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post #11341 of 13249 Old 12-09-2013, 03:54 PM
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Hey Eric I see I just missed a deal on chassis saver but was woundering if you will be running any sales soon or ... I need a few quarts for my jeep wagoneer frame and floor repair and thought I would check in with you before I just ordered them . Thanks

Here's what I'm working on , right now striping all the old undercoating off so I can do all the welding on the frame I need to do

This is what the frame goes to



Ill just leave this here man I love this color !



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post #11342 of 13249 Old 12-09-2013, 05:17 PM
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I think I'd be more concerned about the heater doing damage to you and your house if you burn yourself up
yeah I been using a kerosene heater to heat the garage up during the winter while I wrench. there is a good draft in there for air, I just seen someone ask if a propane heater would be ok while rolling the liner, and you was concerned about the 2 for a bad combination.. I just wasn't sure if the fumes from the monstaliner would be bad while the heater is on. I would definitely have a mask on, and be taking breaks.
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Don't do it!!!! Any spark or fire can ignite a flash fire.
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post #11344 of 13249 Old 12-10-2013, 04:49 PM
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can anyone tell me whats best for my application? i want to use CS because of its resistance to brake fluid.

i bought a reman/new brake booster and want to paint it for protection. im thinking it's too new and smooth for cs to adhere. if i remember correctly eric reccomends the primer grey rattle can first correct?

second i have both the silver and gloss black on hand. im thing primer and then gloss?
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ok, thanks, guess I'm waiting until february.. :-/
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post #11346 of 13249 Old 12-10-2013, 08:12 PM
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can anyone tell me whats best for my application? i want to use CS because of its resistance to brake fluid.

i bought a reman/new brake booster and want to paint it for protection. im thinking it's too new and smooth for cs to adhere. if i remember correctly eric reccomends the primer grey rattle can first correct?

second i have both the silver and gloss black on hand. im thing primer and then gloss?
Clean it really good with MEK or Acetone then coat it with what ever color CS you want, no primer needed.
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post #11347 of 13249 Old 12-10-2013, 11:20 PM
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Got my monsta bout a week ago. Am extremely excited to get this moving.

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post #11348 of 13249 Old 12-11-2013, 10:18 PM
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So I have a question that I bet had been answered but can't find it. I know CS is not UV stable but the only reference is that the black will color fade. But does it actually break down in some other way? I have some on my window light and brush guard bar and it has faded like I wanted it too but then got to thinking about the stability and if it was just color.

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-because of above - removed ugly third light tower completely
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post #11349 of 13249 Old 12-11-2013, 11:05 PM
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Quick question for magnetman, can the Chassis Saver Floor & Machine Grey be used as a primer for Monsta? And can it be applied to bare metal. I ask because my hood and roof are flaking the color and clear coat pretty bad with some rust on the roof. My plan is to take them to the bare metal and apply the chassis saver as the primer. Or should I take it down to the factory primer the best I can and apply the CS? And if I do need to prime them would something like the rust oleum automotive primer work?

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post #11350 of 13249 Old 12-11-2013, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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So I have a question that I bet had been answered but can't find it. I know CS is not UV stable but the only reference is that the black will color fade. But does it actually break down in some other way? I have some on my window light and brush guard bar and it has faded like I wanted it too but then got to thinking about the stability and if it was just color.

It's only the surface appearance that changes because the polymer is not UV stable. As long as you have sufficient film thickness (2 coats minimum), the product will still do what it's designed to and prevent moisture from getting to the steel.
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post #11351 of 13249 Old 12-12-2013, 12:06 AM Thread Starter
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Quick question for magnetman, can the Chassis Saver Floor & Machine Grey be used as a primer for Monsta? And can it be applied to bare metal. I ask because my hood and roof are flaking the color and clear coat pretty bad with some rust on the roof. My plan is to take them to the bare metal and apply the chassis saver as the primer. Or should I take it down to the factory primer the best I can and apply the CS? And if I do need to prime them would something like the rust oleum automotive primer work?

Thanks
Any of CS the colors can be used under ML. I do not personally recommend using the satin black on large areas under ML. Small spots are OK.

In the case of bare, clean metal... you MUST make that surface very rough or you could have adhesion issues with Chassis Saver. 50 - 60 grit sand scratching is best. No wire wheeling.

If you are gong to prime bare metal before ML (instead of using CS), use an automotive grade primer like our 2K epoxy or Universal primer. Local NAPA parts stores that sell paint will sell 2K epoxy primer in 2 quart kits.

For spray can primer, use Rustoleum "Automotive" primer available at Lowes or HD

In the spring we will have a few different spray can primers available for sale.
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can anyone tell me whats best for my application? i want to use CS because of its resistance to brake fluid.

i bought a reman/new brake booster and want to paint it for protection. im thinking it's too new and smooth for cs to adhere. if i remember correctly eric reccomends the primer grey rattle can first correct?

second i have both the silver and gloss black on hand. im thing primer and then gloss?
If you think it's too smooth for CS to adhere it prob is too smooth.
Depending on what you want for your final finish, you could rough up the metal for CS or just clean the metal well and use metal primer instead of CS
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Hey Eric I see I just missed a deal on chassis saver but was woundering if you will be running any sales soon or ... I need a few quarts for my jeep wagoneer frame and floor repair and thought I would check in with you before I just ordered them . Thanks

Here's what I'm working on , right now striping all the old undercoating off so I can do all the welding on the frame I need to do

This is what the frame goes to



Ill just leave this here man I love this color !
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So what is the best way to get the most texture out of this?
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post #11355 of 13249 Old 12-12-2013, 02:35 AM Thread Starter
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So what is the best way to get the most texture out of this?
see this PDF on texture. It discusses how to get less texture but you'll get the point regarding more texture
http://www.monstaliner.com/documents...ss-Texture.pdf
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