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post #781 of 13206 Old 03-27-2010, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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i know the subject of putting the liner over spray paint was brought up earlier in this thread but i don't remember seeing an answer. i tried rubbing some parts of my tub that had spray paint on them with some m.e.k. and it started taking the spray paint right off and now i'm wondering what i should do. thanks for any info.
I would remove the spray paint first and then scuff sand the surfaces.

Are surfaces under the spray paint bare metal or do they have original paint?

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post #782 of 13206 Old 03-27-2010, 09:33 PM
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the spray paint is over bare metal.
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the spray paint is over bare metal.
You should have used a self etching primer. I used a self etching primer on my bumper, and then coated it with Rustoleum hammered. At the last minute, we scratched it a little, wiped it with some M.E.K, and then threw 2 coats on. It stuck perfectly till the day the ins. company took it (which means almost 6 months).

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the spray paint is over bare metal.
Scuff the metal really coarse, 50 or 60 grit sandpaper and apply Chassis Saver.

Note to all: MEK is a very strong solvent. It's the standard solvent used in lab tests to check solvent resistance of other coatings.

Monstaliner and Chassis Saver contain the same solvent. It's not MEK but a very strong, slow evaporating Naptha type solvent and also has the potential to dissolve spray paint. The reason we use MEK to test solvent resistance is because it shows results fast. When you put Chassis Saver or Monstaliner over spray paint it may take a while for a problem to show up so we don't take a chance before testing with MEK.
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So how long until the Spice color is ready magnetman??

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alright, cool. thanks for the info. looks like i have some more work ahead of me before i can get this stuff in.
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Just placed my order! Really excited about getting this stuff in.

Magnetman, question: I have been slowly going about the process of getting my tub prepped. In sanding down some of the surfaces I have definitely taken the paint down to bare metal. Can I just spot prime these areas with the chassis saver before rolling on? Is there something else I should do to promote adhesion in those areas?
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If I place an order for a 1 gallon kit with the discounts offered, when would it ship?

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Just placed my order! Really excited about getting this stuff in.

Magnetman, question: I have been slowly going about the process of getting my tub prepped. In sanding down some of the surfaces I have definitely taken the paint down to bare metal. Can I just spot prime these areas with the chassis saver before rolling on? Is there something else I should do to promote adhesion in those areas?
Got it. Thanks for your order Boston!

Just coarse up the bare areas with 50 or 60 grit and spot prime with Chassis Saver. Save the rest for something else. As long as you've scuffed and deglossed the existing paint in the tub you are good to apply Monstaliner direct to old paint.

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If I place an order for a 1 gallon kit with the discounts offered, when would it ship?
We are pretty much caught up on orders. New orders will ship by Tuesday.
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Wow- spice Monstaliner would be kickass to re-do my dash pad.......

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Wow- spice Monstaliner would be kickass to re-do my dash pad.......
What is the dash pad made from?
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If he is talking of the dash liner, it is made of rubber. It is pretty flexible, but not porous.

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Old CJ dash pad- dense foam, pretty heavy duty vinyl cover.

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here is a question can you bedliner over the chasis saver??? I need to apply chasis saver or por-15 to the edges of the jeep around the whole tub..... and all the seem lines where the panels have been welded. I have ground and got as much rust out and done everything possible so now I want to put some chasis saver or Por in there.....but I also want to bed line it so can I bedline over the chasis saver or Por????
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