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post #8296 of 13159 Old 06-25-2012, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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I'm about to pull the trigger on monstaliner to do the interior. Anyone used white on the inside? How is it with dirt long term?
I can't find it but someone who had used white in a tub posted recently that it cleans up with no effort. May have been in a diff thread on here or maybe on wranglerboards

White has been the #2 seller behind Light Quartz Gray
If someone had a problem we would have heard of it by now

We know it won't stain from blood
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I can't find it but someone who had used white in a tub posted recently that it cleans up with no effort. May have been in a diff thread on here or maybe on wranglerboards

White has been the #2 seller behind Light Quartz Gray
If someone had a problem we would have heard of it by now

We know it won't stain from blood
I was just rereading this giant thread and saw post number 5173 had a white tub. Really looks nice.
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That looks goooood! Can you please post those pics in this thread when you get the time

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Hey roughknight can you update yourr post in the pics thread with application type, amount used, and color plse?
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Haven't been on here in a while but I've had my Monstaliner since May 6, 2010 and it still looks great! Tough too. The teeth on the bottom of my Quadratec floor liner mats have just made some blemishes (due to them sliding around constantly with no grip) but thats about it. Also had to remove some bolts that were covered in the stuff and I must say the coating is THICK!

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Hey roughknight can you update yourr post in the pics thread with application type, amount used, and color plse?
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Haven't been on here in a while but I've had my Monstaliner since May 6, 2010 and it still looks great! Tough too. The teeth on the bottom of my Quadratec floor liner mats have just made some blemishes (due to them sliding around constantly with no grip) but thats about it. Also had to remove some bolts that were covered in the stuff and I must say the coating is THICK!
So you were one of the original guinea pigs

Thanks for the 2 year testimonial!
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I was just rereading this giant thread and saw post number 5173 had a white tub. Really looks nice.
That was the very first tub I know of using white but it's not the guy I was thinking of. Still looking for it
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So you were one of the original guinea pigs

Thanks for the 2 year testimonial!
Oh yes, I had debated rhino liner, sure glad I didn't go that route. I even made a write up thread http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/mo...nally-1028080/

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OK I am getting real close to finishing up my tub, it is all sandblasted and rust repairs are under way. Just waiting for the Chip set to arrive to pick out a color and place my order.

I plan on doing the inside of the tub Engine compartment and the underside of the tub, Good idea? Thoughts.





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Oh yes, I had debated rhino liner, sure glad I didn't go that route. I even made a write up thread http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/mo...nally-1028080/
Now I remember that job, those were great photos
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You have a lot of work invested in this. Personally I would epoxy prime it all direct to the blasted surfaces. On the underside you can put CS over the epoxy or ML

Reason for the epoxy vs CS is that there is never a question that epoxy will stick to everything and anything.

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OK I am getting real close to finishing up my tub, it is all sandblasted and rust repairs are under way. Just waiting for the Chip set to arrive to pick out a color and place my order.

I plan on doing the inside of the tub Engine compartment and the underside of the tub, Good idea? Thoughts.





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I've had my monstaliner for several weeks now but the weather and i have not been getting along with my free time. I have been keeping it in the air conditioning at around 70 degrees. Is this the best way to store it until i get a good weekend to do this project?

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I've had my monstaliner for several weeks now but the weather and i have not been getting along with my free time. I have been keeping it in the air conditioning at around 70 degrees. Is this the best way to store it until i get a good weekend to do this project?
That's fine. You just want to avoid very hot temps over a loooong period
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