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post #9481 of 13251 Old 01-28-2013, 02:17 PM
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Who did you speak with that told u to apply to plastics without adhesion promoter. Highly doubt that was eric, i talke to him 3-4 times hetting ready to spray my stuff and everytime we talked about my mce fenders he preached the adhesion promoter. And you say you didnt use mek the first time you applied, because you've painted before without it. IT SAYS IT AT LEAST 4X in the directions to wipe with mek, before sanding and after. You say the rusty areas that you didnt prep are sticking fine but other areas peel? Im sure the rusty areas are or were rough, the liner had more surface, texture, grit, to stick to on the rusty spots which makes me think the surgace you scuffed (or didnt scuff) was too smooth. The mek helps remove grease and oils that you may not be able to see. Just because your jeep looked clean doesnt mean it was. Were you wearing gloves while you prepped? You could clean an area of grease and then touch it with your bare hands that contain natural oils and u have a dirty surface again. This might be stretching it but i know when i painted my frame i was ocd with wiping prepall and painting with gloves. I didnt want any adhesion issues.


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post #9482 of 13251 Old 01-28-2013, 03:10 PM
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Who did you speak with that told u to apply to plastics without adhesion promoter. Highly doubt that was eric, i talke to him 3-4 times hetting ready to spray my stuff and everytime we talked about my mce fenders he preached the adhesion promoter. And you say you didnt use mek the first time you applied, because you've painted before without it. IT SAYS IT AT LEAST 4X in the directions to wipe with mek, before sanding and after. You say the rusty areas that you didnt prep are sticking fine but other areas peel? Im sure the rusty areas are or were rough, the liner had more surface, texture, grit, to stick to on the rusty spots which makes me think the surgace you scuffed (or didnt scuff) was too smooth. The mek helps remove grease and oils that you may not be able to see. Just because your jeep looked clean doesnt mean it was. Were you wearing gloves while you prepped? You could clean an area of grease and then touch it with your bare hands that contain natural oils and u have a dirty surface again. This might be stretching it but i know when i painted my frame i was ocd with wiping prepall and painting with gloves. I didnt want any adhesion issues.
That's how it's weird. It comes off in the places I feel it would best stay on. And I literally just pulled a couple inches off. I. It's have hit something cause a chunk is missing. Im Getting rid of the flares. Ill try and contact Eric again i guess. I'm glad most people have good luck. But you gotta remember that not everyone is as lucky. Clearly I have to remove body parts now.. I'm voicing my experiences. And when I used MEK I did use gloves I didn't want that toxic crap on me lol
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post #9483 of 13251 Old 01-28-2013, 03:10 PM
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That's how it's weird. It comes off in the places I feel it would best stay on. And I literally just pulled a couple inches off. I. It's have hit something cause a chunk is missing. Im Getting rid of the flares. Ill try and contact Eric again i guess. I'm glad most people have good luck. But you gotta remember that not everyone is as lucky. Clearly I have to remove body parts now.. I'm voicing my experiences. And when I used MEK I did use gloves I didn't want that toxic crap on me lol
If Eric would reply this would be a heck of a lot easier
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post #9484 of 13251 Old 01-28-2013, 04:03 PM
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Just letting you guys know I finally got ahold of Eric and I think I got a solution. It was a stressful area where the monstaliner was applied. It wasn't anyone's faults but now I know I just need to fix it. I'm going to take off my fender flares due to a very large amount of monstaliner coming off then trim it then bedline over it and also do my doors. Still thinking on if to use monstaliner or not. We shall see, sorry that I kinda bashed it, didn't mean to. I've just had a very crapppy experience. Hopefully it'll look nice after its done. Kinda sad that I'm gonna have to get rid of the flares but then again it'll look tough as &&&& when it's done! Again I'm sorry
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post #9485 of 13251 Old 01-31-2013, 10:19 AM
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Quick question. I am doing my prep for this weekends jeep tub Monstliner install. I painted the jeep prior and got Hotrodz Flat Tan overspray on the inside over the original white jeep paint. Do I need to get it all off or can I just scuff it with the supplied scuff pads. Some is removed but if the paint overspray is thick it wont budge. I assume if the MEK removes it then that will be ok too.
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post #9486 of 13251 Old 01-31-2013, 02:00 PM
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What is the recommendation for applying the liner to bare steal
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post #9487 of 13251 Old 02-01-2013, 11:29 AM
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No MEK in California

Crap just went to Home Depot and Lowes and found out that Calif has banned MEK and Xylene. I called the makers of Monstaliner and he said that stuff I got from Kleanstrip called Industrial Maintenance Coating Thinner is ok to use. It says on the can be used in place of MEK, Toluene, Xylene and VM&P Naphtha. I hope so because its going in tomorrow. I will let everyone know how it goes
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post #9488 of 13251 Old 02-01-2013, 11:31 AM
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Crap just went to Home Depot and Lowes and found out that Calif has banned MEK and Xylene. I called the makers of Monstaliner and he said that stuff I got from Kleanstrip called Industrial Maintenance Coating Thinner is ok to use. It says on the can be used in place of MEK, Toluene, Xylene and VM&P Naphtha. I hope so because its going in tomorrow. I will let everyone know how it goes
Ha why do people even live in California anymore? I heard there gonna ban pencils next.
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post #9489 of 13251 Old 02-01-2013, 11:40 AM
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Well all I can say is I did mine in Aug and it still looks awesome! Key word as said before is PREP! I could not peel mine off if I wanted to, The underside of the tub was Epoxy primed and Then Monsta was applied with in the recoat window, the interior and engine bays were Epoxy primed but not painted with in the recoat window so everything was scuff sanded and wiped down with MEK(substitute) before application. Still looks as good as the day it went down.








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OMG ^^^

Beautiful work. You could freaking eat out of that engine bay...
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post #9491 of 13251 Old 02-05-2013, 03:59 PM
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monstaliner promocode

Does anyomeknow how often Monstaliner does they're promo for free shipping i have an order id like to place thats about $700.00 and id like to be able to save a little bit
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Does anyomeknow how often Monstaliner does they're promo for free shipping i have an order id like to place thats about $700.00 and id like to be able to save a little bit
They might do an Easter one? Call and make sure they wont raise the price soon if you plan in waiting.
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Is this stuff used as rust prevention? I live in Canada and I'm looking for something I can use on my rockers and the bottom of my doors.
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post #9494 of 13251 Old 02-06-2013, 06:37 AM
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Just ordered another 2 gallon kit. I have alot of stuff to coat. This stuff is amazing. I have had it in the interior of my LJ since it was first introduced here and it looks as good as the day I put it on.
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post #9495 of 13251 Old 02-06-2013, 06:53 AM
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Is this stuff used as rust prevention? I live in Canada and I'm looking for something I can use on my rockers and the bottom of my doors.
We are also the manufacturers of Chassis Saver™ Rust Preventive Truck & Auto Underbody Coating.
Chassis Saver is a high performance alternate to POR-15 at 45% lower cost.
this was on the first page in this thread.
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