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post #2285 of 13212 Old 11-12-2010, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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Looking to line 2 YJ tubs at the same time & share expenses. What do you guys recommend? I'm thinking 1 kit and buy extra rollers, etc. locally. How much extra Monstaliner should we pick up?

Or do you think we should just buy 2 kits?
Do the math. Try a 2 gallon kit with some extra rollers and an extra roller handle.

2 x 1 gl kit = $268

1 x 2 gl kit + 3 rollers & extra handle = $251.86 (6 rollers total)
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post #2286 of 13212 Old 11-13-2010, 11:54 AM
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how long does it take to get the smell out? Mines been airing out since sunday.

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post #2287 of 13212 Old 11-13-2010, 01:21 PM
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mine spent about 2-3 weeks outside after coating it and after i brought it back inside i couldn't notice any smell unless i got right up close to the coating. it has been in my basement for about 2 weeks now and still hasn't accumulated any smell at all. maybe just leave it out in the elements for a couple weeks.

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how long does it take to get the smell out? Mines been airing out since sunday.
I had mine completely airing out for a month and then another month with doors off or windows open most of the time. You still smell the Monstaliner whenever you hop in. It's not as strong as the first day, but the scent is there.

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post #2289 of 13212 Old 11-13-2010, 03:48 PM
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I aired mine out for almost a week. And by airing it out, I mean I left everything pulled out of the way with zipties, no seats; just straight up pushed it outside for a good five days.

Even after I put the seats back in and let it air out for a few more days, it still had a smell for a few weeks. It's gone now, and I painted back this summer.
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Do the math. Try a 2 gallon kit with some extra rollers and an extra roller handle.

2 x 1 gl kit = $268

1 x 2 gl kit + 3 rollers & extra handle = $251.86 (6 rollers total)
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction, Guys! Placed my order... hopefully will have good weather for Thanksgiving!
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I aired mine out for almost a week. And by airing it out, I mean I left everything pulled out of the way with zipties, no seats; just straight up pushed it outside for a good five days.

Even after I put the seats back in and let it air out for a few more days, it still had a smell for a few weeks. It's gone now, and I painted back this summer.
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I had mine completely airing out for a month and then another month with doors off or windows open most of the time. You still smell the Monstaliner whenever you hop in. It's not as strong as the first day, but the scent is there.
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mine spent about 2-3 weeks outside after coating it and after i brought it back inside i couldn't notice any smell unless i got right up close to the coating. it has been in my basement for about 2 weeks now and still hasn't accumulated any smell at all. maybe just leave it out in the elements for a couple weeks.
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how long does it take to get the smell out? Mines been airing out since sunday.
The solvent in Monstaliner evaporates very slowly compared to typical solvents used in automotive paints and other paint type bedliners.
The main reason we chose to use this solvent is because its flash point is high meaning that the flammability is very low compared
to other solvents. This is a safety feature of the product and it is much less dangerous to use considering the fact that people are using it in garages.

This slow evaporation rate is the main reason why the odor tends to linger for a longer period of time.

I need some feedback from you guys.

1) How much time did you wait between coats?

2) If you can recall, What was the approximate temperature on the day you installed the coating?
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post #2292 of 13212 Old 11-13-2010, 09:54 PM
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as you know mine was sprayed on so i imagine my coats were slightly to moderately thinner than being rolled on. the air temp was about 65-70 very low humidity. i applied the coats about 3-4 hours apart, as soon as i could touch the coating and it didn't wanna stay attached to me as a permanent reminder of the color of the under side of my jeep. but like in my application it was completely open air, and completely exposed to all moving air.



i had it setting on block when it was painted but this is exactly where it was painted and how it was sitting. also if you remember magnet i did have to add alot of M.E.K. to the liner to get it to spray through my crappy coating gun, that could have had a huge impact on the speed of evaporation of the "factory" solvents originally in there. that's a good possibility why some of us have had faster "no smell" coatings than others. we added solvents for one reason or another in turn altering the end result slightly.

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1) How much time did you wait between coats?

I waited probably 45 minutes or so from the first coat to the second coat

2) If you can recall, What was the approximate temperature on the day you installed the coating?

HOT! It was roughly 89-90* outside with a relative humidity of about 75%

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1) How much time did you wait between coats?

1st and 2nd: 12 hours
2nd and 3rd: 6 hours

2) If you can recall, What was the approximate temperature on the day you installed the coating?

Approximately 75-80°
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post #2295 of 13212 Old 11-14-2010, 08:08 PM
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just ordered the 2 gallon kit to do my truck bed. i have a short bed pick up so if there is enough left over i will be doing the bed of the jeep.
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