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post #6091 of 13251 Old 10-22-2011, 07:01 PM
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xeylol takes off almost everything sticky in my experience.
I used xylol to remove a some adhesive spots on the floor of mine too. Not as much as he's got but time and patience is probably the key.

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Wonder if that's going to effect reception?


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post #6092 of 13251 Old 10-22-2011, 07:24 PM
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it shouldnt lol its just the battery cover lol.
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post #6093 of 13251 Old 10-22-2011, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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Crap, you covered up all that pretty welding

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xeylol takes off almost everything sticky in my experience.

I'm gonna just post a few pics in this thread, the rest are in my floor thread alot of them.

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post #6094 of 13251 Old 10-22-2011, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Don't really remember, I think it was just a general automotive adhesive, came in a spray can. Its pretty hard.
Are you game to figure out, maybe you can coat over it without removal?
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post #6095 of 13251 Old 10-22-2011, 08:55 PM
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Nope no experiment for me

After trying a bunch of chemicals I finally found one that removes most of it. There is still a little left, especially on the sidewalls where I cant let it soak but its not too bad.

Making progress...


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post #6096 of 13251 Old 10-22-2011, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Awesome, glad it wasn't that much trouble

What did you use to cut the stuff?

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Nope no experiment for me

After trying a bunch of chemicals I finally found one that removes most of it. There is still a little left, especially on the sidewalls where I cant let it soak but its not too bad.

Making progress...


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If Monstaliner was formulated to have the consistency of paint it would lose durability. First off because you could not build film thickness and you would need 8 coats to create a thicker barrier. Would get way expensive

Explain what you are thinking in more detail. I'm always looking for new ideas.
I put CS on my steel bumpers already. I plant to put the ML on next. The bumpers look good as they are and if the CS was UV protected, I would just leave them instead of having the textured/adobe look on them. I also plan to coat my flared portion of the fenders on my WJ and rockers, it would be nice to have the smooth look there if it were available. I'd keep the textured for inside the wheel wells and the body tub. Also the roof area inside the proximity of the luggage rack. Another idea for contemplation might be a true flat black. It would be cool to have that on either the whole hood or the raised center prtion. Flat to eliminate any glare. Would also be useful for some "tactical" applications...

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use gloss black chassis saver and wait a few weeks, it turns a nice flat black lol
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Whats a good psi to set for the shultz gun.. And does playin with the psi effect the texture as far as more or less texture?
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Whats a good psi to set for the shultz gun.. And does playin with the psi effect the texture as far as more or less texture?
the psi does effect the texture a little, but the nozzle on the guns adjustment really has a ton to do with it, also how you spray it. I was spraying around 60 psi the whole time.
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the psi does effect the texture a little, but the nozzle on the guns adjustment really has a ton to do with it, also how you spray it. I was spraying around 60 psi the whole time.
Cool, how did u decided how to adjust the nozzle.. Just start sprayin a little then adjust to ur preference?
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I started with it all the way in per magnets reccomendation, this is awesome setting, because it comes out nice and smoothe, when I moved to the second coat I played with the nozle coming out about a turn or a half turn and i got a little more texture that way. You'll know right away when you play with it, just spray something random like scrap, I sprayed my parts jeep
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Sweet.. Im excited to get started, im startin my exterior tomorrow so im lookin for all the tips i can get lol
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I was really nervous that I was gonna screw it up, but its realy easy, the first light coat (if you are spraying) really helps the product not to run when you go for the second coat etc, just dont over do it, and let it properly flash inbetween coats, you'll be really happy with the results, its hard to mess up.
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post #6105 of 13251 Old 10-24-2011, 07:57 AM
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I had used both the scuff pad and a palm sander. It seemed like the scuff pad took too long and the palm sander was way too quick. I ended up using the 3M sanding sponges and they worked perfectly IMO.
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