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Old 08-11-2009, 10:49 AM   #31
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OK, I'm not trying to pick on your body work here at all. I'm trying to figure out how sloppy and crappy I can be.

If you had painted instead of lined it, would the body work have shown up a lot more? How many of my sins will rhino lining cover up?
Better pic of where i Replaced panel Not perfect but

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Man, that really does look good.
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Man, that really does look good.
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It looks really good. I think a thick coat of that could hide a lot of sins. Which means it's perfect for my mad bodyworking skilz!
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That does look really good. I am planning on doing the inside of the tub but maybe I shouldn't stop there.
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Let me ask, how do you get in the smaller of places with the roller? I was dead set this morning to do the tub on mine. But I feel that some more research is due. For almost $80 a gallon I don't want to F this up. You said to watch out for roller marks. So how do you get it in the tighter areas without problems?
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Better pic of where i Replaced panel Not perfect but
I would've never been able to tell.
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Let me ask, how do you get in the smaller of places with the roller? I was dead set this morning to do the tub on mine. But I feel that some more research is due. For almost $80 a gallon I don't want to F this up. You said to watch out for roller marks. So how do you get it in the tighter areas without problems?
The Herculiner kit also comes with a brush. You dab the brush into the crannies before you roll your first coat. (dab, not paint stroke) Wait for it to dry, but within 24 hrs make sure you're doing the second coat. Dab again any areas you may have not gotten good coverage on, then roll your second coat.
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So it is a kit not just a gallon bucket of stuff. Thats good to know. Also how about the weight ratio between it and the carpet it is to replace. One other thing, does the center console go back in flush like it is with the carpet?
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So it is a kit not just a gallon bucket of stuff. Thats good to know. Also how about the weight ratio between it and the carpet it is to replace. One other thing, does the center console go back in flush like it is with the carpet?
I have not done the interior yet I'm waiting on the drivers floor pan to get here then that is next.

It is a kit you need to buy a 4 inch throw away pan to roll the roller in to apply the herculiner

Kit is a one gallon herc. with two rollers scrub pad and a brush

Pointer's use the brush for hard to reach places first then roll on i had a few spots i don't care for (tip for ya)

I'm pleased with it for weight i would say less than carpet since the can weighs 8 lbs or so gallon of water is 8lbs and you I did not use but a half Gallon to do my exterior


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Let me ask, how do you get in the smaller of places with the roller? I was dead set this morning to do the tub on mine. But I feel that some more research is due. For almost $80 a gallon I don't want to F this up. You said to watch out for roller marks. So how do you get it in the tighter areas without problems?

I just noticed one after done use good lighting when you do it and you can tell kit came with a little 2inch brush

Hope i helped you out

Use the brush for tight spots first then roll
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So it is a kit not just a gallon bucket of stuff. Thats good to know. Also how about the weight ratio between it and the carpet it is to replace. One other thing, does the center console go back in flush like it is with the carpet?
Weight of carpet vs the liner is comperable. Pretend that you have all your carpet in a trash bag, and compare that to a paint of can. Now, some of the moisture in the paint/herculiner will evaporate so that reduces the weight slightly. Overall, any weight difference is trivial. I put two coats on the entire interior of my tub and tailgate and still have some left over in the can.

You'll need the kit (2 roller covers, 1 roller, 1 brush, 1 scuff pad)

In addition, I used:

Xylol xylene (for prep) sold in the paint section at Lowes

A bunch of cheap rags

Chemical resistant gloves

A sanding disc I could attach to my drill. - Not sandpaper, but like a stiff scotch brite pad.

2 extra 2" brushes - 3 total. (one for first coat, one for second coat, and one for final touch up after you reinstall your interior)

That's it - you'll spend twice as much time removing/installing your interior and prepping as you will actually applying the Herculiner. It's super easy to apply, by far the interior removal/installation is the most time consuming/difficult - not that it's hard anyways.

Regarding the 'flushness' of the console. It's not perfect, but not bad at all anyways. I'm pretty anal about that kind of stuff, and i didn't even think to notice.

Just a tip - once you get your console out and are applying the liner - be sure to get up around everything. There's some parts that you'd think your console covers, but does not. You'll see what I mean once you start applying. Take special note of what your console covers and what it doesn't before you remove it and you'll avoid some last minute touch up.
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Well said ^
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good job.
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Ive done some out side and the whole inside take your time on the prep scuff it up and make sure you get all the dirt out and if you use a gallon keep stiring it or it will be extra thick about 2/3 through it the sand keeps going to the bottom.
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Well said ^
im glad you posted some more close up pics cause i couldnt really tell how it looked in the first ones. i think eventually ill do the same but for now i have way to much on my plate money wise and this isnt something that has to get done, its just a want.
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im glad you posted some more close up pics cause i couldnt really tell how it looked in the first ones. i think eventually ill do the same but for now i have way to much on my plate money wise and this isnt something that has to get done, its just a want.
Glad I could help it's a durable thing for a toy
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so after covering a good section of your jeep, how much do you think it would cost (in materials) to do the whole jeep?
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i think ill start with the front bumper. when i painted mine i switched brands and the top coat isnt sticking that well.
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I was wondering about doing this to a jeep. My only concern is how much an impact with a rock will damage the lining and if you need to do touch up to it ow hard is that going to be VS. paint. The only other concern is if you need to do body work I heard this stuff is flamable and not easily put out.
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Looks Great. I am still toying with the idea of doing the inside of the tub on mine. Do you think if it is Rhino lined you could still put the carpets back in over it if you wanted to, like when winter rolls around? If I do mine it will be right up to the outside lip and the door jams then a new paint job on the outside sheet metal. I figure it will solve the paint wearing off issue with the door sills and where the hard top sits.
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Looks Great. I am still toying with the idea of doing the inside of the tub on mine. Do you think if it is Rhino lined you could still put the carpets back in over it if you wanted to, like when winter rolls around? If I do mine it will be right up to the outside lip and the door jams then a new paint job on the outside sheet metal. I figure it will solve the paint wearing off issue with the door sills and where the hard top sits.
Yes, a few people have reinstalled carpet on top of the lining.
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so after covering a good section of your jeep, how much do you think it would cost (in materials) to do the whole jeep?
I have a half gallon left if the helps you out I think a full gallon and maybe a quart would get you inside and out
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I was wondering about doing this to a jeep. My only concern is how much an impact with a rock will damage the lining and if you need to do touch up to it ow hard is that going to be VS. paint. The only other concern is if you need to do body work I heard this stuff is flamable and not easily put out.
I think it would match pretty good and it would have to be one big rock and then I think you just have a dent I have brushed a few tree branches that would go threw a paint job
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I have a half gallon left if the helps you out I think a full gallon and maybe a quart would get you inside and out
well then it definitely seems like it would be cheaper then a paint job. i wonder if it comes in yellow
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well i answered my own question. it comes in black, red and grey, and maybe white, now i dont remember.
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I know rhino liner you can get in any color you just have the added expense of some one else doing it.

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