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post #10756 of 13188 Old 07-07-2013, 06:26 PM
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lowes was the only place i found it as well.

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post #10757 of 13188 Old 07-07-2013, 07:44 PM
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Home Depot had MEK replacement. Worked fine as previously stated. Regular MEK was not at our local lowes.

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post #10758 of 13188 Old 07-07-2013, 08:42 PM
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.......Question though, I have been looking for MEK but everybody only has MEK substitute. Will it suffice?
I got MEK from CarQuest. About $25 for a gallon. You may have to ask them to talk to their paint specialist.

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Great idea with the bolts. I will be using that trick. Only one thing, why did you scuff the CS? I thought you didn't have to if you sprayed before it cured.

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I did not have time to ML within the 24 hour cure time of CS first coat. I did not scuff the second coat and sprayed the ML with in 12 hours. By the way, CS is a PAIN to scuff!!!
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post #10759 of 13188 Old 07-07-2013, 09:05 PM
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Yea I checked Lowes, Ace, Walmart, local hardware store, all had substitute but not the real thing.
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post #10760 of 13188 Old 07-07-2013, 09:44 PM
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Hiya magnetman, without reviewing the previous 10,759 posts in this thread, I will just apologize in advance if this is a repetitive question.

I am getting ready to Monstaline my Jeep body tub, but it has an old, very worn bed liner material already in it. The existing coating is very beat up, and worn off in some spots. If needed I can provide a couple of pictures later this week when I get home. My question is whether or not I can just clean this existing mess up, MEK it and roll the Monstaliner on, or do I have to take it all back to metal and start from scratch?

I appreciate your help with this.

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Hiya magnetman, without reviewing the previous 10,759 posts in this thread, I will just apologize in advance if this is a repetitive question.

I am getting ready to Monstaline my Jeep body tub, but it has an old, very worn bed liner material already in it. The existing coating is very beat up, and worn off in some spots. If needed I can provide a couple of pictures later this week when I get home. My question is whether or not I can just clean this existing mess up, MEK it and roll the Monstaliner on, or do I have to take it all back to metal and start from scratch?

I appreciate your help with this.
in all honesty i would take it back to metal so you don't have the ml start pealing because of poor adheason of the old liner
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post #10762 of 13188 Old 07-08-2013, 01:01 AM
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I got MEK from CarQuest. About $25 for a gallon. You may have to ask them to talk to their paint specialist.



I did not have time to ML within the 24 hour cure time of CS first coat. I did not scuff the second coat and sprayed the ML with in 12 hours. By the way, CS is a PAIN to scuff!!!
Ah I see, well I will be sure to lay it down within that timeframe then. I hate sanding!

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post #10763 of 13188 Old 07-08-2013, 04:56 AM
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Yea I checked Lowes, Ace, Walmart, local hardware store, all had substitute but not the real thing.
I used acetone and have not had any problems.
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post #10764 of 13188 Old 07-08-2013, 10:04 AM
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Hey Magnetman or anyone else that would know. I recently bought a frame for my YJ for a frame swap and I would just like to know how much chassis saver I would need to do the outside? Also the frame isn't new it has a bit of surface rust here and there but overall it's in great shape to be a 93 frame. But do I need to scuff the areas where the paint is still nice and semi gloss? Thanks.
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post #10765 of 13188 Old 07-08-2013, 12:55 PM
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in all honesty i would take it back to metal so you don't have the ml start pealing because of poor adheason of the old liner
Thanks Rodgers3, not the answer I wanted, but kind of the one I expected... :

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I am getting ready to order a kit to line the tub of my '04 TJ, and am debating spraying vs rolling. I would like to compare any differences in surface finish, does anyone have some close-up pics of both finishes? Also, if spraying, how far will the product drift? I'm thinking in terms of protecting other equipment / vehicles when I actually do the deed.

Thanks in advance!
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post #10767 of 13188 Old 07-09-2013, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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I am getting ready to order a kit to line the tub of my '04 TJ, and am debating spraying vs rolling. I would like to compare any differences in surface finish, does anyone have some close-up pics of both finishes? Also, if spraying, how far will the product drift? I'm thinking in terms of protecting other equipment / vehicles when I actually do the deed.

Thanks in advance!
Sprayed will vary more than this.
Overspray is slight but not like regular paint spraying where you have a mist that will drift. I would still cover the surrounding areas w/plastic

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post #10769 of 13188 Old 07-09-2013, 04:19 PM
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Thanks for the photos! I think I'll roll it, I like the finish better. From the website, a 1 gallon kit will be enough, correct?
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post #10770 of 13188 Old 07-10-2013, 11:06 AM
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order placed! thanks for the promo! ordered enough for two TJs and a golf cart. This should be fun.
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