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Unread 03-18-2012, 07:36 PM   #7201
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Funky you say...... now im curious
Trust me it was funky, stayed sticky for 3 days

It needs some different material we don't stock right now

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Unread 03-18-2012, 07:40 PM   #7202
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ok, was supposed to post these a while back, but life has been a little crazy lately. Any ways, we will start with some pics

Tub, just after pulling carpet:
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Tub, again:
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Tailgate, after:
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Driver Side, after:
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Behind Drivers Seat, after:
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My two cents:
Product arrived in the mail shortly after ordering, happy about that. Prep work took the longest to do, and is the most important. I wish I did the second coat thicker to get more of a texture out of it, I though I did but it dried with less texture then when it's wet. I did the whole tub with enough left over to do some smaller projects. If only I had known I would have extra left over, I could've cleaned them and had them ready ahead of time.

Question: If I want to go over certain areas to thicken it up, ie: drivers/passenger area, can I just buy a quart and go over it as is?
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Unread 03-18-2012, 07:48 PM   #7203
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Get 1 extra roller and the mini roller kit with foam block.

1 Quart MEK or Acetone at Home Dep or Lowes


Tinyjeep... you mixed that gallon by hand with no drill?
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yup, i beat the crap outta it.being over excited and on a tight deadline( only 3 day weekend in sight) think whisking eggs with a knife
i might have used a drill, sorry. Flipping and painkillers will mess with yea head.
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Unread 03-18-2012, 07:59 PM   #7204
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Oh man I liked whisking eggs with a butter knife

Got any extras
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Unread 03-18-2012, 08:13 PM   #7205
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Question: If I want to go over certain areas to thicken it up, ie: drivers/passenger area, can I just buy a quart and go over it as is?

Yes, just need to clean and light scuff areas to coat over. You can roll clean lines and gently feather the edges with the roller.
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Unread 03-18-2012, 09:13 PM   #7206
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I don't know if this is even feasible, but is there a way to create a clear non slip type of liner?

Planning a party barge project and would like to coat the floor but keep it clear so you can see the actual flooring we use.
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Unread 03-18-2012, 09:31 PM   #7207
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I don't know if this is even feasible, but is there a way to create a clear non slip type of liner?

Planning a party barge project and would like to coat the floor but keep it clear so you can see the actual flooring we use.
This can be done in different ways but I would not use Monstaliner for that

What material will the floor be made from?
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Unread 03-19-2012, 09:23 AM   #7208
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Adding Additional Non-Skid Properties to Monstaliner - 1st Trials

OK, here we go.

This material you see in hand is some sort of ground up plastic. It comes in many different particle sizes. Traditionally, we have used it as an non-skid additive
that either gets broadcast into wet floor epoxy or even mixed into the coating for rolling on the epoxy. It also works very well in gray Chassis Saver,
mixed into the coating and rolled on concrete floors.

I did not like what happens when I mixed it directly into Monstaliner. The mix got too thick to handle and roll correctly. Also because Monstaliner goes down
pretty thick, the particles got burried under the coating and the non-skid effect was not dramatic enough for my liking. It would take too much additive
thus making the Monstaliner almost like peanut butter, so...

I rolled 1 nice coat of Desert Sand tinted ML and broadcast the particles into the wet coating. I let it dry 2 or 3 hours (time will vary at diff temps and time of year)
and then rolled another coat of Desert Sand on top of the particles that were embedded in the first coat. Results below show straight Desert Sand (no aggregate) compared to the test.

I like it ALOT. We have a customer right now in Alaska building a custom wood canoe that will be getting his stuff this week. He is going to use this method to
try the process for himself and I am very anxious to see the results. Spent an hour on phone with him and will speak to him again after packages are received.

We've had sooooo many requests recently from people doing boats I am committed to ironing this out to work with complete documentation. I'm looking to
package the stuff for sale in some kind of shaker jar so it will be easy to use and broadcast as evenly as possible.

I do not suspect this will make a Monstaliner surface any more difficult to clean. As long as the material is broadcast sparingly you will not have any deep pockets to trap dirt.
This was just the first experiment so we will improve it over time.

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Awesome, can't wait to see the results.

I also really like this because we were planning on non-skidding the foot traffic area's but leaving the rest regular ML, and this allows us to decide how much to non-skid or NOT non-skid any area we want. Bad ***.
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Unread 03-19-2012, 10:48 AM   #7209
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This can be done in different ways but I would not use Monstaliner for that

What material will the floor be made from?
The top floor (or parts of it) we plan to use some marine grade wood/signs we have. We want to put a clear no slip substance on it so you can still see and read the signs.

Just trying to figure out if any of it could actually work or we need to go a more traditional route for the floor.
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Zombie sunset !

Just ordered my 2 Gallon Tintable kit last night and Starting my sanding and prep work today... Can't wait to get my project under way! Just have to decide what color the interior is going to be.
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Unread 03-19-2012, 01:06 PM   #7211
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Just ordered a full set of the Chips. Will decide what to line the commando in. AND, since hubby got a new compressor he wants to spray it. Better look at some spraying threads lol
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Just ordered a full set of the Chips. Will decide what to line the commando in. AND, since hubby got a new compressor he wants to spray it. Better look at some spraying threads lol
i have a few vids of spraying on my build thread... about page 7 i think.
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Awesome. I'll look that up. I don't know CRAP about spraying or painting, though the DH used to work auto body alot so he has a good idea
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The top floor (or parts of it) we plan to use some marine grade wood/signs we have. We want to put a clear no slip substance on it so you can still see and read the signs.

Just trying to figure out if any of it could actually work or we need to go a more traditional route for the floor.
The face of the signs where the coating will go, is the graphics or images painted on the wood?
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Unread 03-19-2012, 06:01 PM   #7215
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Just ordered my 2 Gallon Tintable kit last night and Starting my sanding and prep work today... Can't wait to get my project under way! Just have to decide what color the interior is going to be.
Got that, thanks for the order!
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