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post #3001 of 13170 Old 04-10-2011, 09:32 PM
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PB3- Factory paint code for intense blue pearlcoat (Or VB3???)
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post #3002 of 13170 Old 04-10-2011, 09:48 PM Thread Starter
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from my experience with monsta, i would not want to do the liner indoors anyway, unless you have a separate garage with no ignition sources or great ventilation available.
Mike please allow me to correct and elaborate on this.

Regarding flammability: Monstaliner has a flash point over 100 Deg F which means it is no more dangerous to work with than an oil base
enamel in a regular paint can (something containing mineral spirits)
Monstaliner will not cause a flash fire. It will burn if you put a flame directly to the liquid but the solvent fumes will not flash from the air.

Odor is a different story. It smells a bit but not nearly as bad as automotive paint or most of the competitive DIY liners out there.

I strongly advise working inside a garage with the garage door wide open. This should be good enough ventilation.

Reason for this is that when working outside, sun and air movement will force Monstaliner to tack up faster which will make rolling more difficult.
Also you must not coat hot surfaces sitting in the sun. Working outside you also risk getting bugs and dirt blown into the wet coating.

The MEK used for wiping is highly flammable and should not be used in your garage. Do your scuffing and roll vehicle outside to
work with MEK then bring it back inside in 30 minutes or as soon as MEK has evaporated.

Also, never leave your MEK rags balled up in a corner. Hang them to dry outside.
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Mike please allow me to correct and elaborate on this.

Regarding flammability: Monstaliner has a flash point over 100 Deg F which means it is no more dangerous to work with than an oil base
enamel in a regular paint can (something containing mineral spirits)
Monstaliner will not cause a flash fire. It will burn if you put a flame directly to the liquid but the solvent fumes will not flash from the air.

Odor is a different story. It smells a bit but not nearly as bad as automotive paint or most of the competitive DIY liners out there.

I strongly advise working inside a garage with the garage door wide open. This should be good enough ventilation.

Reason for this is that when working outside, sun and air movement will force Monstaliner to tack up faster which will make rolling more difficult.
Also you must not coat hot surfaces sitting in the sun. Working outside you also risk getting bugs and dirt blown into the wet coating.

The MEK used for wiping is highly flammable and should not be used in your garage. Do your scuffing and roll vehicle outside to
work with MEK then bring it back inside in 30 minutes or as soon as MEK has evaporated.

Also, never leave your MEK rags balled up in a corner. Hang them to dry outside
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sorry, i should have been more specific. this is the part i was referring to with flammability. thanks for the clarification though.

my project is pretty unique as far as the condition of the tub being coated is concerned. i forget that 99.99% of the people are coating their tubs while still attached to the jeep, and are rolling it on instead of spraying.

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Pretty impressive but intimidating at the same time for someone new coming along and not knowing where to start reading.

Is there a way to create a table of contents to a thread with links to specific posts?
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Are you referring to Chassis Saver or Monstaliner?
Oops, I guess my question would be for both. I've got black and silver CS, so Idon't see uses it all up right away, plus a bunch of small projects for the liner, bumpers, suspension etc., so the liner wouldn't be used up at once either. May order a color later anyway, but wouldn't be til summer sometime.
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Oops, I guess my question would be for both. I've got black and silver CS, so Idon't see uses it all up right away, plus a bunch of small projects for the liner, bumpers, suspension etc., so the liner wouldn't be used up at once either. May order a color later anyway, but wouldn't be til summer sometime.
Michigan has a hotbed of Chassis Saver dealers (auto paint stores).
Just go find some S8 Reducer

Put your zip in here and make some calls to make sure they have it
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That helps, thanks.
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Monstaliner White

Is anyone following this thread
looking for Monstaliner in
WHITE?

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Hey magnetman, in anticipation of the kits getting here, one thing I realized would be nice would be to do the inside of the rear wheel wells (to protect the painted metal there from the tires and the rocks and such kicked up there. Would I need to do anything special to make that work? Should I thin and brush like in those picture sequence you just posted? Or just scuff paint and try to roll it on just like everywhere else?
If the surface is just painted metal inside the wells you want to make sure it's clean from grease, oil, road tar etc and then you need to scuff sand just like it was in the tub. (Degreaser, solvent wipe, scuff sand and solvent again)

Did you order from us shipping to U.K. or you waiting for a color?
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I am looking for white for my 1980 CJ5.
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I am looking for white for my 1980 CJ5.
Is the surface you will be coating white right now (old oem paint?)
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Yes it is the original white paint.
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Yes it is the original white paint.
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