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post #11101 of 13188 Old 09-05-2013, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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I'll be ordering Apocalypse tomorrow but before I do...I have some small patches of surface rust on my rockers. I'm guessing I could use the "Repair Kit *BLACK* 8 Ounce" to sand and repair the area before applying the Monstaliner? If not, what do you recommend to sand and primer the area?
Monstaliner repair material is only used to fix or patch an existing ML installation and you never want to put ML direct over rust or bare metal.

I would coarse sand (50 grit) those spots to the bare metal and use Chassis Saver as a primer. Let that cure, scuff surface and put ML over the CS.

Alternate primer would be a spray can of Rustoleum automotive primer after same coarse sanding to bare metal.

Got to be careful with rockers. I've seen too many problems with blisters coming up after coating or rust coming back through so you're best off removing it completely first.

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Will do. Thanks. Excited to get this put together!
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Got my Monstaliner and CS yesterday.

Just put a coat of CS down on the floor of the jeep. Seems to be great stuff and has awesome coverage even on rust.

100% humidity here and 70 degrees so it should dry pretty hard and fast too
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Quick question. For the hard to reach places when sanding, can I just spray some etching primer on them before I apply the magnapoxy?
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How long do I have once Monstaliner is opened before it goes bad? I plan on doing my jeep soon and my dads truck bed later on down the road if possible.

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Quick question. For the hard to reach places when sanding, can I just spray some etching primer on them before I apply the magnapoxy?
Nooo, etch primer does not work well under ML

Are these areas bare metal or with paint?
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How long do I have once Monstaliner is opened before it goes bad? I plan on doing my jeep soon and my dads truck bed later on down the road if possible.
It's a 2 part product. You mix the catalyst and you have 6 - 8 hrs to complete your job
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It's a 2 part product. You mix the catalyst and you have 6 - 8 hrs to complete your job
Ok thanks. For some reason I thought only the colors had two parts and the black was just one. Dumb me haha

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Colors are 3 parts, liner + catalyst + color

Black is 2 parts, liner + catalyst
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Nooo, etch primer does not work well under ML

Are these areas bare metal or with paint?
It's bare aluminum right now. I'm shooting your magnapoxy over the aluminum then the ML over the magnapoxy. So your saying etching primer would not be good under the magnapoxy?

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It's bare aluminum right now. I'm shooting your magnapoxy over the aluminum. So your saying etching primer would not be good under the magnapoxy?
That is correct
Epoxy primer has the best adhesion of anything to bare steel and aluminum so using self etch under it is a waste of time and will be a weaker bond.
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That is correct
Epoxy primer has the best adhesion of anything to bare steel and aluminum so using self etch under it is a waste of time and will be a weaker bond.
So what can I do for the hard to reach places, scuffing up wise? Will it be okay if I can't scuff it?

Sorry for the dumb questions man. I'm learning.
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So what can I do for the hard to reach places, scuffing up wise? Will it be okay if I can't scuff it?

Sorry for the dumb questions man. I'm learning.
What are you coating?

How hard to reach are these areas?

There's no dumb Qs that's what this thread is for
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The aluminum is the tub. Hard to reach areas are like up in cracks. They'll be noticed to the eye but probably not gonna see any touching of feet, hands and what not. The doors and hood are bare steel. I will need a little filler work done on them if that is okay before the epoxy. My front fenders are primed already but I've had to do mods to them so there's bare steel in spots. Those I can take down to bare steel if need be before shooting the epoxy.

I feel these are dumb questions lol. I'm anal as all get out man and I want this to be perfect and done once. Thanks for answering all this.
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