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post #226 of 13210 Old 01-03-2010, 12:21 PM
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Well I just painted my jeep and I am interested in getting some of your product I would like to get it in the color of my hardtop let me know if your going to make a color like that thanks will be home from Afghanistan soon thank god, 2-87 Infantry Rocks

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post #227 of 13210 Old 01-04-2010, 03:17 PM
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Mine went in well- not trail tested yet, as I am undriveable.
Used one gallon of Monstaliner, gave me two good coats in the entire tub, as one was not adequate coverage.
The only thing that would help- as far as application is concerned- would be a 2" roller. From the top of the rear fenderwell to the top of the tub is a beotch with the 3" roller or the brush. Just sayin.

Good job on the application, looks really good! No matter what DIY I go with, I'll have to wait till spring cause it's way too blasted cold here!!! Even with some space heaters in my garage I can only get it up to 40F.
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post #228 of 13210 Old 01-04-2010, 03:25 PM
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I got lucky with a warm spell in November after HS football ended. I did mine at around 55*, and it worked well.

** I did find out that at the low night temperatures, and with the lid tightly sealed, I could use what was left in the first bucket (about 1.5 inches) on some touch-up spots. This stuff is pretty hard to check when it's wet, it's so damn shiny.

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post #229 of 13210 Old 01-04-2010, 04:21 PM
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lol, only after a 1 night, I added some M.E.K. to mostly rubbery stuff at the bottom, and used it to patch the bumper more than 1 month later. I accidentally bashed the seat on the bumper when putting it back in, and I just dropped some M.E.K. in the can to soften it up. I took the paint stick to the bumper and added some. After scraping the excess off with the stirrer, I used a crappy foam brush to add a little texture by dabbing the wet monstaliner. It is almost impossible to see, but it has a very differnent texture, and can be felt. I also happened to do the patch when it was about 30 degrees out.

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post #230 of 13210 Old 01-04-2010, 08:04 PM
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I'm about to coat my bone stock 2002 TJ in Orange County (still has stock carpet) I'll do a little more research so when we talk I can have some better questions

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post #231 of 13210 Old 01-04-2010, 09:50 PM
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Hey everyone, just spoke with Eric from monstaliner, he will be back on the forums shortly and will catch up on all the unanswered questions.
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post #232 of 13210 Old 01-22-2010, 11:48 AM
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Hey everyone, just spoke with Eric from monstaliner, he will be back on the forums shortly and will catch up on all the unanswered questions.
........still don't see him! Oh well, still too cold to put it on anyways.
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post #233 of 13210 Old 01-22-2010, 11:56 AM
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Yep....waiting because I need to figure out how I'm gonna do this..It's nice and wet here perfect for playing submarine

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post #234 of 13210 Old 01-22-2010, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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My disappearance

A quick note to all that have been following this thread and my sincere apologies for dropping the ball. My wife had a death in her family of someone very close and I have been out of town off and on for the past 2 months helping her deal with the related issues. I plan to be back here over this weekend to pick up where we left off and to address all questions and comments.

We are once again working on both smaller kit packaging and tintable product.

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post #235 of 13210 Old 01-22-2010, 04:45 PM
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Im interested in using this to do my JK tub and fenders it looks good my zip is 57701 whats the cost on getting it and shipped out here to me in just the black and are you running any specials for anything im military does that help

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post #236 of 13210 Old 01-22-2010, 04:49 PM
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Most definitely looking forward to seeing the possibilities. I might be doing a bed liner sometimes before summer or at summer.

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post #237 of 13210 Old 01-24-2010, 06:36 PM
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I am looking to line my tub next week. I was going to use Monstaliner, however their site does not mention anything regarding a smaller kit for Jeeps, and I don't recall seeing any information for Canadian Orders. Instead I'm going to try a product called Gator Guard II. Retails here in Canada for sub $100 CDN, which if you convert to US dollars, would be the sub $101 US

I really would rather use the Monstaliner, but the product is a little too new. That's not a big problem, but not for $100 + shipping + import duties.

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I am looking to line my tub next week. I was going to use Monstaliner, however their site does not mention anything regarding a smaller kit for Jeeps, and I don't recall seeing any information for Canadian Orders. Instead I'm going to try a product called Gator Guard II. Retails here in Canada for sub $100 CDN, which if you convert to US dollars, would be the sub $101 US

I really would rather use the Monstaliner, but the product is a little too new. That's not a big problem, but not for $100 + shipping + import duties.
I wouldn't say it is too new since the stuff has been in the works for about 5+ years from a company that has had govt. contracts for longer than my parents have been alive.

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post #240 of 13210 Old 01-24-2010, 07:53 PM
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I will be doing my LJ shortly in it
UCC, are you going to be spraying the stuff? I would love to see that. I still have that gallon, and if I find a shutz gun I want to try my hand at spraying it (I don't even want to attempt thinning it out enough to spray it with a regualr spray gun).

On a completly different note, I found out that oil based paint needs to be thinned to more mineral spirits than paint. It took longer try dry, but it actaully sprayed properly.

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