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Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust Aerosol Spray?
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-07-25 5:01 PM (#585230)
Subject: Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust Aerosol Spray?



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I am not particularly worried about my 56 Dodge's frame but I would like to clean and treat the inside of the rocker panels. I was thinking Rust Check's Rust Converter but I can only find this Eastwood product with its 24" spray-head hose.

Any BTDT's ??

https://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-internal-frame-coating-14oz-aeroso...




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normsclassicradio
Posted 2019-07-25 6:07 PM (#585232 - in reply to #585230)
Subject: Re: Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust



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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-07-26 9:56 PM (#585272 - in reply to #585230)
Subject: Re: Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust Aerosol Spray?


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its not bad stuff, but its like a normal zinc primer and they are small cans. You probably need 6-8 cans

the problem is there is rust inside your frame and you will never get it out.

So you must "fully" cover it. If you dont cover it you will make it peel like an onion when water gets between the paint and the metal(rust).

The rust will peel it like an onion inside the frame and be a total nightmare.

I would suggest you use a cavity wax, this seals the rust inside and "runs" a bit inside. It will fully seal the inside of the frame, i dont like to use this on the outside as it can get messy. I use it on my new car because its great for winter cars.

You can use a small compressor and this kind of gun. There is a longer tube version i have. I have the 3 foot wand, you'll need it for these frames i think.

https://www.amazon.com/TCP-Global-Proofing-Undercoating-Gauge/dp/B07...

as for the cavity wax, I like one that doesnt run very much. It will run if you get crazy but it dries.

You can get 1 gallon for 59$.
https://petroleumservicecompany.com/undercoating-in-a-can-black-wax-...

This is better than Eastwood cavity wax and alot cheaper. They have single cans also.

This is less runny than Eastwoods also and just goes on alot better.

if your frame was brand new you might be good with zinc paint but itll never hold on an old rusty inside frame.




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56D500boy
Posted 2019-07-26 11:34 PM (#585274 - in reply to #585272)
Subject: Re: Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust Aerosol Spray?



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Thanks Mike. You might have missed the fact that I am just going to use the Eastwood stuff inside my rocker panels, not the frame of the car. My car has very little rust and I don't think that inner frame rust is threatening the integrity of the car.

But your info is extensive and it will serve as a reference for others (and myself - should I feel the need)



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58coupe
Posted 2019-07-27 12:12 AM (#585276 - in reply to #585230)
Subject: Re: Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust Aerosol Spray?



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I have used LPS-3 to prevent rust. It comes in spray cans but I think you can also get it in gallons. Spendy but goes on wet and dries (if not too thick) works well.
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1960fury
Posted 2019-07-27 7:32 AM (#585278 - in reply to #585230)
Subject: Re: Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust Aerosol Spray?



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I don't know if it is good, but I do know the best stuff can't work if it does not reach every nook an cranny. Get a compressor and a cavity spray gun. When you do the whole car it is cheaper than a rattle can too!
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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-07-27 3:58 PM (#585295 - in reply to #585230)
Subject: Re: Anybody used Eastwood's Internal Frame Anti-rust Aerosol Spray?


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Yeah LPS is a cavity wax... good stuff, best part about it is it smells like cherries It might be owned by the same company that owns Petroleum Services. (they own about 20 companies).

Eastwood used to use LPS untiil they brought it in house in their name for more money.

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