I am definitely going to do my Wrangler. I finally have the money, it may take me a few weeks to do it though. I will definitely post up pics of what I do. I'd like to order it tomorrow from your site, can't wait!
First Jeep was an 1989 YJ, 6 cylinder 4.2L , 258. Nuttered and TeamRushed, Weber 38 DGES, Now, I'm venturing into the world of Grand Cherokees
So I couldn't find MEK anywhere and everyone I asked looked at me like I was an idiot....SO I bought some paintstripper and am going to try it....The problem is like all the paint and strippers and epoxys ect... suck here in California because of all the regulations....Like even the paint shops in town that I have talked to have told me if I wanted really good paint that would last a long time to buy it out of state....it sucks
yea I just looked online and it looks like sometime in the last ten years CAL-OSHA banned it in the work place...Which I'm guessing if it got banned in the work place it got pulled from the shelves. Because there really isn't much of a market for that stuff for personal use haha. Also if OSHA banned it I'm sure the state wasn't too far behind and banned it just havn't been able to find any evidence of this just a lot of talk on forums. Nevada is a little over 2 hours from me. So I'll see how the paint stripper works and then go from there....THe stuff is already somewhat comming off its just awkard because its on the bottom of the tub.... So all the ribs make it a little more time consuming.
well I'm media blasting the whole jeep then once I clean all the media out with just good ole laquer thinner I'm going to spray self etching primer on the whole jeep....Then once the whole jeep is primed I'm going to line the inside. and Coat the bottom of it with my POR...Still undecided if once I POR it, I want to line it also or not...I'm thinking not but it would help with noise and insulation. but then also it will be harder to keep clean...Yes I know its the underside of the jeep but I like to keep stuff clean which is why all this rust has been driving me crazy
I know BESRK uses TSP on his bumpers. That is how they stay nice and shiny for 2 weeks without any coating applied to them. I think that stuff would really eat at the metal, but I don't know how well it works on various coatings.
I know we used that stuff to clean walls before we painted them. Really diluted, but seemed to work. Now they even have a PHOSPHATE free TSP ?? Kinda isn't TSP with out it but hey... maybe they sell that in California?
I know they have this industrial type of gell that is super good at removing stuff but I don't believe you can buy it for personal use it has to be discarded all bio chemical like and what not but my friend uses it in his auto body class and it works wonders....Too bad he can't sneak me some haha I think this stripper will work alright I hope....