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post #6841 of 13179 Old 02-18-2012, 09:30 PM
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post #6842 of 13179 Old 02-19-2012, 12:45 PM
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Hey guys, I just completed Monstaliner in my CJ tub last night and Thought I'd post some pics. This is an INCREDIBLE product!!!!!! You can see the whole process in my build thread. I started with priming with Silver Aluminum Chassis Saver and then followed up with a second coat of Black Chassis Saver. BTW, the Chassis Saver sprays beautifully in an HVLP gun with the S8 reducer. After the chassis saver was tack free, I applied the Monstaliner. It's so easy to do and once applied, you would swear it was spray applied. It does not leave roller marks behind, it spreads evenly, It's not splotchy, It's just beautiful.

Thanks Eric for the awesome customer service and for what I feel is the most user friendly "Breakthrough" product of the decade.

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I'm thinking about jumping on the Monstaliner bandwagon. I just posted this thread about coating my new JCR front bumper and soon to get JCR sliders.

There was a post with pictures in this thread where someone thinned the ML with MEK to get a smoother texture. That is the look I am after. With a smoother texture, will Monstaliner provide sufficient grip on the JCR sliders to allow my wife and daughter to use them as a step to get in the Jeep?

Can the gallon can and activator be split in half to save some for a later date?
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I'm thinking about jumping on the Monstaliner bandwagon. I just posted this thread about coating my new JCR front bumper and soon to get JCR sliders.

There was a post with pictures in this thread where someone thinned the ML with MEK to get a smoother texture. That is the look I am after. With a smoother texture, will Monstaliner provide sufficient grip on the JCR sliders to allow my wife and daughter to use them as a step to get in the Jeep?

Can the gallon can and activator be split in half to save some for a later date?
I'm sure Eric will correct me if I am misguiding you in any way when he checks in, but it would be my opinion that you can use half a gallon at a time. I would recommend buying an empty 1 gallon paint can from Home Depot with a lid, pouring half of the gallon into it and maybe solvent float about two cap fulls of MEK solvent on the top so it doesn't skin over. Don't mix in the solvent, just let it float, and seal the lid immediately so as not to introduce too much moisture. Split the can of catalyst in half as well, no solvent needed for the catalyst. I would also use the second half gallon within about six months to be safe.

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I'm thinking about jumping on the Monstaliner bandwagon. I just posted this thread about coating my new JCR front bumper and soon to get JCR sliders.

There was a post with pictures in this thread where someone thinned the ML with MEK to get a smoother texture. That is the look I am after. With a smoother texture, will Monstaliner provide sufficient grip on the JCR sliders to allow my wife and daughter to use them as a step to get in the Jeep?

Can the gallon can and activator be split in half to save some for a later date?
The job you're referring to was an 82 CJ7 from viencient. He thinned slightly with xylene to roll it. For a smaller job like you are doing I'm not sure I would thin the material. It's a lot more critical over large broad surfaces like a hood.

If you simply roll gently and don't re-roll to pick up the texture as the coating gets tacky you get it to be smoother. What did you think of the photos I posted in your thread. Here they are again.

Yes the gallon can be split to save 1/2 for another time. I have to find the directions I posted here a while ago
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I'm sure Eric will correct me if I am misguiding you in any way when he checks in, but it would be my opinion that you can use half a gallon at a time. I would recommend buying an empty 1 gallon paint can from Home Depot with a lid, pouring half of the gallon into it and maybe solvent float about two cap fulls of MEK solvent on the top so it doesn't skin over. Don't mix in the solvent, just let it float, and seal the lid immediately so as not to introduce too much moisture. Split the can of catalyst in half as well, no solvent needed for the catalyst. I would also use the second half gallon within about six months to be safe.
Do you want a job?
That's pretty much what I wrote

Edit: Just to explain further to anyone who cares, there's no risk of spoiling Monstaliner catalyst. The system is a reverse 2 component urethane with the moisture sensitive components in the gallon rather than the catalyst.
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Do you want a job?
That's pretty much what I wrote

Edit: Just to explain further to anyone who cares, there's no risk of spoiling Monstaliner catalyst. The system is a reverse 2 component urethane with the moisture sensitive components in the gallon rather than the catalyst.
LMFAO, not if I have to move to Alabama. Come on down here to Sunny Florida and sign me up! Maybe I can be your South East Florida Regional Rep. lol

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just placed my order. free shipping and free chassis saver too! dang! by the time it gets here maybe i will have my floor pans installed.

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Last I heard she is doing her hood I believe with lettering under the ML to create a raised letter effect. Should be very cool if that is still the plan
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just placed my order. free shipping and free chassis saver too! dang! by the time it gets here maybe i will have my floor pans installed.

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Got it! Thank you in Texas
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Last I heard she is doing her hood I believe with lettering under the ML to create a raised letter effect. Should be very cool if that is still the plan
Now that sounds cool. Now that's got my mind going.

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The job you're referring to was an 82 CJ7 from viencient. He thinned slightly with xylene to roll it. For a smaller job like you are doing I'm not sure I would thin the material. It's a lot more critical over large broad surfaces like a hood.

If you simply roll gently and don't re-roll to pick up the texture as the coating gets tacky you get it to be smoother. What did you think of the photos I posted in your thread. Here they are again.

Yes the gallon can be split to save 1/2 for another time. I have to find the directions I posted here a while ago
I like the photos a lot. That texture would be great.

Over in my thread, a question was asked on how Monstaliner cleans up. Does is clean up easier than products like Line-x or Herculiner?
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