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post #7591 of 13159 Old 04-19-2012, 05:35 PM
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2 gallons should be enough to give you 2 coats on the exterior alone.


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Hey magnet. Received my 1gal + accessories box. Just wondering if you give a few newbie tips for any additional items I might need. Type of grit sand paper.....stuff like that. Thanks
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Gloves, foam earplugs, extra tray and trash bags / tinfoil, blue painters tape and extra stir sticks...

oh and a cold beverage and a set of extra hands to help is nice too.

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Hey magnet. Received my 1gal + accessories box. Just wondering if you give a few newbie tips for any additional items I might need. Type of grit sand paper.....stuff like that. Thanks
Don't use a wide roller pan, find a narrow one at HD or lowes

150 - 180 grit, quart MEK or acetone, rags, scrap cardboard
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Is there anything else I can use other than mek, I can't find anywhere in my city. Also I had sanded my tub awhile back, and it got some rain on it, do I need to completely resand it or resand the thick spots and then wipe it all down with mek or whatever I can use?
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Is there anything else I can use other than mek, I can't find anywhere in my city. Also I had sanded my tub awhile back, and it got some rain on it, do I need to completely resand it or resand the thick spots and then wipe it all down with mek or whatever I can use?
Go to Lowes, it's in the paint department. It's up high at my Lowes, I'm guessing to keep the huffers out of it.
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i built a whole floor for my wagoneer, its all fresh 16guage steel. i was just planning on a few coats of oil base primer and paint with hardner added, then monstaliner top and bottom. this sound ok? how long should i wait between the oil base and monsta?
anything?
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Is there anything else I can use other than mek, I can't find anywhere in my city. Also I had sanded my tub awhile back, and it got some rain on it, do I need to completely resand it or resand the thick spots and then wipe it all down with mek or whatever I can use?
Acetone works also but be careful it's very flammable
There's also something in HD and Lowes labeled as "MEK substitute" which is ok to use as well

If you already scuffed and it's just got wet since then you don't need to re-scuff. Just a good solvent wipe

What does "thick" spots mean?
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anything?
If you are ordering ML for this project get the universal primer for the bare steel
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Is there anything else I can use other than mek, I can't find anywhere in my city. Also I had sanded my tub awhile back, and it got some rain on it, do I need to completely resand it or resand the thick spots and then wipe it all down with mek or whatever I can use?
Also try Ace Hardware for MEK.
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alicia, I got your exterior almost done
Cool. Looking forward to seeing what u came up with.
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Self etching primer work on the body?
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Self etching primer work on the body?
2k primer is what Erik will tell you to use.

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