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Unread 02-13-2010, 12:46 AM   #346
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please check my Invoice# 0000001136 it shows my address as 1001 its should be 1002 s 10ths st. thanks Ric

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Unread 02-14-2010, 01:06 PM   #348
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Cherokee Rockers and Wheel Wells

Tomorrow we have a local forum member stopping by our Amityville location who wants to do his Cherokee rocker panels, wheel wells and perhaps some other exterior areas in Monstaliner.

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Unread 02-14-2010, 01:51 PM   #349
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Unread 02-15-2010, 06:12 PM   #350
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cant wait to see them
Here's some photos from today. The owner opted not to do wheel wells until weather gets warmer. Will post more tomorrow after fender flares get reinstalled. Coating was still wet when these were taken.

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Would like to see how the TJ flares turn out. I would guess spraying them with a shutz gun might give a more uniform texture and be a bit thinner mil build which may work better on plastic. I noticed from reading that you thinned with MEK to apply with a shutz gun. Can I assume you could also use acetone, reducer, or lacquer thinner?
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Would like to see how the TJ flares turn out. I would guess spraying them with a shutz gun might give a more uniform texture and be a bit thinner mil build which may work better on plastic. I noticed from reading that you thinned with MEK to apply with a shutz gun. Can I assume you could also use acetone, reducer, or lacquer thinner?
I will say one thing for M.E.K. It really is worth the extra couple dollars. The stuff is a little bit stronger, and it doesn't evaporate as quickly.
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Would like to see how the TJ flares turn out. I would guess spraying them with a shutz gun might give a more uniform texture and be a bit thinner mil build which may work better on plastic. I noticed from reading that you thinned with MEK to apply with a shutz gun. Can I assume you could also use acetone, reducer, or lacquer thinner?
We did not coat the flares yesterday. To coat that plastic you need to be careful and use an adhesion promoter. Also, never use solvent of any kind to wipe down plastic before painting. I have the process outlined if you are interested.

Yes spraying will give you a more uniform texture. Having rolled so much myself, I would roll them. Just need to prop them up and work in good light so you can see everything. Monsta has a very long pot life so what is really interesting to do is to come back an hour later after application and run the roller over it again to pick up the texture even more.

Monstaliner is a modified moisture cure urethane. Never use lacquer thinner with this type of coating. MEK is great because it cuts well and does not evaporate as fast as acetone. I would stick with MEK.
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MagnetMan, would this stuff work for helping adhesion? My dad used it to reattach the body kit that the original owner put on his truck. It seemed to help hold well. Our body shop guy recommended it.
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I do like what I've seen. I do prefer the texture of spraying on though. My only fear bout spraying my flares is thinning your product with MEK. It's pretty harsh stuff. MEK can soften paint, so wondering if it would melt plastic. Realizing you are only thinning with 8-10% MEK, so it would probably be fine. I understand the prep process for treating the flares, but was just curious about the MEK thing.
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MagnetMan, would this stuff work for helping adhesion? My dad used it to reattach the body kit that the original owner put on his truck. It seemed to help hold well. Our body shop guy recommended it.
That's the stuff but we like the non-aerosol Bulldog version in the red can. You need to clean the plastic first using "Sprayway" glass cleaner and then use the adhesion promoter followed by the bed liner.

Any solvent used on the plastic will leach into surface and later outgas causing adhesion failures.
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I do like what I've seen. I do prefer the texture of spraying on though. My only fear bout spraying my flares is thinning your product with MEK. It's pretty harsh stuff. MEK can soften paint, so wondering if it would melt plastic. Realizing you are only thinning with 8-10% MEK, so it would probably be fine. I understand the prep process for treating the flares, but was just curious about the MEK thing.
The MEK won't be an issue unless you soaked the flares in pure solvent for hours.

FYI: I just checked the Bulldog adhesion promoter MSDS. It has 20 to 30% MEK in it.
Since it's designed for plastics I would take this as further assurance that flares will not be affected.

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Monstaliner Colors

We've got a few photos up of colors under development. I don't have a release date yet but it will be soon. See link below.

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Quick question? I am going to use the Monstaliner on my Jeepster inside the tub and the bulkhead. I am having to get rid of oil and grease spots and several coats of paint. Is it ok to apply this straight to bare metal or should I use a primer or the Chassis saver?
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