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post #10111 of 13158 Old 04-24-2013, 10:27 PM
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Check it before you plan to use it not the day you plan to use it

As long as there's no cement like sediment that won't mix in.. it's good
Will do. Thanks for the help. You seem to always have a timely respons. Hope that I can use this once I get back to Texas. Such a great product.

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Just ordered the 2 gallon kit in Smurfadelic. Should be going on this weekend.

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Just ordered the 2 gallon kit in Smurfadelic. Should be going on this weekend.

Will post pics as soon as I get it done.
You're gonna love it, don't shortcut the prep and cleaning and you'll have a great looking rig

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ok, My jeep interior has been scuffed and cleaned, 2 coats of rustoleum primer has been put down... Now its time for some Monsta!!!!

Magnetman, Do you suggest scuffing the primer as well prior to putting on ML?

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ok, My jeep interior has been scuffed and cleaned, 2 coats of rustoleum primer has been put down... Now its time for some Monsta!!!!

Magnetman, Do you suggest scuffing the primer as well prior to putting on ML?
Not necessary to scuff

Is that spray can or liquid primer?
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Is that spray can or liquid primer?
its Rustoleum spray can...

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I hate to say it, but I'm regretting my selection of Monstaliner for my particular application. I was super thorough with the prep, application, and drying of the Monstaliner. I was in a perfectly controlled environment and I followed the instructions to the letter.

However, I used my Hi-Lift to jack up my Jeep a few times today via the rock rails. I got underneath the Jeep just to make sure I hadn't scratched the Monstaliner off. Needless to say, staring at two patches where the Monstaliner had disappeared completely was a big surprise.

Has anyone else tried using this on outside surfaces and had problems with it being so easily removed?

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I hate to say it, but I'm regretting my selection of Monstaliner for my particular application. I was super thorough with the prep, application, and drying of the Monstaliner. I was in a perfectly controlled environment and I followed the instructions to the letter.

However, I used my Hi-Lift to jack up my Jeep a few times today via the rock rails. I got underneath the Jeep just to make sure I hadn't scratched the Monstaliner off. Needless to say, staring at two patches where the Monstaliner had disappeared completely was a big surprise.

Has anyone else tried using this on outside surfaces and had problems with it being so easily removed?
I wouldn't say that those two spots were easily removed. If you think of the weight of the truck and the friction on the jack plate as it lifts up. most likely anyone will have issues no matter how well you prep or paint. Just my $.02.

I would say get a touch up kit and fix it then try your best not to jack it there without a rag or something in between?

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smcutter, what was on those rails before the ML went on?
Rustoleum Automotive Primer on raw steel. I took some light sandpaper to the raw steel, then cleaned it with whatever that solvent you've recommended is, then once that had evaporated I sprayed on a single layer of primer. Two days later I mixed the ML with a drill for three full minutes and rolled it on (sponged in the corners).

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I wouldn't say that those two spots were easily removed. If you think of the weight of the truck and the friction on the jack plate as it lifts up. most likely anyone will have issues no matter how well you prep or paint.
If this stuff can't hold up to a Hi-Lift, it definitely isn't well suited for use on Rock Rails.

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Rustoleum Automotive Primer on raw steel. I took some light sandpaper to the raw steel, then cleaned it with whatever that solvent you've recommended is, then once that had evaporated I sprayed on a single layer of primer. Two days later I mixed the ML with a drill for three full minutes and rolled it on (sponged in the corners).
I bet line X wouldn't even hold up to 2000+ pounds of pressure against a rigid surface. It's part of wheelin man, sh!ts gonna get scratched...
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If this stuff can't hold up to a Hi-Lift, it definitely isn't well suited for use on Rock Rails.
Try lifting a bumper with a high lift, but it at the very least creases slightly.

Guess bumpers aren't suited for use with a hi-lift. Or you can acknowledge the fact that hi-lift's lift arms have teeth, and 2000+ lbs of pressure on a single point it more likely to end up ripping up paint or bending metal.

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