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post #11041 of 13255 Old 08-26-2013, 04:07 PM
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What color is your exterior paint now?
It's black now but I have to take the hood down to bare metal and plan on the chasis coat for the primer for that.


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post #11042 of 13255 Old 08-26-2013, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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It's black now but I have to take the hood down to bare metal and plan on the chasis coat for the primer for that.
Make sure the metal is very rough (60 grit) before CS or use a regular metal primer

Anxious to see you complete this with 1 gallon. The PURP covers pretty well
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What's a reasonable selling price for a shirt like this when it's NOT being offered at a promo price?
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post #11044 of 13255 Old 08-26-2013, 06:36 PM
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Set up a card table on Montauk Hwy. and South Broadway and I'll buy one for $12 bucks and I'll buy a few gallons of black too

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Set up a card table on Montauk Hwy. and South Broadway and I'll buy one for $12 bucks and I'll buy a few gallons of black too
If you buy 2 gals I'll sell you the shirt for $8
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I'll get back to ya ---- and the next time I wave --- wave back ?

I was once a tree house.
I lived in a cake.
But I never saw the way - the orange slayed the rake --
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post #11047 of 13255 Old 08-26-2013, 07:21 PM
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What's a reasonable selling price for a shirt like this when it's NOT being offered at a promo price?
i think $15 would be an honest price.
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post #11048 of 13255 Old 08-26-2013, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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I'll get back to ya ---- and the next time I wave --- wave back ?
I'll try but jumping jacks are more my style
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Don't Yell At Me has some lead pigment in it so for a yellow it covers very well compared to lead free yellows which is what most of the auto industry is using now. You still may want to consider a base coat of a white primer which will help
Well, I guess that means I can't eat any paint then

Thanks for the advice. I'll be placing my order sometime next week. You guys seem to be my best option so far. Thanks for your help, I'm sure I'll be asking more questions the closer P-day comes.

And the shirts look awesome! I'm thinking $15-20ish would be a good starting price

There is no "I" in jeep. Just a lot of money.
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You mayl be better off breaking the job down in sections and get both coats on back to back without having to scuff.

Example: Roof + hood 1 day, then the sides, front and rear next day

Think about it
I wish I had thought about that before I did the whole car in one coat But the can started getting a lot of semi cured material in the last few panfulls and my roller was really wearing out fast. At least I know what to do differently for the second coat. I hope scuffing after 24h still adheres well!
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I wish I had thought about that before I did the whole car in one coat But the can started getting a lot of semi cured material in the last few panfulls and my roller was really wearing out fast. At least I know what to do differently for the second coat. I hope scuffing after 24h still adheres well!
Just scuff until you dull it down good and generate some fine whitish powder, clean with solvent

I've done this many times. You should have no problem
Don't miss any spots. Don't solvent clean until all is scuffed
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Can I use a DA on the big spots? I think the instructions said 220?
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post #11053 of 13255 Old 08-27-2013, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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Can I use a DA on the big spots? I think the instructions said 220?
You can use a DA anywhere but you risk cutting all the way down to metal with little effort especially when you hit ridges and edges
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Magnapoxy

I'm getting ready to coat my whole jeep in monstaliner. The paint that was on it is very questionable so I'm taking it down to bare metal.

I've ordered two gallons of your burnt orange and a gallon of the black. I wanna do the inside of the tub black and I was hoping to do the underside black. Is one gallon enough for this?

Also I'm gonna spray everything with your magnapoxy and I was wondering how rough should I scuff up the metal? And can I just spray the monstaliner right over the epoxy primer without scuffing.

Thanks

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I'm getting ready to coat my whole jeep in monstaliner. The paint that was on it is very questionable so I'm taking it down to bare metal.

I've ordered two gallons of your burnt orange and a gallon of the black. I wanna do the inside of the tub black and I was hoping to do the underside black. Is one gallon enough for this?

Also I'm gonna spray everything with your magnapoxy and I was wondering how rough should I scuff up the metal? And can I just spray the monstaliner right over the epoxy primer without scuffing.

Thanks

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Gallon of black will only do inside tub

The main benefit of epoxy is its adhesion so no extreme rougness is needed. Final 80 grit on bare metal is more than enough followed by solvent cleaning

ML over EP within 48 hrs and no scuff is needed
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