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If I wanted to match the factory color of my Jeep to do an small portion of it, what product do I need to buy from you? Also what would I need to buy from an automotive paint place to "tint" the Monstaliner to accomplish my paint color? I am not an professional auto painter haha!

I know you have said in the past that metallic paint has not been experimented with, but I guess I will see.

Looks like an great product for toughness!

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Just a quick one to glean some info, so many pages!!....
Had to remove a lot of old black bedliner in the back of my CJ and went down to bare metal in multiple areas... That and along with some pitted rust in the front floor boards (treated with Prep and Etch, seemed to kill the rust in the pits quite well) need to be primed... I have to cans of the 2 part epoxy primer (Max) but it is a beige color. Can I spray that on the bare metal AND adjacent scuffed paint or just the bare metal? Sort of like spraying the bare metal and having the overspray go on the scuffed paint.

OR would rustoleum gray auto primer work just as well and can that go on the bare metal and some paint? Once Epoxy or regular primer are applied, the window to get the ML on is 48 hours? or ?
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Rims. I have the factory Jeep 5 spoke alloy rims that came on my XJ. I am probably going to keep them due to budget and priorities. Can I use the Monsta on them? I don't recall seeing any pictures of it. Problem is, I would have to roll / bush it. Is this possible or been tackled before?

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If I wanted to match the factory color of my Jeep to do an small portion of it, what product do I need to buy from you? Also what would I need to buy from an automotive paint place to "tint" the Monstaliner to accomplish my paint color? I am not an professional auto painter haha!

I know you have said in the past that metallic paint has not been experimented with, but I guess I will see.

Looks like an great product for toughness!
You can add automotive tints to the tintable liner

Need to purchase "basecoat toners" only with no binder, reducer or balancers added. No waterbase or lacquer products. Quantity to purchase depends on how much liner you are tinting

Metallics will not work well if rolling. You could have trouble getting it to look uniform without seeing variations where you rolled in different directions. Spraying will work. Certain colors will need additional coats (more than 2) for correct coverage and appearance
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No issue at all getting overspray on the scuffed paint areas


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Just a quick one to glean some info, so many pages!!....
Had to remove a lot of old black bedliner in the back of my CJ and went down to bare metal in multiple areas... That and along with some pitted rust in the front floor boards (treated with Prep and Etch, seemed to kill the rust in the pits quite well) need to be primed... I have to cans of the 2 part epoxy primer (Max) but it is a beige color. Can I spray that on the bare metal AND adjacent scuffed paint or just the bare metal? Sort of like spraying the bare metal and having the overspray go on the scuffed paint.

OR would rustoleum gray auto primer work just as well and can that go on the bare metal and some paint? Once Epoxy or regular primer are applied, the window to get the ML on is 48 hours? or ?
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Rims. I have the factory Jeep 5 spoke alloy rims that came on my XJ. I am probably going to keep them due to budget and priorities. Can I use the Monsta on them? I don't recall seeing any pictures of it. Problem is, I would have to roll / bush it. Is this possible or been tackled before?
Post pic of what the rims look like. Are they bare metal or with coating on them?
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This doesnt realy apply to me but I was wondering with all the people asking about tinting with a
Automotive paint..
What about white monsta then spraying over it within the recoat window?
Would that work or not? It was just something I was wondering.
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This doesnt realy apply to me but I was wondering with all the people asking about tinting with a
Automotive paint..
What about white monsta then spraying over it within the recoat window?
Would that work or not? It was just something I was wondering.
That should work in theory but we have not tested it other than after longer cure with scuffing
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You can add automotive tints to the tintable liner

Need to purchase "basecoat toners" only with no binder, reducer or balancers added. No waterbase or lacquer products. Quantity to purchase depends on how much liner you are tinting

Metallics will not work well if rolling. You could have trouble getting it to look uniform without seeing variations where you rolled in different directions. Spraying will work. Certain colors will need additional coats (more than 2) for correct coverage and appearance
Ok, thanks for getting back to me. Where do I purchase an basecoat toner with nothing added that you said? I have searched and only found it with an reducer added. I am looking for Jeep PQ7 (Gunmetal Pearl Coat) I will not be adding metallic then. Is there an place you know of?

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