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post #11986 of 13206 Old 06-24-2014, 04:31 PM
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If I primerd my vehicle then later wanted to Monstaline, would it stick to that or would I have to sand that down as well?


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If I primerd my vehicle then later wanted to Monstaline, would it stick to that or would I have to sand that down as well?
I didn't sand down after priming with rustoleoum primer that was suggested earlier in this thread, also waited a couple days between priming and monstalining, it's been holding up for ~2yrs

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post #11988 of 13206 Old 06-24-2014, 07:49 PM
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Right on. I may just go straight to lining it. I'll want to use the spray method this time around. I'm assuming I can get a rougher texture with the gun? I need to get a compressor too.. Any spec recommendations? haha

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post #11989 of 13206 Old 06-24-2014, 10:18 PM Thread Starter
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If I primerd my vehicle then later wanted to Monstaline, would it stick to that or would I have to sand that down as well?
It's always best to run a scotchbrite pad over primer that has cured for a while. You going to have dust and dirt on there and it may not all come off with just washing. The light abrasion is insurance for adhesion.
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post #11991 of 13206 Old 06-24-2014, 10:34 PM
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It's always best to run a scotchbrite pad over primer that has cured for a while. You going to have dust and dirt on there and it may not all come off with just washing. The light abrasion is insurance for adhesion.
Yeah that's what I figured. I'm just going to save time and money and bed line it. How rough of a texture can the spray gun produce? I'm assuming it's similar to this?

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Yeah that's what I figured. I'm just going to save time and money and bed line it. How rough of a texture can the spray gun produce? I'm assuming it's similar to this?
Scroll back 6 posts to what Copperhead89 just posted. That's a perfect example
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post #11993 of 13206 Old 06-25-2014, 08:27 AM
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Ah very nice. That wasn't coming up on my phone.. I'll be spraying it then.

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So by spraying it in would it be harder to clean with all of the extra texture?

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post #11995 of 13206 Old 06-25-2014, 08:58 AM Thread Starter
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So by spraying it in would it be harder to clean with all of the extra texture?
No, same cleanability. Products like Herculiner have very rough texture which traps dirt in the valleys between the sharp points of the texture. ML is way different
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post #11996 of 13206 Old 06-25-2014, 11:58 AM
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How does Medium Quartz Gray come out? I kind of want to do something besides black since every vehicle on my driveway is black, and I already have a black ML vehicle. I saw a pic of a Wrangler with it and it looks really nice especially with black accents.

I'm debating between Pyroclastic and Medium Quartz Gray. I didn't like how Pyro came out on my bumper with the black exterior, but I think if it was a main color it'd look better. Does spraying it or adding MEK alter the color at all? I rolled Pyroclastic onto a bare metal bumper that had white bare metal primer on it. Could that have affected the outcome? My new vehicle is black.

This guy's Pyroclastic Jeep from this thread looks nice:


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All pics are PYRO but the pickup rockers are Med Quartz Gray.
Adding MEK or spraying does not affect color.
First choice for primer should always be closer to final color so for MQG or PYRO I would prime gray before white.
Does not affect the final job but if you get some chips the primer will show through.
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Now I'm leaning more towards Pyro. It's a great color, I just didn't like it as a bumper color with a black exterior. I wish I would have primed the bumper better, but you live you learn. Do you recommend me priming the black Jeep gray or would a sanded black Jeep be fine for Pyro or MQG?

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Now I'm leaning more towards Pyro. It's a great color, I just didn't like it as a bumper color with a black exterior. I wish I would have primed the bumper better, but you live you learn. Do you recommend me priming the black Jeep gray or would a sanded black Jeep be fine for Pyro or MQG?
No, just scuff black for grays or PYRO
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post #12000 of 13206 Old 06-26-2014, 06:28 AM
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Just did my hardtop in Pyro over the weekend, it was the grey/ khaki color before. Turned out great! I was debating between that and med quartz grey for a while. Glad I went with the pyro. Thanks Monsta!


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