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Unread 03-31-2010, 03:35 PM   #856
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I have a textured undercoating sprayed in my jeep now. Could I go over top of it with Monsta?

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Unread 03-31-2010, 04:08 PM   #857
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I have a textured undercoating sprayed in my jeep now. Could I go over top of it with Monsta?
be very very cairfull if you try this, just went tried this and had to remove every thing the solvent in the Monsta turned my old liner to a gooy mush and didnt stick. I would get some MEK and see if it removes your old liner easy, if so remove it first
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Unread 03-31-2010, 04:22 PM   #858
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Unread 03-31-2010, 05:14 PM   #859
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UPS man dropped off my kit today, everything was there. Cant wait till next weekend gonna start to take it apart. Any fellow jeepers in the monroe, MI area are welcome to come over and shoot the ****, there will be beer.
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Unread 03-31-2010, 10:12 PM   #860
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I ordered the Promo deal tonight.
I know I have rust under the carpet.

Now I'll wait until June, take the hard top off, and get to some messy work.

Will this increase the value of my Jeep?

I think so. Less rust, no carpet, hardcore floor.
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Unread 03-31-2010, 10:17 PM   #861
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I ordered the Promo deal tonight.
I know I have rust under the carpet.

Now I'll wait until June, take the hard top off, and get to some messy work.

Will this increase the value of my Jeep?

I think so. Less rust, no carpet, hardcore floor.
Ins. Company gave me $800 for it when they totaled it ... I guess you can say it does.
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Unread 04-01-2010, 12:15 AM   #862
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Magnetman can you recommend a specific self-etching epoxy primer for use in prep of bare metal?
I have one of the Chassis Saver distributors a couple miles away so I should be able pick up the primer locally.

Another thing I had been thinking about. If I wipe the interior with MEK then mask off everything and spray the interior with the self-etching epoxy primer would I be able to bypass the scuff up the paint surface step and still have a solid prep for Monstaliner? I can see it taking me a long time preping the surface by hand, hoping to find some time saving ideas in this area.

My kit should arrive within 24 hours, the Chassis Saver (Jet Black Gloss) ordered was planned to be used on the frame and underneath body work.

Everything I do will be photographed throughout the process.

I too am interested in the "OD Green" color Monstaliner for a currently sidelined project, maybe a year out for my needs still.
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Unread 04-01-2010, 05:16 AM   #863
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Magnetman can you recommend a specific self-etching epoxy primer for use in prep of bare metal?
I have one of the Chassis Saver distributors a couple miles away so I should be able pick up the primer locally.

Another thing I had been thinking about. If I wipe the interior with MEK then mask off everything and spray the interior with the self-etching epoxy primer would I be able to bypass the skuff up the paint surface step and still have a solid prep for Monstaliner? I can see it taking me a long time preping the surface by hand, hoping to find some time saving ideas in this area.

My kit should arrive within 24 hours, the Chassis Saver (Jet Black Gloss) ordered was planned to be used on the frame and underneath body work.

Everything I do will be photographed throughout the process.

I too am interested in the "OD Green" color Monstaliner for a currently sidelined project, maybe a year out for my needs still.
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Self etch and epoxy primer are 2 different things. You only use self etch on bare metal (not over previous paint)

You can not avoid scuff sanding painted surfaces without risk of adhesion problems.

Is the majority of area you will be coating with Monstaliner bare metal or painted surface?
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Unread 04-01-2010, 07:02 AM   #864
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To use the chasis saver on my tub (some minor surface rust in the passenger area floorboard), how much scuffing do I need to do?
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Unread 04-01-2010, 07:49 AM   #865
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Looks like there is no shortcut for proper preparation. Other than using the scuff pads under a DA sander and light sanding keeping the paint intact.
The majority of the area that I will be applying this time will be the prepainted Jeep interior.
I have a few areas of spotting rust which I will MEK then rough up and apply 2 coats Chassis Saver (Gloss Black), what I have on hand, and wait 24 hrs then scuff that surface. Would this work?

When it comes time for my other project, that will be an application going on bare metal. Should I use a self-etch in that case?

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Unread 04-01-2010, 07:55 AM   #866
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Really the prep work is the most important part, and you want to do that right. Unless you have a strict deadline, there is no rush when you are doing that. The actual application of the liner is very easy, and there is no way to go wrong except for maybe brushing some spots and not going back over with the roller for texture.
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Unread 04-01-2010, 10:19 AM   #867
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To use the chasis saver on my tub (some minor surface rust in the passenger area floorboard), how much scuffing do I need to do?
if you apply the liner within 24 hours no scuffing is needed. Anything over that you need to hit it with 120 grit.... I believe
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Unread 04-01-2010, 12:49 PM   #868
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Unread 04-01-2010, 12:50 PM   #869
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To use the chasis saver on my tub (some minor surface rust in the passenger area floorboard), how much scuffing do I need to do?
Chassis Saver over Rusted Areas
To apply Chassis Saver over rust, wire brush the rust to remove any loose, powering or crusty material. You can also sand the rusted areas with 60 grit paper. Blow down or vacuum to remove all debris and wipe with MEK. Apply Chassis Saver in 2 thin coats (no puddling or extra heavy brush coats). Allow 3 to 4 hours between coats. 1 coat only is sufficient if you are applying Monstaliner within 24 hrs. If you plan to leave it longer before installing Monstaliner, do 2 coats of Chassis Saver.

Chassis Saver over Previous Paint
On previously painted areas, scuff to remove gloss and generate a light dust with scuff pads or 60 grit sandpaper. Clean surface as above and apply only 1 coat of Chassis Saver.

Topcoating Chassis Saver with Monstaliner
Chassis Saver can be topcoated in as little as 6 hours with Monstaliner. If Chassis Saver is allowed to cure more than 24 hours, surfaces should be scuff sanded with 120 to 180 grit sandpaper. (This applies to recoating with itself or any other coating)

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Unread 04-01-2010, 12:59 PM   #870
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lol I sanded with 120 grit instead of 60, still seemed to go on and dry fine though
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