Spraying will likely use more material than rolling because of overspray
Do you agree?
Mike, make sure you scuff very well before 2nd coat of ODG
sadly i do not have much experience rolling monsta, i have almost become the monsta spraying guru i have sprayed so much of it. but i can see your point especially the way i sprayed my jeep (one piece at a time not attached to the jeep). like i said i would agree on the over spray point, you should see the plywood i used as a work table, that is one well protected piece of plywood.
i certainly will, i also will need to do a ton of masking i wouldn't have had to do if i had just done 2 coats in one day. weather and daylight were not cooperating the day i sprayed, the price we pay for beauty i guess.
Don't you thin the Monsta ~10% before spraying? Would that not balance out the material lost in overspray?
P.S I can't wait to see that Burnt Orange colour in action
, may have just changed my mind from red..
the batch of OD green i sprayed did not need thinned. the extra amount of color added made the liner thin enough, even after adding in the mad scientist thickening agent magnet man sent me.
magnet correct me if there has been changes made to the final batch, but i see no need to thin it at all (colors, black will still need thinned to spray).
another point of interest to those that have used the black liner, it seemed to me that the "pot" thickened faster than the black did yet took longer to reach a fully "cured" state. that was just one of my observations and should be taken into consideration when using the tintable liner.