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post #11626 of 13284 Old 03-02-2014, 08:30 AM
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what is the best for painting my frame with? chassis saver or the actual monstaliner?
I would use por-15 for frame/chassis not the liner... Just my 2˘

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post #11627 of 13284 Old 03-02-2014, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
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what is the best for painting my frame with? chassis saver or the actual monstaliner?
ML is not normally used on frames, Chassis Saver is the item for that

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Got my rollers and decals, thanks!
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post #11629 of 13284 Old 03-04-2014, 04:19 PM
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Bumper and Jeep have been curing for the last 2-3 weeks. Both in a fairly temperature controlled area (Jeep is warmer than where the bumper is) and the bumper looks great! Going over to the Jeep Friday with my fingers crossed hoping it came out great! It's been sitting for the whole month of February.

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post #11630 of 13284 Old 03-05-2014, 11:26 AM
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I am about to order 2 gallons of black so that I can coat the exterior of my tj. I already have a gallon to do the interior. I have a couple questions about application but don't have time to read through 775 pages. Hopefully someone can answer these for me.

1. I have some dents that need to be bondo'd. They are small. Do these areas need to be primed prior to applying monstaliner?

2. I will be spraying the interior and exterior. Are there specific instructions for spraying such as thinning and application pattern. I saw in the spraying demo video that they did horizontal and vertical patterns.

3. Is monstaliner suitable for doing plastic fender flares or would these be better suited to a regular paint?

4. How long should I wait before doing the second coat? I saw some people mention that roughing was necessary. Is this only after you have waited to long?

5. What solvents work with this besides MEK if I can't find any in my area?

6. I plan on doing my bumpers in gloss black chassis saver. How long should I wait to apply monstaliner after and should the chassis saver be roughed before?

7. I have a dash painted In krylon fusion. Could monstaliner be applied over this or would it be a bad idea

Thanks for the help.
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post #11631 of 13284 Old 03-05-2014, 05:49 PM
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I rolled my bumper a few weeks ago and let it sit and cure for at least 2-3 weeks in a fairly warm, cold at times, room. And it's been quite cold lately. The bumper seems to be easy to scrape and reveal the white primer underneath. I've never dealt with bed liner before so I don't know how it should be, but could it still need to cure? I was carrying it and scraped it along a concrete wall and the liner chipped right off.


Would an additional heavy coat and warmer curing help?

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post #11632 of 13284 Old 03-06-2014, 07:49 AM
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Zero hour.... About to begin laying down the liner wish me luck
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post #11633 of 13284 Old 03-06-2014, 08:13 AM
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Good luck, if the weather holds out in Florida this weekend, I hope to be doing mine as well.

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I rolled my bumper a few weeks ago and let it sit and cure for at least 2-3 weeks in a fairly warm, cold at times, room. And it's been quite cold lately. The bumper seems to be easy to scrape and reveal the white primer underneath. I've never dealt with bed liner before so I don't know how it should be, but could it still need to cure? I was carrying it and scraped it along a concrete wall and the liner chipped right off.


Would an additional heavy coat and warmer curing help?
Concrete walls don't care about Monstaliner or anything for that matter.

What primer did you use?

Appx what was the temp when ML was first applied and then for the next 24 hrs?

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I am about to order 2 gallons of black so that I can coat the exterior of my tj. I already have a gallon to do the interior. I have a couple questions about application but don't have time to read through 775 pages. Hopefully someone can answer these for me.

1. I have some dents that need to be bondo'd. They are small. Do these areas need to be primed prior to applying monstaliner?

>>> Yes, never put ML direct over bondo. Need to prime.

2. I will be spraying the interior and exterior. Are there specific instructions for spraying such as thinning and application pattern. I saw in the spraying demo video that they did horizontal and vertical patterns.

>>> Reduce with 4 oz MEK, MEK Substitute or Acetone per gallon of ML. Spray @ 50 - 80 PSI, 1 light wet coat so you see a little of underlying surface showing through, 2nd medium wet coat to cover all and build thickness.

3. Is monstaliner suitable for doing plastic fender flares or would these be better suited to a regular paint?

>>> Not direct to plastic without adhesion promoter. Not many paints will stick to plastic unless they are designed for plastic.
See plasctic prep here
http://www.monstaliner.com/documents...ng_Plastic.pdf

4. How long should I wait before doing the second coat? I saw some people mention that roughing was necessary. Is this only after you have waited to long?

>>> 2nd coat in 45 - 60 mins. No roughing ML between coats unless it's left to cure too long. Colors must be recoated in less than 8 hours or scuffing is mandatory... and then you need to wait because you can't scuff with only 8 hours dry time. Black is more forgiving and can be recoated next day without scuffing.

5. What solvents work with this besides MEK if I can't find any in my area?

>>> Answered above

6. I plan on doing my bumpers in gloss black chassis saver. How long should I wait to apply monstaliner after and should the chassis saver be roughed before?

>>> ML over CS in 5 - 18 hours without scuffing. After that need to scuff.

7. I have a dash painted In krylon fusion. Could monstaliner be applied over this or would it be a bad idea

>>> Probably with scuffing but we've never tested that. Not sure I would take a chance to find out on your own.

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I used that Rustoleum bare metal primer. It's white, so unfortunately this sticks out with pyroclastic. It was rolled inside, but next to a door going to outside. It wasn't cold up there, like no need for a sweatshirt or anything, but it was cold enough to where my clear coat wasn't sticking to my grille, which I painted after i rolled, so I didn't think much about it.. The bumper is in storage now with the jeep, so another coat could cure better. However the bumper is going on soon.

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All done went extremely well... Word of advice buy the 2" rollers they are essential makes everything so much easier and uniform...



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Magnet,

I saw where Magnet Paints and Chassis Saver are going to be featured on the new season of Gearz. Awesome stuff. I know your stuff has been used before but any details to what we can expect?

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I saw where Magnet Paints and Chassis Saver are going to be featured on the new season of Gearz. Awesome stuff. I know your stuff has been used before but any details to what we can expect?

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Are you talking about this new season on the new network?
Can you show me where you saw this

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So did I do my bumper wrong? Will it need a whole other coat or will I need to sand off as much as I can and re apply another primer?

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