Hey I had a couple quick questions about the monstaliner roll on kit before I buy it, I plan on painting the whole exterior of my '98 grand cherokee and was wondering:
- is the material easy to wash clean after complete curing? For example, will heavy mud and stuff wash off without wear at a typical car wash?
- will the 2 gallon kit be enough to cover the whole exterior of my jeep, or would I need a little extra?
- and does everything needed for the whole process come included in the 2 gallon kit? I would only be ordering black so I wouldn't need any extra (although I'm deliberating on a hunter green color maybe...)
Thanks Neudiin! Good luck with the sanding...sucker some friends into helping you!
And MyZJ, I monstalined my tub forever and a day ago and monstalined lots more just a few days ago, and when I wiped the old Monsta clean with a damp cloth, you couldn't tell the difference between old and new. It cleans up well! I can't answer about the carwash though...
I haven't been in one of those in forever. I assume it would clean right up there too though. Some people with full monstalined exteriors would know!
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This is right after it was sprayed. One tip that I can offer to anyone spraying is that plastic on the ground really sticks to your feet once you get overspray on it. So tape it to the ground. Also, the only spots that I had some light coverage which I will have to touch up is on the underside of the doors when they were laying flat.
Overall I am extremely satisfied with the monstaliner. Its's very easy to spray and looks great! I can't wait to get the thing back together.
Awesome! I was hoping to do my YJ this color too. When you get it re assembled I would love to see pics, here or through a PM
Thanks , the rolling and brushing only took about and hour to an hour and a half per coat with my little using a brush dabbing around the hinges and other tight areas and me rolling , but we spent almost the whole day prepping
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