- Duplicolor Rubberized Undercoat - Paintable Undercoating
Most wheel wheels are hard plastic,will it stick and stay on plastic? And will it stick and stay on painted areas of your car?
Will this have any trouble going over an existing under coating? will it possibly have bad reaction to a different kind of undercoating? and does it adhere well to undercoating. thanks
I am trying to find a durable, spray-on product to coat the outsides of my new, painted rocker panels on a 72 Triumph TR6. Reviews I have read of some other similar products complain of poor adhesion and peeling.
Duplicolor Rubberized Undercoat - Paintable Undercoating
Item #13811Z Brand: Duplicolor
frames, floor pans; reduces road noise
About Duplicolor Rubberized Undercoat - Paintable Undercoating
Duplicolor's Paintable Rubberized Undercoating provides protection in wheel wells, gas tanks, frames and floor pans. Offers economical durability, plus paint ability, moisture resistance, corrosion resistance all in a rubberized finish. Also provides sound deadening by reducing road noise and vibration. Aerosol dries to the touch in one hour.
Aerosol net weight 17oz
10041z or 11949z PRE Painting Pep 12196z Chassis Kleen 11756z Brake Gray 11175z or 11172z Extreme Chassis Black 10024z Underhood Black 12461 Pig Mats 12032z Underhood Black Matte Finish 10032z Spray Gray
Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection. Always use in a well ventilated area away from open flame. Consult MSDS for specific safety precautions.
Made in USA. 60 day Mgf'er defect warranty. 2 year shelf life
To apply, ensure surface is clean, dry and free of greases and oils. Use Eastwood's PRE Painting Prep to clean the surface and ensure excellent adhesion. For best results use between 70°F and 90°F with 50%, or less, humidity. Apply in light coats waiting about 10 minutes between coats. Coating will be dry to the touch in 60 minutes Full cure in 2-4 hours.