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post #11116 of 13185 Old 09-06-2013, 07:38 AM
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Hey Eric, is there a tintable repair kit ? (Size and price?)

I didn't see any notes on when to peel off tape from windows/trim and ended up pulling it up too long after and it was a nightmare ha Ended up having some liner come off with it and what not and I'd like to clean it up.

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Hey Eric, is there a tintable repair kit ? (Size and price?)

I didn't see any notes on when to peel off tape from windows/trim and ended up pulling it up too long after and it was a nightmare ha Ended up having some liner come off with it and what not and I'd like to clean it up.

Thanks (looks awesome!)
Tintable repair kits are available but not sold online
Phone order only
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Sorry, 8 ounces, $25 includes shipping and kit includes mini roller kit

The color comes premixed with the repair kits and you add only the catalyst

Kit covers appx 3.5 sq ft
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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.
If you can't spray into these cracks/tight spots you can maybe jam a paint brush in there?

Yes on filler and you just put epoxy prime over it when cured and shaped
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If you can't spray into these cracks/tight spots you can maybe jam a paint brush in there?

Yes on filler and you just put epoxy prime over it when cured and shaped
I can spray into these cracks, I just can't get in to scuff them. Is that okay? Lol

I'm asking how critical it is if I can't scuff these areas up.

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I can spray into these cracks, I just can't get in to scuff them. Is that okay? Lol
Yes just see of you can at least solvent clean the areas somehow to make sure there is no oils or contaminants
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Sorry, 8 ounces, $25 includes shipping and kit includes mini roller kit

The color comes premixed with the repair kits and you add only the catalyst

Kit covers appx 3.5 sq ft
Next step up would be, a quart kit?

I ask because I have some "blotchyness" as well that I'd like to recoat. I did 4 coats total here, and I know the pictures aren't great but they are patchy as ****! Completely coated, just more "sheen" in some spots it seems. I was quite thorough in my spraying methods as well, same distance from surface, same spray pattern etc.


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Hinges and detail

Eric,
Sent you an email several days ago. Anyway, anyone have any ideas how I can Monstaliner this with out sealing the hinges or loosing all the details in the speaker cut outs?
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Eric,
Sent you an email several days ago. Anyway, anyone have any ideas how I can Monstaliner this with out sealing the hinges or loosing all the details in the speaker cut outs?
Sorry I got buried in emails
I saw the pic. The detail you have there seems very small and I have no idea what you going to get if you spray ML on that. You asked about paint and this may be the best way to go.
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Next step up is 1 quart
How much tintable liner did you use on that rig?

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Next step up would be, a quart kit?

I ask because I have some "blotchyness" as well that I'd like to recoat. I did 4 coats total here, and I know the pictures aren't great but they are patchy as ****! Completely coated, just more "sheen" in some spots it seems. I was quite thorough in my spraying methods as well, same distance from surface, same spray pattern etc.


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Next step up is 1 quart
How much tintable liner did you use on that rig?
2 gallons in total. Had a little left over of the second gallon- hated to waste it but everything looked pretty even and 4 coats.
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Do you have a color match for Apocalypse? Or do you want to try the dash as a test case for your concoction?
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Any idea when the next promotion is going to come up? I missed the last one, but I'm ready to order.

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Do you have a color match for Apocalypse? Or do you want to try the dash as a test case for your concoction?
Yes we make regular paints in all Monstaliner colors
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