He's a good boy. Was raised well. They are highly intelligent, so you have to keep them busy and challenge them or they will demonstrate (what we call) destructive behavior while keeping themselves busy. He knows a lot of tricks: sit, stay, shake, dance, figure 8, 360. He is litter trained. He can get aggressive toward visitors on his territory, trying to break that habit. Oh, and my favorite trick is backrub. I lay on the floor and he snouts my back.
I am interested to see how the finished product looks on a hard top and if it is properly prepped how long is it expected to last.
The color in my spice color top has faded away just like our Bill of Rights.
I would like to roll-on the Monsta Spice Color to get some life back into the hard top.
I clicked through to page 24 looking for a hard top...did not find one...made this reply hoping there was an example to see.
Maybe they were banned? only 10 roll-ons instead of 30? NY-Safe compliant?
Not trying to dissuade you from putting Monstaliner on your hard top--I've got spice Monsta in my tub--but have you tried Penetrol on your hard top? It brought my spice one back to life.
On the pig--I see wood floors in one of those pics, don't the hooves trash it up?
I've heard of people using penetrol on hard tops but have not seen the results. Anyone know how long it has lasted?
I don't know about hardtops but I put it on my faded shutters early last summer, they still look like the day I did then (almost 9 months)
My brother just put it on his avalanche and it looks like new.
Depends on how much UV you get. In North Carolina, it lasted a few years. Since I moved down here to south Florida, maybe a year. But it's not a lot of labor compared to Monstaliner which needs the mixing and rolling etc. I've just used a rag and paintbrush and been fine.