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Unread 06-09-2011, 04:27 PM   #3736
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Within 2 weeks or so

Are you wanting to do tub in LG + exterior?
thanks for the quick response! And yes I will be coating all of the exterior(minus the rockers) PLUS the tub in lime green. How many gallons would it take to do the body and tub to you think? And how many quarts or gallons would it take to coat the rockers in Black? Thanks!!

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Unread 06-09-2011, 05:31 PM   #3737
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thanks for the quick response! And yes I will be coating all of the exterior(minus the rockers) PLUS the tub in lime green. How many gallons would it take to do the body and tub to you think? And how many quarts or gallons would it take to coat the rockers in Black? Thanks!!
Most likely 3 gallons Lime Green + 1 quart black for rockers

Tell me: What color is the exterior of vehicle now and what condition is the paint?
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Unread 06-09-2011, 05:57 PM   #3738
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Most likely 3 gallons Lime Green + 1 quart black for rockers

Tell me: What color is the exterior of vehicle now and what condition is the paint?
when i sprayed mine it took a full gallon for 2 proper coats on the interior (i also sprayed my hinges and other small hardware). the exterior in it's entirety took a full gallon for a single coat. i have yet to find time for the second coat, and i imagine it will take exactly the same amount unless my jeep has grown, this i doubt.
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Unread 06-09-2011, 06:43 PM   #3739
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when i sprayed mine it took a full gallon for 2 proper coats on the interior (i also sprayed my hinges and other small hardware). the exterior in it's entirety took a full gallon for a single coat. i have yet to find time for the second coat, and i imagine it will take exactly the same amount unless my jeep has grown, this i doubt.
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
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Unread 06-09-2011, 07:36 PM   #3740
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Spraying will likely use more material than rolling because of overspray
Do you agree?
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..
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Unread 06-09-2011, 08:14 PM   #3741
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Most likely 3 gallons Lime Green + 1 quart black for rockers

Tell me: What color is the exterior of vehicle now and what condition is the paint?
The Jeep is now Flame Red and is pretty good shape besides the roof and the rockers. It also has letters sun damaged on the doors and some panels from being a former township vehicle...I'm having a really really hard time deciding between the lime green and the burnt orange now...has anybody bought the burnt orange yet?
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Unread 06-09-2011, 08:18 PM   #3742
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The Jeep is now Flame Red and is pretty good shape besides the roof and the rockers. It also has letters sun damaged on the doors and some panels from being a former township vehicle...I'm having a really really hard time deciding between the lime green and the burnt orange now...has anybody bought the burnt orange yet?
No burnt orange sales yet

I recommend you prime that rig over the red with a light gray or white primer first
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Unread 06-09-2011, 08:34 PM   #3743
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No burnt orange sales yet

I recommend you prime that rig over the red with a light gray or white primer first
I'm seriously considering that burnt orange! I'm going to do some more homework and place an order within the next week or so. I think I'm gonna wait to see how the lime green turns out before I decide what I'm gonna do,but I'm def buying one of these awesome colors! Thanks again
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I have to give you a call tomorrow. Gonna be around somewhere from like 10-2ish? Not sure if that is when I will call.... just when I hope to be able to
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I have to give you a call tomorrow. Gonna be around somewhere from like 10-2ish? Not sure if that is when I will call.... just when I hope to be able to
I will be available all day, just call my cell
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Last kit available for 20% off and free shipping

Anyone? Split it with a friend and I'll send you some extra rollers no charge
Each person would be saving $38 off a 1 gal kit


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4 Kits Sold, 4 Paid for

Last kit left and going soon hopefully, any takers

5 x 2 Gallon Black Monstaliner Kits I need to move for a distributor of ours who can't sell them.
He sells only 1 gallon kits. They are located right now in Michigan

Anyone interested at 20% off the $239 price with free shipping?
This is a great deal with net cost to buyer @ $191.20

Buy 1 or buy all

My customer will UPS direct to you and we'll provide a 1 time use coupon code for you to pay us through the Monstaliner web site

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Unread 06-09-2011, 11:18 PM   #3747
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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.

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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.
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Unread 06-09-2011, 11:24 PM   #3748
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here's a vid i posted as i was testing the liner for magnet man. as i say in the begining, first coat un-thinned. it goes on pretty nice as you can see.

the hood was sandblasted and washed with soap and water prior to the vid being taken.

for some reason when you clicky it takes you to my photobucket, whatever the link still works.
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Unread 06-09-2011, 11:40 PM   #3749
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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.
The thickener i sent you if mixed in and left overnight gets MUCH thicker than you saw happen when mixing to spray immediately

It will need a small amount of reducer now and I'll have more details on Monday. I'm deep into a revised installation guide to be finished over the weekend.

The pot life and recoat time for rolling is a bit different with the tintable + monstashades. This info will be included in the revised document.

The faster thickening that you saw was NOT a function of the catalyst but of the thickener.
If you re-power mix or shake the container vigorously it thins down. That's mad scientist magic
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Unread 06-10-2011, 12:04 AM   #3750
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here's a vid i posted as i was testing the liner for magnet man. as i say in the begining, first coat un-thinned. it goes on pretty nice as you can see.

the hood was sandblasted and washed with soap and water prior to the vid being taken.

for some reason when you clicky it takes you to my photobucket, whatever the link still works.
wow, that video is very helpful, thanks so much for contributing. Nice to see some first hand spray application!
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