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post #31 of 40 Old 08-02-2010, 08:19 PM
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post #32 of 40 Old 08-02-2010, 08:25 PM
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Did you have to sand before spraying?
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Did you have to sand before spraying?
It is um...very highly recommended. I however did not; just cleaned the areas to be painted with alcohol really well and let dry.

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post #34 of 40 Old 08-27-2010, 02:41 PM
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Fyi to anyone planning on doing this. I was going to just paint over the Heatshields as my jeep is only a few months old and only got rained in once... I've been letting the jeep dry out for a few days now, no water anywhere. But under the heatshield was puddles of water. I highly suggest chiseling these off before it starts rusting

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Here's my pics. This is the third coat out of the four i did
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Here's my pics. This is the third coat out of the four i did
Sweet!!!! Smart idea using plastic wrap to mask...wish I woulda thought about that.

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Sweet!!!! Smart idea using plastic wrap to mask...wish I woulda thought about that.
Thanks..saved alotta time, saw some pics on another thread that had the plastic wrap
Just made a nice scratch putting the rear seat in tho a few minutes ago Gunna go grab another can and do some touch up tonight

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Gunna go grab another can and do some touch up tonight
that's the best part about this stuff, will touch up in seconds.

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Love the way it looks. Not planning on using my Jeep like a pick up truck and loading alot of cargo. Great fix for me who carries little cargo in the back. Is removing the heat shield necessary?
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Just made a nice scratch putting the rear seat in tho a few minutes ago
BINGO!
The above is why the spray cans are not an alternative. It's nowhere near as hard as catalyzed formulas, and nowhere near as thick as a gallon of rolled on or sprayed onn liner.

There's MAYBE 6 ounces of usable material in a can, the rest is propellant. 10 cans is 60 ounces at best.... less than half a gallon of liner. I suspect it's really more like half that.

At 9 bucks a can, even if you used 10 cans and even if you got 60 ounces of stuff on, you'll still have less than half the thickeness of a DIY roll in liner... and you'll have spent 90 bucks.

Herculiner, Raptor, and my personal preference, Monstaliner, all cost right around 100 bucks for a full gallon of liner that holds up far better than the spraycan junk.

So: spraycans: cost twice to 4 times as much for the same film thickness... AND won't build well to that thickness, because they won't cure right that thick.

But hey, I guess if you don't actually need the protection and just want the 'bedliner look".... it might be a way to go.

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