Good to see you on here. Life is crazy isn't it? I never got around to calling you a couple weeks back. I'll get to it soon. Hoping to save up some more $ to buy some monsta too for my hood ad fenders. Do you think a qt is e bought to do the hood/grill and fender tops on a TJ?
Life has never been crazier but I wouldn't like it any other way
Sounds like you may be pushing the limits of 1 quart. Check footage to be less than 15 sq ft
Hey magnetman, i wont be able to show off monsta atbthe mudbog bu if you still wanna send that stuff i'll hit the next one or go to the car show. Inleft a message on your cell. Let me know if you send anything, i'll be watching for it
Sorry, email or PM me your shipping address again and I'll make sure to send some stuff this week.
Any update on the release date for the Silver Monstaliner?
Still working on this. It's a bit problematic for a few reasons of compatibility with diff aluminum pigments. We buy these things in paste form and there's some other junk in there causing issues. I don't want to handle dry powdered aluminum which is a bit explosive when it gets airborne
hey eric is there any way that i can get an 8oz of color in black?it didnt look like you sold the shades in black. i had bought 3 gal of tintable but only needed 2 for my project and now id like to use the other gal for my bumpers and wheels . ehh if not no biggie i might just buy a can of white and do my truck bed .it needs it anyway lol
Yes we can pack an 8oz of black liquid pigment. Done it for a few people. The appearance is a bit diff from ready made black ML but it works nice
is it the yellow pigment in the predator that makes it spendy? And will the new formulation still be best over white, or will silver be OK to use as a base?
Yes on the yellow pigment and yes it will still need to go over white for best results
Yellow, lead free pigments are notorious for being somewhat transparent so it takes more coats to cover. At the same time they are very expensive so you get screwed at high cost needing more coats. Applying over a white base avoids the need for excessive # of coats. If you put these type of colors over dark or spotty patch work with primer some places and diff colors you can see shadows coming through where dark spots were.
We spent some time evaluating alternates to the original yellow we buy and found something much more competitively priced but the properties of transparency remain the same