Tag Archives: Seam Sealer

    • How to Finish your Welds with Seam Sealer

      The guys over at Bay One Customs are working on all sorts of high end projects in their shop and even though quality is priority #1, sometimes there are tricks they use to save some time.

      In this recent tech article they show you how to quickly smooth and blend welds on a chassis using Eastwood Self Leveling Seam Sealer. Check out the video below and the full story in the link above. Stay tuned for more tips from the guys over at Bay One Customs!

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    • Rubberized Undercoating and Rust Fighting Paint Combined- Eastwood Rubberized Rust Encapsulator

      Eastwood Rubberized Rust Encapsulator

      We love getting product requests from our customers. The Eastwood tech department gets hundreds of requests, ideas, and suggestions a week as each of you tackle your projects. Two of our best selling products are our Eastwood Rubberized Undercoating and Rust Encapsulator, but many of you (myself included) are on a time crunch, and the time it takes to apply (and cure) two separate products can be tedious. After an overwhelming request from our customers we decided to combine these two products into a one-step process, our new Eastwood Rubberized Rust Encapsulator. Now you can fight rust with our popular Encapsulator formula while you reapply undercoating on your vehicle. Best of all you can spray this new Encapsulator directly over rust, while basic undercoating requires you prep the surface and rid it of any rust before applying.

      Eastwood Rubberized Rust Encapsulator

      While we were designing this new one-step product we didn't just mix the two vats of product together like you may think, we took the time to test and perfect the formula to assure you get the best of both worlds. We salt spray tested this new formula for over 500 hours to assure it will stand the test of time. To compare, most "exceptional" paints and coatings have a 200-250 hour salt spray duration, and low end paints and coatings are 100-150 hours. This alone makes it a no-brainer to use on your next project!

      As always send us your ideas for new products and improvements on our current product line, we DO listen!

      -Matt/EW

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    • Parking lot Gems

      As the weather gets nicer, we find ourselves driving our projects (both finished and unfinished) to work. I love walking through our parking lot occasionally and checking out some of the neat rides we regularly have parked here on a nice warm day! Below is 2 I spotted yesterday and thought everyone might enjoy.

      First up is one of our "R&D" guys, Mark Robidoux. When he isn't brainstorming, testing, and designing; you can see him cruising around in this fully restored beauty that he built from the ground-up in 1991. For those not familiar, this is a 1968 Camaro Convertible. Mark replaced just about every body panel with new as he was putting it together, as with most of us.. he didn't want to have to restore this car twice!

      Powering this beauty is a rebuilt original 327cid motor. Some highlights to this power plant are: port/polished 202 heads, balanced rotating internals, performance Cams, etc.  Years later, Mark designed and perfected our extremely popular HotCoat Powder Coating system. As with anyone here at Eastwood at the time, Mark went "hog-wild" and powdercoated most anything he could fit in a "household" oven. Using a number of our Standard Hot Coat Colors he coated all suspension components and even went as far as disassembling the transmission and cylinder heads and powder coating them! 70,000 miles later and this restoration is still looking as fresh as it did the day Mark finished it!

      Next up is Nick Capinski our "Beetle Guy". The day I took these pics he had driven his 1975 Super Beetle Convertible. Nick repainted this car himself a number of years ago. He used our full line of Sandpaper/Abrasive Discs. Then to smooth out any minor imperfections Nick found the Evercoat Z-Grip Body Filler went on quite easily and was a treat to sand out. Along any body seams our Seam Sealer Kit was used to seal and protect those joints/seams in the body and chassis. Lastly, Nick gave the engine bay a nice look by applying Eastwood's Underhood Black.

      As you can see this beautiful spring day, convertibles seemed to be the trend here in our employee lot! Stay tuned for more cool rides that roll through Eastwood this summer!

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