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post #8161 of 13170 Old 06-09-2012, 01:51 PM
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If I am just going to use it for the tub of my jeep do i need to use a respirator? I mean, how long am i supposed to wipe the surface, a couple swipes has seemed to do a good enough job. Which would make the whole tub probly a ten minute wipe down job. Then let it evaporate in order to put down liner.


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^^ Make sure you are in an open area with good ventilation, limit skin contact and wipe down. MOST of the dirt/grime should have been cleaned with the TSP beforehand. The MEK is to remove oils and dirt that have accumulated since then. A quick once over is sufficient.

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Well,

I've started prepping for the monstaliner. I officially hate Torx head bolts! I have 1 bolt under the driver seat that snapped off while trying to remove it.

I'll have to drill that out. sigh

Ok lets remove the roll bars and yay 1 torx head strips out. Haven't even started the passenger side bolts yet.

Ran to harbor freight and grabbed some cutoff wheels for my grinder, looks like tomorrow is going to be a fun day.

By chance does anyone know how the footman loops in the rear seat area on a 2000 wrangler are attached? are they torx or allen head..mine are covered in some pretty poor bedliner the PO used so I'm having issues trying to clean them out to determine the fastener type. ( only tried one as the broken bolts took up more time than I had tonight)

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Got the exterior painted you today. It looks awesome!!



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^^ make sure you are in an open area with good ventilation, limit skin contact and wipe down. Most of the dirt/grime should have been cleaned with the tsp beforehand. The mek is to remove oils and dirt that have accumulated since then. A quick once over is sufficient.


tsp????

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tsp????
TSP is Trisodium Phosphate, a cheap and effective cleaner/degreaser for paint prep.

Any cleaner/degreaser (Purple Power, Simple Green, Marine Clean etc) will work to get the bulk of the dirt and oil off the parts you are painting. Even dawn dish soap will work fairly well. The solvent wipe gets the last little bit of oil and removes the residue left from whatever cleaner/degreaser you used.

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Anyone have any idea how well this stuff will adhere to or over silicone caulking?

The PO of my Jeep decided to caulk over all the welds in the new floorboards after he welded them in and I'd really love to not have to go back and remove it all as he put it on pretty damn thick.


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Wire wheel would make quick work of that. Problem with putting it on over silicon is then your bond is as strong as the silicon to the metal

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Eric,
I received what was supposed to be a full set of chips today. I had ordered it so I could compare the yellow/orange/red colors for myself...but it was missing six colors

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Any idea why these colors were missing, or if they were left out intentionally, when they will ship, so I can have a complete set?

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Eric I think you need to send Tinga a big thanks for covering for you this last week! Why you were out
BIG THANKS TO TINGA!!!

Did not realize how many posts there have been here where she has covered for me. I'm still out of town until tomorrow. Looking through questions here today to see if anything else needs to be addressed
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Sorry about this

Can you give me your invoice # and we will mail what was missing

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I received what was supposed to be a full set of chips today. I had ordered it so I could compare the yellow/orange/red colors for myself...but it was missing six colors

Zombie Sunset
Smurfadelic
Blood Bath
Brown Eyed Girl
Road Rash
Freedom Fried

Any idea why these colors were missing, or if they were left out intentionally, when they will ship, so I can have a complete set?
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Anyone have any idea how well this stuff will adhere to or over silicone caulking?

The PO of my Jeep decided to caulk over all the welds in the new floorboards after he welded them in and I'd really love to not have to go back and remove it all as he put it on pretty damn thick.
Got to be careful with this. Is it clear or white caulk and are you sure it's silicone?
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TSP is Trisodium Phosphate, a cheap and effective cleaner/degreaser for paint prep.

Any cleaner/degreaser (Purple Power, Simple Green, Marine Clean etc) will work to get the bulk of the dirt and oil off the parts you are painting. Even dawn dish soap will work fairly well. The solvent wipe gets the last little bit of oil and removes the residue left from whatever cleaner/degreaser you used.
Correct, just skip the TSP and just use Dawn. Will be changing the install guide soon and this is what it will say.

TSP has changed and the old style stuff is gone and been mostly replaced with a "substitute" which really sucks
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Sorry about this

Can you give me your invoice # and we will mail what was missing
sure, it's #93218

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Glad to see you're still alive MagnetMan!

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