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post #11911 of Old 05-23-2014, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
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I've read through this entire thread over time and don't remember the answer to this (old age….I guess), so does Monstaliner adhere well to plywood and plastic ?? I'm considering building a project with materials I already have and know how to work with and want to know if these materials work well together.
Plastic needs adhesion promoter. What kind of plastic do you have?
http://www.monstaliner.com/documents...ng_Plastic.pdf

Raw wood needs to be sealed to avoid needing more than 2 coats of ML.
Clear oil base polyurethane like used on floors works well. Scuff when dry and put ML over it.

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post #11912 of Old 05-23-2014, 07:13 PM
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The plastic is styrene
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post #11913 of Old 05-23-2014, 11:15 PM Thread Starter
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The plastic is styrene
Polystyrene is much lower density than fender flare material and you may get better adhesion but this is not something we have tested.

What are you building? Is the plastic in sheets?
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post #11914 of Old 05-24-2014, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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I was bored so I made some smartphone wallpapers.
#2 look great on my Galaxy S3

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post #11915 of Old 05-24-2014, 12:30 PM
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I've read through this entire thread over time and don't remember the answer to this (old age….I guess), so does Monstaliner adhere well to plywood and plastic ?? I'm considering building a project with materials I already have and know how to work with and want to know if these materials work well together.
I would imagine so. I can tell you for sure it sticks to tires! My goodness I got a bit on there and it does NOT just peel off! lol

Being that wood has such much texture, even when sanded fine, I can see no reason it wouldn't adhere.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/finally-starting-yj-5-3l-bdturnkey-4l60e-novak-swap-2935953/
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Yes the styrene is in flat sheets, but I'm leaning towards not using it. I want to build a new bed for my utility trailer and I'd like for it to have a military look. If I proceed, most likely I'll build it with plywood, seal it and monstaline the entire thing and then bolt it to the trailer.
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How much would i need to line my Fiberglass CJ7 interior? Any special precautions?
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Crap! Figures that I check out this thread on w day after the memorial day sale. Es no muy bueno.
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still got to make mind up on exterior color.
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Planning on doing this this summer. Can't wait to get this all ordered!

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still got to make mind up on exterior color.
Same Color maybe? That looks nice man!

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post #11922 of Old 05-30-2014, 12:39 PM
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Pyroclastic - Looks great!

Pyroclastic
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1 qallon, had plenty for two thick coats on floor, tailgagte, firewall, and sides by doors. Had a little extra left over, but not much.
Used rolled up balls of blue masking tape to plug all the holes.
Taped the tube drain holes from underneath with masking tape so it wouldn't drip.
Remove the masking tape right after the 2nd coat other wise it may tear the new liner.
Make sure you do it in a well ventilated area.
Prep work was the key, lots of wire wheel, sanding and MEK for final wipe down.
Start to finish about 7 hours (with prep work)

SIMPLE TO DO, LOOKS AWESOME!

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post #11923 of Old 05-30-2014, 05:55 PM
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Looking for some measurements.

Can a few people with 2 door Jeeps other than a JK please measure between door hinges like arrows in the pic. Thanks!

Post measurement here or PM is fine also
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on my '98 - 9 1/8
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post #11924 of Old 06-05-2014, 12:42 PM Thread Starter
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How much would i need to line my Fiberglass CJ7 interior? Any special precautions?
1 gallon kit for interior. If it's painted fiberglass you treat it same as painted metal, scuff and solvent clean

Raw/new fiberglass needs epoxy primer first
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post #11925 of Old 06-05-2014, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Very nice job!

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Pyroclastic
Rolled
1 qallon, had plenty for two thick coats on floor, tailgagte, firewall, and sides by doors. Had a little extra left over, but not much.
Used rolled up balls of blue masking tape to plug all the holes.
Taped the tube drain holes from underneath with masking tape so it wouldn't drip.
Remove the masking tape right after the 2nd coat other wise it may tear the new liner.
Make sure you do it in a well ventilated area.
Prep work was the key, lots of wire wheel, sanding and MEK for final wipe down.
Start to finish about 7 hours (with prep work)

SIMPLE TO DO, LOOKS AWESOME!

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