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post #10036 of 13188 Old 04-17-2013, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah it is, are you able to make a custom color to match as close as possible to the color?
Sorry, no. We don't custom tint Monstaliner
In the past we have adopted certain popular/requested colors as part of the product line but we don't do this on request for single orders with new colors

You can purchase automotive tint locally and mix it with the tintable ML

Are you planning to spray or roll??

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Sorry, no. We don't custom tint Monstaliner
In the past we have adopted certain popular/requested colors as part of the product line but we don't do this on request for single orders with new colors

You can purchase automotive tint locally and mix it with the tintable ML

Are you planning to spray or roll??
Ohh I see, is it difficult to do? So "tint" is not the paint? It is different?

Probably roll on.

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Don't need a whole quart for touchup. We have small black repair kit that covers appx 3.5 sq ft

Can you show me a pic of what is happening? What caused it to come off?

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Ok it's been raining all day so ill have to snap some photos tomorrow. I believe rocks under the mats for the front chipping , rear seat bracket for rear chipping, and the spotty coverage was an issue after rolling it on but only in a couple places.
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Ohh I see, is it difficult to do? So "tint" is not the paint? It is different?

Probably roll on.
Monstaliner colors are supplied as a separate item that the customer mixes with un-colored liner at time of use.
We've developed our own colors but tints can be used for automotive paint to make any color you need.
Note that adding metallics and pearls have not really been tested so results are not fully known

This is tintable liner



These are small cans of tint colors you chose from and mix into liner before use

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Some day.... we could possibly offer custom matching service but it's not happening for a while
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ok actually, it's a shiny type black surface, but not aluminum on the top. Made by american Bass company.
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Is this the Dynamat with the alum foil facing top side?

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ok actually, it's a shiny type black surface, but not aluminum on the top. Made by american Bass company.
I would be cautious about coating that directly with ML
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ok actually, it's a shiny type black surface, but not aluminum on the top. Made by american Bass company.
Send me a piece and we will test coating over it
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here is a pic of the sound dampening material and I know it's a small pic. I can take one tomm. of it right up close. Just wondering if I can say primer it up than roll over it, would it stick or not?
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About to get er dun! Inside TUB area and all around there. Can't wait! LOL Chose OD green as the color. Will do the Chassis Saver underneath also when the weather gets better and not raining every freakin day! LOL
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About to get er dun! Inside TUB area and all around there. Can't wait! LOL Chose OD green as the color. Will do the Chassis Saver underneath also when the weather gets better and not raining every freakin day! LOL
GREEN MACHINE... what's that Chrysler color called?
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Rescue green

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here is a pic of the sound dampening material and I know it's a small pic. I can take one tomm. of it right up close. Just wondering if I can say primer it up than roll over it, would it stick or not?
I can imagine what that stuff feels like and my gut tells me that ML will not stick well
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well, I really want to line the jeep with this matting, but hate to waste either the ML or the matting, since I am planning to leave the carpets out from now on. hmmm. TOugh choice but I may just do several layers of ML than...

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well, I really want to line the jeep with this matting, but hate to waste either the ML or the matting, since I am planning to leave the carpets out from now on. hmmm. TOugh choice but I may just do several layers of ML than...
Send me a piece of that stuff and we will see if it sticks or what we can put first before ML to make it stick
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