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post #3661 of 13284 Old 06-06-2011, 02:15 AM
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post #3662 of 13284 Old 06-06-2011, 08:53 AM
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More love for the Monsta! I got my Genright flares and corner armor installed. I know earlier in this thread I was asking about methods for getting a smoother finish, but I've now fully embraced the texture.




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I've been avoiding this question for the moment

Here's the problem: 1 gallon tintable needs 8 ounces of color which we have packed in a nice little 8 ounce paint can.

1 quart of tintable needs 2 oz of color and they don't make a can that small. There will be a solution but I was not rushing to come up with it. Part filled cans are a nightmare because they need to be filled by weight

How soon you want this???
maybe for the time being you could offer 4 of the 4oz catalyst packets with gallon kits by request. then all you have to do is mix the color, take 30oz (?) of that mixture, and mix it with the 4oz packet of catalyst. this is no less expensive but your not pressed to use all the gallon at once, also if your like me there is always something that can use a coat of monstaliner. i actually had a dream lastnight that i coated the entirety of the interior of my house in colored monsta.

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i actually had a dream lastnight that i coated the entirety of the interior of my house in colored monsta.
I think you and Eric are hitting that bottle again

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Ok so post #3242, page 217 of this thread, was the exterior sprayed, or rolled on this Jeep?



I think I may like that texture on my exterior, would not want much rougher I do not believe

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Ok so post #3242, page 217 of this thread, was the exterior sprayed, or rolled on this Jeep?



I think I may like that texture on my exterior, would not want much rougher I do not believe
I know who that is, rolled for sure

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I know who that is, rolled for sure
I wonder if I put wet sheets down and a canopy/tent top overhead If I would be asking for disaster If I rolled the exterior out in the yard? ( I do not have a garage) Has anyone done this outdoors?

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i have done all my work outside. however i have sprayed everything except the first coat i applied to the interior last year, so i do not have alot of rolling experience with monsta.

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I rolled mine outdoors (exterior)... although I have to say that mine didn't turn out quite as well as the pics above and I think it had to do with the glare I had off the hood as well as the technique. The sides have a great uniform texture because there was no glare and I started to perfect the technique of getting a uniform texture (hood was done first). The hood looks awesome in places, but there is a texture transition that is kind of noticeable and it's because I couldn't see that well given the sun's reflection off the wet hood. (Yes, magnetman warned us about doing it in direct sunlight... LOL)

Knowing all of this, instead of just focusing on coverage like I did with the hood, I would have gone back and made some nice clean passes with the roller one last time, like I did with the sides/doors, and I think the hood would have been perfect too...

And don't forget the drips! I saved many a drip by going back around and catching them in time. I have one on my rollbar that I didn't see and it's nasty once it is hardened... ;-)

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I rolled mine outdoors (exterior)... although I have to say that mine didn't turn out quite as well as the pics above and I think it had to do with the glare I had off the hood as well as the technique. The sides have a great uniform texture because there was no glare and I started to perfect the technique of getting a uniform texture (hood was done first). The hood looks awesome in places, but there is a texture transition that is kind of noticeable and it's because I couldn't see that well given the sun's reflection off the wet hood. (Yes, magnetman warned us about doing it in direct sunlight... LOL)

Knowing all of this, instead of just focusing on coverage like I did with the hood, I would have gone back and made some nice clean passes with the roller one last time, like I did with the sides/doors, and I think the hood would have been perfect too...

And don't forget the drips! I saved many a drip by going back around and catching them in time. I have one on my rollbar that I didn't see and it's nasty once it is hardened... ;-)

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EXCELLENT points you made.

The greatest issue with doing any install outdoors is that air movement and heat from the sun will make
the coating set up faster which is detrimental to being able to take your time and look over all surfaces
carefully and make some more clean passes with the roller to even out the texture.

If you at least had a canopy or carport above it would help greatly.

Having good light to reflect off surfaces helps greatly to see spots that need another roller pass.
A cheap clamp on aluminum reflector light or a big flashlight would also help.

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I wonder if I put wet sheets down and a canopy/tent top overhead If I would be asking for disaster If I rolled the exterior out in the yard? ( I do not have a garage) Has anyone done this outdoors?
Just pick your day wisely. Have the prep done ahead of time.
Roll first coat early in the AM before sun is high and hot.
Do it before summer really kicks in

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Not OD Green?

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