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Here's rescue7's project.
Not everyone has the time and resources to get it done like he has with almost complete disassembly... but this is the absolute right way to do this
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This really made me smile today. This is 2 coats sprayed white then spattered and hand printed with Blood Bath
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thats original, looks great!

just got the first coat on the inside of my tub done:

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Here's rescue7's project.
Not everyone has the time and resources to get it done like he has with almost complete disassembly... but this is the absolute right way to do this
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I am OCD, so when I did this, I was nitpicking everything. I would get in every little corner with a baby foam brush just to make sure it was covered. I did behind the door panels also.
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I am OCD, so when I did this, I was nitpicking everything. I would get in every little corner with a baby foam brush just to make sure it was covered. I did behind the door panels also.
Dude if I had my rig apart in pieces all over the place I'd be OCD too to get it done right
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Cool, what's you temperature there today?
about 60, i had a heater going to aid it though, looks pretty good, pretty simple to install! my 1 suggestion for people thinking about monstalining would be this: if your thinking about doing something else(roll bar in my case)bumper, flares, etc. have it prepped just in case you have enough left over, i still have about 1/4 of a gallon left over after doing interior. but it looks pretty good, 1 thing i noticed in just a couple spots is runs in the first coat which i thought would be covered up by the second but they wernt, just less noticeable now. but being black and will be mostly covered with interior parts, i will keep that in mind before i do the exterior.
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Looking into some monstaliner for the tub of my lj, and maybe some other little stuff on it. What would be the closest to the shale green metallic color?

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Smcutter, Lord help you if you get it on your hands, it'll be there for two weeks. Pumice soap will NOT get rid of it.
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Smcutter, Lord help you if you get it on your hands, it'll be there for two weeks. Pumice soap will NOT get rid of it.
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This really made me smile today. This is 2 coats sprayed white then spattered and hand printed with Blood Bath
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That is the COOLEST thing I have ever seen. Avid Zombie Slayer myself, going on 12 years of obsession now! Absolutely love it! I wish I was gutsy enough to do something like that myself!

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about 60, i had a heater going to aid it though, looks pretty good, pretty simple to install! my 1 suggestion for people thinking about monstalining would be this: if your thinking about doing something else(roll bar in my case)bumper, flares, etc. have it prepped just in case you have enough left over, i still have about 1/4 of a gallon left over after doing interior. but it looks pretty good, 1 thing i noticed in just a couple spots is runs in the first coat which i thought would be covered up by the second but they wernt, just less noticeable now. but being black and will be mostly covered with interior parts, i will keep that in mind before i do the exterior.
zaleski how heavy did you roll the 1st coat that you had runs?

I need to show you something before you get to do the exterior
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zaleski how heavy did you roll the 1st coat that you had runs?

I need to show you something before you get to do the exterior

i would say i used i used between 1/4-1/3 of a gallon for the first coat. im all ears! should i be going lighter on the first and heavier on second? there was 3 spots where i can see runs, and they were on corners, i think i failed to inspect it closely enough. Im still happy with how it turned out though.
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