This Jeep is Soon to Receive the ColorBond Treatment
Posted on September 24 2020
Timothy Kershner decided to restyle his Jeep Wrangler, but initially didn’t know quite how he wanted to do it. During a six-month deployment with the military he used his free time to develop the concept.
The Jeep was originally red, but Timothy thought bright green would be better. Rather than painting the exterior, he used a spray on material normally used as a bed liner for pickup trucks. This was so he could go off roading and not worry about scratching the paint if the Jeep rubbed against tree branches. Timothy also sprayed this material on the console and center of the dash to match the exterior.
Before ColorBond. Check out the paint from another interior paint manufacturer. It’s peeling badly.
Now has come the time to address the rest of the interior. As you can see by the photographs, a previous owner had changed the color of the dash and door panels from gray to black with an interior paint that isn’t holding up and is peeling badly. This is clearly an example of why one should use a high-quality paint, like ColorBond, and properly prepare the surface before painting.
Before use of ColorBond
Timothy will be using ColorBond Seat Stylin’ in black to refinish these interior components. First, he will use ColorBond Prep Cleaner Prep Cleaner to ready the surface by removing dirt, grime and oil. Then ColorBond Adhesion Promoter will be applied. Adhesion Promoter eliminates contaminants and releasing agents that interfere with the bond between the paint and plastics like PPO and TPO and prevents flaking, cracking and peeling of interior paint.
We will be following up on Timothy’s project in the coming weeks. So, please check back with us to see the results of the results of the project!