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post #1246 of 13505 Old 04-30-2010, 09:31 PM Thread Starter
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I actually found a roller at Home Depot that I think will work perfectly.




We picked one of those up last night. The bag says it is solvent resistant. It was $4, and has some texture to it. Not quite the same as the rollers that come with the kit, but it should be enough to give a good base coat.
This will not give you texture. It will only spread the coating. Cut that into 2 x 4 inch lengths and use it for first coat.


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That is exactly what we got it for, the base coat. I will get better pics of it when I do the tub for this Jeep. Hopefully that can start late next week.

Hey, are you still looking for a late model pickup for the commercial? I might know of a 2003 Dakota 6' bed that you might be able to borrow for a few days. The bed never had any liner, so it is nice and scratched If you are, I can talk to the guy who owns it today (Saturday).

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This will not give you texture. It will only spread the coating. Cut that into 2 x 4 inch lengths and use it for first coat.
That makes sense, but why cut it in half?

Just to clarify, that means the texture of the first coat is irrelevant, basically, right? It's the second, finishing coat texture that matters, and only that coat?
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That is exactly what we got it for, the base coat. I will get better pics of it when I do the tub for this Jeep. Hopefully that can start late next week.

Hey, are you still looking for a late model pickup for the commercial? I might know of a 2003 Dakota 6' bed that you might be able to borrow for a few days. The bed never had any liner, so it is nice and scratched If you are, I can talk to the guy who owns it today (Saturday).
I have 1 more truck to do. I've got someone local who is going to leave it with us for up to 2 weeks. He bought it for his son who won't get his licence until June. Thanks anyway!

Turns out the TV production people don't want our video so everything we have will be used for training stuff on the website or YouTube

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That makes sense, but why cut it in half?

Just to clarify, that means the texture of the first coat is irrelevant, basically, right? It's the second, finishing coat texture that matters, and only that coat?
That was a 9" roller, too wide unless you are doing a trailer floor or similar.

Texture of the first coat will definitely influence the final texture. Using a regular fuzzy roller it's hard to get a level coat because
the coating gets sticky and the flat surface of a regular roller pulls the coating up. The blue foam still works better and the open cells
in the foam seem to keep the coating more level but bumpy

This coming week I'm doing some close-up videos on roller application so you'll be able to see what is hard to describe.
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I forgot, which bristle type brushes work better the nylon or natural?
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I forgot, which bristle type brushes work better the nylon or natural?
I like nylon because the bristles don't fall out and are more ridgid

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Just used the left over Monstaliner to do my down hill bike. i was going to a retro 80's look thus all the bright colors. just have to get it dirty now, what do you guys think...?
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I just got done rolling in the 1st coat, Im In SW FL and It looks great, Being so humid and hot down here the first coat is drying quite fast. Im going to wait another hour and go for the 2nd coat.
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I just got done rolling in the 1st coat, Im In SW FL and It looks great, Being so humid and hot down here the first coat is drying quite fast. Im going to wait another hour and go for the 2nd coat.
Don't hesitate to add a few ounces of MEK to the remaining portion to make rolling easier on 2nd coat

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I like nylon because the bristles don't fall out and are more ridgid
OK.. we got natural bristles used for solvent. I guess cause nylon would breakdown. We'll use them for the detail work on the first coat.

Delaying until next weekend if it's nice. But I got all the carpet out and other than some dirt and gunk, lookin rust free!!
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Is 1gal the smallest you can buy? I was looking for a quart of this stuff to start off before I decide if I wanted to use it further or for more things.

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You can order a sample chip. I don't think they have smaller packages for the stuff. I am personally getting very excited to strip down the interior and get this started. I can't wait.

That bike looks sweet. That was a great use for the extra liner.

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See thats my problem, I know if I buy a sample it won't cover the amount I am wanting to test it on. If I order a gallon I will have lots left over

Maybe in three weeks I'll just go with a gallon if there is no smaller selection.

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