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Unread 04-08-2013, 07:20 PM   #9826
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I see my shipping notification today (120lbs worth!), I'll get you a pyramid-o-cans shot on my camper.
That sounds cool because we bulk packed that order and I don't think there were any fancy ML labels on boxes

That's a big *** pile of cans you have coming

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Unread 04-08-2013, 07:22 PM   #9827
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I bought and recieved a poison spyder hood louvre and it is bare, what is the best way to prep it for monstaliner? I did my tub with the pyroclastic. Is the prep work the same or should I primer the hood louvre?
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Unread 04-09-2013, 12:13 AM   #9829
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I bought and recieved a poison spyder hood louvre and it is bare, what is the best way to prep it for monstaliner? I did my tub with the pyroclastic. Is the prep work the same or should I primer the hood louvre?
Any bare metal (steel or aluminum) needs to be primed.
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Unread 04-09-2013, 03:35 PM   #9830
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Looking to monstaline a rear steel bumper. Brand new metal, in primer. Is it ok to line over the primer, or should i spray it with a good spray paint first? Some of the part(brackets) will hve to be painted anyway. Just wondering if i would get better adhesion on the primer, or a finished surface?
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Unread 04-09-2013, 04:26 PM   #9831
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Looking to monstaline a rear steel bumper. Brand new metal, in primer. Is it ok to line over the primer, or should i spray it with a good spray paint first? Some of the part(brackets) will hve to be painted anyway. Just wondering if i would get better adhesion on the primer, or a finished surface?
Scotchbrite or green/maroon/brown pad primer very lightly and ML right over primer

If you put fresh spray paint and then ML over it you will have grief. It will lift the spray paint or wrinkle the spray paint as if you put paint remover on it

Edit: It's impossible to know the quality of primers used by the people building bumpers. Scratch it gently with fingernail. Is it hard and stuck on the metal good?
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Unread 04-09-2013, 05:57 PM   #9832
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Scotchbrite or green/maroon/brown pad primer very lightly and ML right over primer

If you put fresh spray paint and then ML over it you will have grief. It will lift the spray paint or wrinkle the spray paint as if you put paint remover on it

Edit: It's impossible to know the quality of primers used by the people building bumpers. Scratch it gently with fingernail. Is it hard and stuck on the metal good?
It seems pretty tough. I used a SEM high build primer, in a aerosol can. It was from a bodyshop supply store, so its a pro grade product. I will check to make sure that its good anyway.
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Unread 04-09-2013, 07:04 PM   #9833
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Im sure this question has also been asked 1000 times, but about how much sf does i gal cover? Im thinking of buying a gallon for my bed, and an extra quart for the bumper
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Im sure this question has also been asked 1000 times, but about how much sf does i gal cover? Im thinking of buying a gallon for my bed, and an extra quart for the bumper
60 sq ft per gal in 2 coats

Quart does 15 sq ft
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60 sq ft per gal in 2 coats

Quart does 15 sq ft
Gal does 60 sf twice?
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Gal does 60 sf twice?
This has.. on occasion even twisted my brain explaining

No.. I mean yes or no

** To get the correct thickness... 1 gallon is designed to cover 60 sq ft but it is done in 2 coats

Does that make better sense?
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If you started rolling .. or spraying and you stopped after going 60 sq ft... you should have 1/2 gallon remaining for the 2nd coat
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This has.. on occasion even twisted my brain explaining

No.. I mean yes or no

** To get the correct thickness... 1 gallon is designed to cover 60 sq ft but it is done in 2 coats

Does that make better sense?
Haha think i got it now. I can cover 60 sq ft with one gallon. But i will need two coats to achieve desired results. And i can do this all with 1 gallon.
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1 gallon goes 120 sq ft in 1 coat

Split that in 1/2

Back it off to 60 sq ft and you have enough to do the recommended 2 coats
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Haha think i got it now. I can cover 60 sq ft with one gallon. But i will need two coats to achieve desired results. And i can do this all with 1 gallon.
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