- Eastwood After Blast Metal Prep
The instructions indicate that AB should not be used on galvanized steel. Some of the blasted panels were galvanized (e.g. rocker panels). Is there a negative effect (other than loss of some of the zinc) if AB contacted these surfaces and was wiped off?
Can you use after soaking brake calipers / spindles in Metal Rescue rust bath?
Can I use Eastwood epoxy primer on top of this (seems your self-etch primer is ok based on earlier comments), and if so, do I need to do anything special beforehand, other than a clean wipedown with something like isopropyl alcohol?
Can I use etch primer over after blast?
Can I bondo over after blast
Is After Blast weldable?
Is this rated for MILC10578
I have tinned some areas for body solder and was unable to apply the solder at that time, treated the area with after blast do I need to clean the area before soldering Thanks
Eastwood After Blast Metal Prep
Item #11971ZP Brand: Eastwood
Use "After Blast" after blasting or sanding metal, then paint, prime or powder-coat.
- Spray, wipe and repeat until clean
- Aqueous cleaners and phosphoric acid clean and etch the metal
- Zinc phosphate coating improves paint, primer or powder adhesion
- Also protects against flash corrosion
After Blast cleans, degreases and etches just-blasted or newly-sanded metal to improve adhesion for painting, priming or powder-coating.
About Eastwood After Blast Metal Prep
After Blast is designed to clean, degrease and etch freshly blasted or sanded metal prior to painting or powder coating. Use with a plastic spray bottle to liberally apply to the part, wipe and reapply until all contaminants are removed. The blend of aqueous cleaners and phosphoric acid properly cleans, etches the metal and leaves a zinc phosphate coating that is excellent for paint, primer or powder adhesion. Also protects the metal from flash corrosion for extended periods. Use on all your fresh cast iron, steel or aluminum components.
Use after abrasive, soda blasting or sanding/grinding operations to assure of a clean paint ready metal surface.
Use in well ventilated area and wear rubber gloves
made in USA 1 year shelf life
Use on cast iron steel and aluminum to clean and properly etch the metal for coatings. The phosphoric acid will etch the metal and provide an excellent surface etch for paint adhesion. Use on frames, sheet metal engine blocks and suspension components after blasting. Do not apply to painted surfaces, chrome, plastic or glass.
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