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post #3091 of 13170 Old 04-17-2011, 09:22 PM
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Awesome, Thanks for the info. Will be nice to knock them both out at same time. Glad I have enough. Timing should work out great for the colored stuff for the Jeep-top will be off all summer so no worry about the fumes.

On the statement/directions above, looks very easy to read and understand. Good thinking making it fit on the lid-I rarely read the side labels, but always read the top as it takes a few seconds to open the lid anyway. Course, no matter how hard you try, you can never make it 100% idiot proof. That looks about as close as you can get though. Nice work.

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GenPowell, note, I stole that from Magnet when he tried to use it on me about 1 year ago and I totally missed the funnies there.

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GenPowell, note, I stole that from Magnet when he tried to use it on me about 1 year ago and I totally missed the funnies there.
Thats why I was giving you the link to UrbanDictionary... I saw you post about it earlier

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Trying to read through all this; maybe it's been answered and I've missed it. Can Monstaliner be used on factory flares/bumper caps (specifically the 97+ XJ plastic that oxidizes so badly)? I've got to do something about surface rust in the cargo area, and thought I'd bedline afterwards, and maybe the bumpers and flares as well if I can find something that works well on all three. I think CS + liner would be fine in the back and on the bumpers, but I'm really curious about how it would fare on the plastics.
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Trying to read through all this; maybe it's been answered and I've missed it. Can Monstaliner be used on factory flares/bumper caps (specifically the 97+ XJ plastic that oxidizes so badly)? I've got to do something about surface rust in the cargo area, and thought I'd bedline afterwards, and maybe the bumpers and flares as well if I can find something that works well on all three. I think CS + liner would be fine in the back and on the bumpers, but I'm really curious about how it would fare on the plastics.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong but it should be as easy as MEK and roll on the fender flares!

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NO!!!! DO NOT USE SOLVENT.

Magnet, you have the PDF, handle this

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Awesome, Thanks for the info. Will be nice to knock them both out at same time. Glad I have enough. Timing should work out great for the colored stuff for the Jeep-top will be off all summer so no worry about the fumes.

On the statement/directions above, looks very easy to read and understand. Good thinking making it fit on the lid-I rarely read the side labels, but always read the top as it takes a few seconds to open the lid anyway. Course, no matter how hard you try, you can never make it 100% idiot proof. That looks about as close as you can get though. Nice work.

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Wait till you see the diagrams going into the revised install guide
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Trying to read through all this; maybe it's been answered and I've missed it. Can Monstaliner be used on factory flares/bumper caps (specifically the 97+ XJ plastic that oxidizes so badly)? I've got to do something about surface rust in the cargo area, and thought I'd bedline afterwards, and maybe the bumpers and flares as well if I can find something that works well on all three. I think CS + liner would be fine in the back and on the bumpers, but I'm really curious about how it would fare on the plastics.
You can't wipe plastic flares with strong solvent. The plastic absorbs the solvent and takes weeks to escape causing the coating to peel.

Specific procedure for coating factory black plastic flares,
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http://www.monstaliner.com/documents...ng_Plastic.pdf
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Excellent, was looking all over the site for that. Will any adhesion promoter work, or is the Bulldog brand specifically better?
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Excellent, was looking all over the site for that. Will any adhesion promoter work, or is the Bulldog brand specifically better?
Well we know that works because we tested it not to say other brands won't work. Do you want to be a guinea pig?
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I just might. I have seen some of the Klean Strip products around here, but not Bulldog. I'd prefer rattlecan, and locally it's either Duplicolor, or whatever NAPA carries here- SEM maybe?
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I just might. I have seen some of the Klean Strip products around here, but not Bulldog. I'd prefer rattlecan, and locally it's either Duplicolor, or whatever NAPA carries here- SEM maybe?
Klean Strip is Bulldog made by WM Barr Co. and it does come is a spray can
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I was wondering, would one gallon work for the interior of a 2dr JK? or would you recommend 2 gallons?

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I was wondering, would one gallon work for the interior of a 2dr JK? or would you recommend 2 gallons?
Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong... I believe one gallon will do the interior of all 2-door Jeeps.

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Domovoi, 1 gallon and go to town

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