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post #11191 of 13251 Old 09-29-2013, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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Can't go wrong if you have enough

Rolling or spraying?

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Hi Eric... I was referring to the MagnaPoxy 2k epoxy primer. You answered my question... looks like the two quart version will be enough.

Is it recommended to do 1 or 2 coats of MagnaPoxy if I am doing it over bare metal?

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Can't go wrong if you have enough

Rolling or spraying?
I'll be rolling per your earlier note... with the hot dog rollers?

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This is a link to the apocalypse paint Eric sells. I sprayed it on my dash.

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post #11195 of 13251 Old 10-02-2013, 08:39 PM
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I'm looking into monstaliner for a fiberglass hardtop. What is the best way to go about it? Do I need to prime the fiberglass with anything or just roll it on?


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I'm looking into monstaliner for a fiberglass hardtop. What is the best way to go about it? Do I need to prime the fiberglass with anything or just roll it on?


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If the glass is in good condition just scuff w/120, solvent clean and roll
No primer needed
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Just ordered some paint chips and literature from you. Am wondering. Currently I have crappy Crustoleum Spray bedliner on the inside of my tailgate, 98 TJ, and even after following their instructions and not having anything back there for over a week. I put my tool box in and 3 days later I have spots missing where the drawers hit the tailgate.
What will I have to do to prep the tailgate to ML it? Does it need to be sanded down to the paint coat or all the way bare or just enough to get that crap off it?

Another question is if right now I only want to do the tailgate in a tintable color do you offer cans for that? I will be doing the tub totally and ordering the kit once I get the info and chips but for now just want to do the tailgate.

My idea of help from the man above is a sniper on the roof.
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More info needed:

Is the Crustoleum liner used from a spray bomb?

Where the drawers hit and "spots are missing", Is this down to the metal now or down to the original paint?

What surface prep did you do before installing the Crustoleum?


We have quarts of tintable you can use on the gate, quarts do 15 sq ft




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Just ordered some paint chips and literature from you. Am wondering. Currently I have crappy Crustoleum Spray bedliner on the inside of my tailgate, 98 TJ, and even after following their instructions and not having anything back there for over a week. I put my tool box in and 3 days later I have spots missing where the drawers hit the tailgate.
What will I have to do to prep the tailgate to ML it? Does it need to be sanded down to the paint coat or all the way bare or just enough to get that crap off it?

Another question is if right now I only want to do the tailgate in a tintable color do you offer cans for that? I will be doing the tub totally and ordering the kit once I get the info and chips but for now just want to do the tailgate.
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