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post #3676 of 13188 Old 06-06-2011, 11:13 PM
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Every order we have had through the web site will get mailed stickers.

This started as a pet project 6+ years ago. 2.5 yrs ago it got serious.
The plate is going in the dishwasher soon. Just gotta make the pink and the lime green
lime green hot dam im happy now lol


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post #3677 of 13188 Old 06-07-2011, 11:20 AM
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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.

Totally agree. Although I like the idea of working out in the sun, if I had it to do over again, I would use a garage. I even had a small setback from a light wind when it blew some Styrofoam peanuts onto my hardtop hatch door, lol. Luckily, I saw it and took care of it in time.

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post #3678 of 13188 Old 06-07-2011, 11:59 AM
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Are you really doing lime green? Because my cage is painted lime green and I'm going to paint like the tie rod and track bar and dif cover, those things, lime green too...I was going to spray paint them but...if there is lime green monsta coming, well, now I'm not sure if I want to hold off on spray painting them to wait for the monsta or what...

The way I see it, a Jeep is like sex-when it's good it's terrific, and when it's bad it's still pretty good!

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post #3679 of 13188 Old 06-07-2011, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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Are you really doing lime green? Because my cage is painted lime green and I'm going to paint like the tie rod and track bar and dif cover, those things, lime green too...I was going to spray paint them but...if there is lime green monsta coming, well, now I'm not sure if I want to hold off on spray painting them to wait for the monsta or what...
Yep, 2010 Camaro Lime Green
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Boy you so crazy with all your rad colors. Yeah I said rad.

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Yep, 2010 Camaro Lime Green
Ughhhhh the last thing I need is to spend more money but that is suuuuuch an amazing color! And with the spray guns, doing things that are round like a roll cage is going to be way easy. Well...as easy as painting round things is, I guess.

Man. I might not be able to resist this. How soon dya think it'll be out? I know you probably get that question a lot, sorry. "It'll be done, when it's done", I assume.
**** it looks awesome.

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post #3682 of 13188 Old 06-07-2011, 01:06 PM
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hello everyone, been seriously considering doing a Monstaliner, on the interior of my jeep.....what is the drying time in between coats that you suggest? thanks for any help magnet~Chris
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hello everyone, been seriously considering doing a Monstaliner, on the interior of my jeep.....what is the drying time in between coats that you suggest? thanks for any help magnet~Chris

For rolling:
Black is 3 - 5 hours between coats
Colors will be 2 - 4 hours

Times are less in higher heat/humidity conditions
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Will the promo last until all the colors come out? I sure hope so...

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For rolling:
Black is 3 - 5 hours between coats
Colors will be 2 - 4 hours

Times are less in higher heat/humidity conditions
thanks for the quick reponse, I noticed that it comes with one scuffing pad to prep the tub....is that enough to do the whole thing? and how many coats do you suggest for the inside of the tub of my jeep?
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Anyone done a burnt orange or white exterior yet?

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On the exterior, Magnetman you have any idea when you will get the chance to do the smooth rool out and post some pics?
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thanks for the quick reponse, I noticed that it comes with one scuffing pad to prep the tub....is that enough to do the whole thing? and how many coats do you suggest for the inside of the tub of my jeep?
2 coats always in a tub. If the scuff pad wears out before done just use 100 grit sandpaper
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On the exterior, Magnetman you have any idea when you will get the chance to do the smooth rool out and post some pics?
Sorry I did not forget about you. Will have some samples done this week.
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Anyone done a burnt orange or white exterior yet?
Colors were just released 2 days ago. Got to give it some time.
Have not sold any burnt orange yet

So far: ODG, desert sand, med quartz, white
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