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post #11356 of 13174 Old 12-12-2013, 09:00 AM
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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.
Ok. My next question is will there be a noticeable color difference with the desert sand monsta with the hood being primer gray and the rest of the Jeep being gold.

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There should be no difference over gray or gold. DSND covers very well

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Ok. My next question is will there be a noticeable color difference with the desert sand monsta with the hood being primer gray and the rest of the Jeep being gold.

Thank you,
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Can I apply more than 40 mils of material without any worries?
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post #11359 of 13174 Old 12-12-2013, 11:34 PM
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There should be no difference over gray or gold. DSND covers very well
Thanks a ton for answering all my questions. I want to make sure I do this right, I don't want the Monsta to fail due to my failure of prep. I just placed an order for your 2k Epoxy Primer. I'm going to roll it on. Another question, on your site you say to dual action sand with 180-220 grit, would a random orbit sander get the job done?

Again thanks for answering all my questions!!!
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post #11360 of 13174 Old 12-14-2013, 07:52 AM
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This is a bit of an odd question, but has anyone ever applied ML on/over Styrofoam, specifically medium density board (like the home insulation blue boards)? I have a project that needs a durable UV stable covering, and ML would work as long as it doesn't eat the foam!
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Got my rig sprayed in predator a few weeks ago and I absolutely love it. Great product.

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My project is about 90% done.

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Got my rig sprayed in predator a few weeks ago and I absolutely love it. Great product.
Looks many times better than before.
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Looks many times better than before.
Thanks! I've been driving it around like that for almost a year lol

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post #11364 of 13174 Old 12-15-2013, 01:08 PM
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has anyone used a wagner to spray monstaliner?

so I'm just wondering if I should spray or roll the ml on, I don't have a big compressor for a gun, but I do have a Wagner Control Spray Plus HVLP Low Overspray System, Model# 0518070 that is a 110v plug in, I have experience using Wagners, I sprayed plastic dip with this on a whole car, and turned out great, I'm just wondering if this is that much thicker then plastidip.
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so I'm just wondering if I should spray or roll the ml on, I don't have a big compressor for a gun, but I do have a Wagner Control Spray Plus HVLP Low Overspray System, Model# 0518070 that is a 110v plug in, I have experience using Wagners, I sprayed plastic dip with this on a whole car, and turned out great, I'm just wondering if this is that much thicker then plastidip.
Its pretty thick, and it thickens as you go. I'd recommend rolling it on.

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Got my rig sprayed in predator a few weeks ago and I absolutely love it. Great product.

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My project is about 90% done.
Looks much better

Build thread? I'd be interested to see the before, before pics...before the new front clip too

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post #11367 of 13174 Old 12-16-2013, 09:31 PM Thread Starter
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so I'm just wondering if I should spray or roll the ml on, I don't have a big compressor for a gun, but I do have a Wagner Control Spray Plus HVLP Low Overspray System, Model# 0518070 that is a 110v plug in, I have experience using Wagners, I sprayed plastic dip with this on a whole car, and turned out great, I'm just wondering if this is that much thicker then plastidip.
Wagner guns or any HVLP gun will not work with ML. Tip opening is way too small. Must use a shutz undercoat gun with compressor.
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This is a bit of an odd question, but has anyone ever applied ML on/over Styrofoam, specifically medium density board (like the home insulation blue boards)? I have a project that needs a durable UV stable covering, and ML would work as long as it doesn't eat the foam!
I suspect that the solvent in ML will start to dissolve that foam. You can seal the foam first with an industrial acrylic water base primer and it will protect the foam to use ML

If you want to do this I'll help you find a suitable primer as we don't make something like this rt now. You MAY be able to use a clear water base polyurethane sold in HD or Lowes designed for woodwork or wood floors. Will need to light scuff whatever is used before ML is put on top
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Thanks a ton for answering all my questions. I want to make sure I do this right, I don't want the Monsta to fail due to my failure of prep. I just placed an order for your 2k Epoxy Primer. I'm going to roll it on. Another question, on your site you say to dual action sand with 180-220 grit, would a random orbit sander get the job done?

Again thanks for answering all my questions!!!
You can use any small electric hand sander but be careful on corners, ridges, etc. It only takes one stroke to sand through to bare metal.
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