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Unread 07-24-2013, 01:51 PM   #376
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I can flip back and check it out but I'm on my phone right now. Any pics of the navy blue (I think it's called midnight)?

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Unread 07-24-2013, 03:40 PM   #377
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Here's one first coat only. Not many of these around

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Unread 07-24-2013, 07:50 PM   #378
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Here's one first coat only. Not many of these around
Thanks. If I wanted to do a white roof and navy blue everything else what would you suggest
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Unread 07-24-2013, 11:42 PM   #379
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Thanks. If I wanted to do a white roof and navy blue everything else what would you suggest
Exteriors in general use between 1.5 - 2 gallons

Measure your roof sq footage to see how much white you will need

General coverage is 15 sq ft per quart, 60 sq ft per gallon
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Unread 07-24-2013, 11:55 PM   #380
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Exteriors in general use between 1.5 - 2 gallons

Measure your roof sq footage to see how much white you will need

General coverage is 15 sq ft per quart, 60 sq ft per gallon
So probably buy the 2 gal kit for the exterior and (x) quarts for the roof
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Unread 07-25-2013, 12:10 AM   #381
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About 4 years ago i Herculined the interior of my Jeep and im not too happy with how it came out. Since day one its looked terrible and faded within the first couple of weeks. Does any body know if i could apply Monstaliner over the previous bedliner?
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About 4 years ago i Herculined the interior of my Jeep and im not too happy with how it came out. Since day one its looked terrible and faded within the first couple of weeks. Does any body know if i could apply Monstaliner over the previous bedliner?
Is the Herc peeling at all or or just faded?
Does it seem to be stuck well everywhere?
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Unread 07-28-2013, 12:25 AM   #384
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Planning on monstalining the jeep black, I hate my jeep somedays in white and I'm going to be fabing up some stuff that will make the paint bite the dust. ***My question is should I spray it or roll it? Also do I get a discount being on the forum?
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Planning on monstalining the jeep black, I hate my jeep somedays in white and I'm going to be fabing up some stuff that will make the paint bite the dust. ***My question is should I spray it or roll it? Also do I get a discount being on the forum?

- Rolling is more work, 2 hrs minimum wait between coats, less masking

- Spraying is faster, 1 hr between coats, more masking to protect from overspray

Texture varies some between both methods

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Unread 07-28-2013, 01:35 AM   #386
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- Rolling is more work, 2 hrs minimum wait between coats, less masking

- Spraying is faster, 1 hr between coats, more masking to protect from overspray

Texture varies some between both methods

See promo link in my sig below for JF deal
Appreciate it, I plan on thinning it before hand
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Is the Herc peeling at all or or just faded?
Does it seem to be stuck well everywhere?
It's pretty faded, and peeling in some areas, mostly the cargo (I dont have a back seat) and by the gas/brake/clutch pedals. And their are a couple of spots that i would like to touch up that i missed previously
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Unread 07-29-2013, 06:52 AM   #388
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It's pretty faded, and peeling in some areas, mostly the cargo (I dont have a back seat) and by the gas/brake/clutch pedals. And their are a couple of spots that i would like to touch up that i missed previously
Faded is good because it will help adhesion but you still need to scuff it somehow.
Because Herculiner has crumb tire rubber bits in it, scuffing can pose a challenge.
Wire brushing is going to get between the rubber. If you tried to sand, it would be like sanding a rubber ball.

You need to check carefully around the areas that are peeling.
Pick at the edges to see if the coating continues to peel.
You don't want to coat over areas that are not stuck well or anything new you put over this could start coming off with the old coating.

If you have any bare metal areas you need to address this by spot priming.

Once you've wire brushed it all you want to solvent clean with MEK, Acetone or MEK Substitute
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This is all Monstaliner... Apocalypse + Black

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