Has anyone had any experience with using this on the exterior of a Jeep hardtop? I purchased one used a few months back and it needed some repair and repainting. Just wondering if the Monstaliner will adhere good.
Fiberglass is no issue coating with Monstaliner. You need to degrease first with MEK or grease & wax remover then scuff sand to dull the finish and generate a light sanding dust. Solvent wipe again, let dry and coat. No primer needed.
Do any bondo/bodywork and sand to finish surface. Prime repairs to seal surface with Chassis Saver aluminum then apply Monstaliner.
Caution: Never use lacquer thinners or alcohols on surfaces to be coated with Monstaliner.
I'm just hoping my CFO approves the purchase request before your special offer goes away.
Do most people start at the front of the Jeep (under the dash, around gears/tcase and seats) and work the way back or do they do the front and nooks and crannies FIRST then hit everything reachable with a roller?
If I can get this, I plan to mask off the upper part of my rock rails after removing the skateboard tape and applying this stuff to the upper half to provide some traction that hurts a lot less than sliding over the tape...
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