I saw that color too and I like it, I just orders a color sample of read my lips, pyroclastic, desert sand, white and sans panties.
1998 TJ Wrangler 4.0 5 Speed - 2.5 inch Rough Country Lift - 31 inch Kelley Safaris -Quadratec QRC Front Bumper - KC Apollo Long Range Lights - Badlands 9000# Winch (Don't judge I got it for free)
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1 gallon black kit (should have ordered an additional quart). Ordered extra rollers. Bought a bunch of aftermarket paint brushes, but the bristles keep falling out. Ran out of Monstaliner about 7/8ths of the way through, some areas only have a very light coating. I could never get the texture as rugged as I wanted.
I know this may have been mentioned but will monstaliner apply to fender flares? What steps will I need to take? Wipe down with cleaner and spray?
Bulldog adhesion promoter will work, BUT be prepared for it to eventually crack or chip IF, and I say IF you really tweak the plastic molding. Even the Monstaliner will have it limits of stretch before pulling against itself on plastic. The one thing you will have going for you is thickness.
IMO I think if you rig will see trail use use something you can touch up easily, but that's just me in regards to the plastic on exterior.
Penetrol is a paint additive, you can pick it up at any hardware store for about $10/can. It has a side use as a fiberglass restorative for boats--or Jeep hard tops. It takes a few days to dry and it's sticky when first applied, so do it in a garage and leave it alone or you'll get bugs and dust stuck on. Just paint it on with a sponge brush, I use less than 1/2 can for the hard top every few years. I mean, it's amazing the job it'll do. Your hard top will look freshly painted and shiny. I just put it on my 16 year old hard top a week ago, I'll get a pic up this afternoon. But google penetrol and Jeep hard top and you'll see some examples.
I LOVE Monstaliner in my tub. But I really think it's designed for hard surfaces like metals. Fiberglass can flex a bit and you don't want it to flake off.
Sprayed on 1 gallon interior and 2 gallons exterior. Used 2 medium coats to cover well and didn't worry about texture and then did 4 very light coats about an hour apart at 85 psi with the economy shutz gun to create a rougher texture. I think the texture turned out perfect for what I wanted. I didn't thin the liner either. I'll post completed pics once it's out of the booth and put back together.