Eastwood Internal Frame Coating w/Spray Nozzle

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    Internal Frame Coating is a quality rust inhibitor that destroys rust hiding inside the chassis, so it doesn’t rust its way through

    You spend time and money restoring a chassis...but what about all that rust inside the frame? Use our Internal Frame Coating to make your chassis rust-free throughout!
    • Tough phenolic resin penetrates, converts and encapsulates the rust on the internal surface
    • Zinc phosphate seals it to prevent future corrosion
    • 24"-long tube with conical nozzle reaches in to spray coating in a radial pattern for complete coverage
    • Covers 10 sq. ft. per can
    • Fully cures in 24 hours


    Due to regulations pertaining to recycling, we are unable to ship this product to Alberta, Canada.

    About Eastwood Internal Frame Coating w/Spray Nozzle

    Internal frame coating is formulated to convert and encapsulate the rust INSIDE your frame. Our formulation also incorporates zinc phosphate to further protect the metal from future corrosion. The viscosity is stabilized to assure proper flow and penetration to the existing corrosion and will yield complete coverage when sprayed with the included "conical nozzle". Easy to use and perfect for rust proofing, this must-have product is aerosolized to simply spray the entire inside of the frame with the supplied extension tube and "conical nozzle" for complete coverage and elimination of the rust for years of protection.

    Due to regulations pertaining to recycling, we are unable to ship this product to Alberta, Canada.


    Contents

    Internal Frame Coating w/Spray Nozzle, 14-oz. aerosol


    Specs

    Application

    Use included extension tube and conical nozzle, and insert into bolt holes, lightening holes and any open access area in the frame. Spray using a back or forth motion to cover entire internal frame area. Two 14-oz. aerosol cans are required for a subframe vehicle, 3 cans for a full-frame vehicle or truck.


    FAQ’s

    Top coating can be done after 24 hour cure Can be used as a primer on external metal surfaces


    Safety

    always wear protective eye, face and hand protection when applying


    Warranty

    made in USA 1 year warranty


    Application

    Use included extension tube and conical nozzle and insert into bolt holes, lightening holes and any open access area in the frame. Spray using a back or forth motion to cover entire internal frame area. 2 cans are required for a subrame vehicle and 3 cans for a full frame vehicle. Note: truck frame will require 3 cans 1 can covers 10 sq ft.


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    Home run product.....But (Posted on 12/24/10)
    Review by Jim
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    I could echo most of what's been written here. It appears to be a very good product (time will tell), messy application so cover the holes and lay down newspaper, will need to overspray with black if you don't like the green showing and it covers very well. Be advised that the paint is thin so it runs. When doing the frame over the rear wheels, don't be under it! :)

    The "BUT" comes in two areas. First the estimates on quantity are off. I have a '73 Corvette and it will take all of four cans. Also if you're not doing a frame off at the time of use, you will need to spray through most of the holes for good coverage. The second is the price which most of the reviews ding. It would be nice to get a quantity discount so that 4+ cans would be $12-15 each.
    This works well! (Posted on 12/1/10)
    Review by Frosti
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    I think this is a good product, and time will tell. If keeping your shop clean is a must you better plug each hole you dont want to use with tape, and also any ends of the frame cause this stuff flys out all over. Outside would be best, but inside you need a lot of protection , cause it does do it's job.
    AWESOME~ (Posted on 11/12/10)
    Review by Musky's Auto Body
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    we got this in at our shop to do our fleet plow trucks. they are 90's chevy PU and to do the insides of the front of the frames where the sandblaster doesnt go because of the enclosed box front ends this does work impressivly well. also coats seams on the body where rust is bubbling around the factory seam sealer. time will tell as far as corrosion prevention, but for a no prep spray.... its cool stuff!
    Excellent product (Posted on 10/3/10)
    Review by tom
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    This stuff is great, only need a small hole to spray creeps in to every nook and cranny then drys rock hard will buy many more cans
    works well, nicely tought out (Posted on 10/2/10)
    Review by Eric in NH
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    I have a 1999 Pathfinder that had some rust starting on the unibody frame. in an effort to make the car last another 200k miles, I bought the inner frame coating to try and prevent any further rust. With the hose attached to the nozzle now (I had heard people had problems with the first setup) I had no problems at all. it was easy to snake the tube into the drain holes and pump a lot of coating onto places that would otherwise be uncoatable. time will tell how well of a job it does keeping the rust at bay, but as far as application goes it is a very slick setup. I wish it was a little cheaper, but if it does keep the rust out it is WELL worth the cost. plan on ordering some more to do a second application on some tough looking areas, and I plan to use it on the inner parts of the hood as well! Thanks!
    Looks good / Expensive (Posted on 9/21/10)
    Review by Ford Guy
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    I am in the process of restoring two uni-body vehicles. Both will be drivers, but I am giving them a near show quality restoration. A lot of work that I don't want to do again for a VERY long time.

    That being said, I am willing to spend a little extra time (and money) sealing up those tough-to-reach places. So far I did the frame structure of the deck lid that I had soda blasted. I applied it everywhere I could reach until it ran out from under the seams. It flows pretty well, and is a bit runny, so it can travel into tight recess that a simple spray alone might not otherwise reach. I am very pleased without the results, although it did take a couple minutes to get the hang of applying it.

    At $20 a can, its expensive. No two ways about it. BUT, it is a large can. And, I would probably be spending about $10 to get the equivalent amount of paint without the delivery system, the special formulations, or the benefit of the improved coverage.

    At the end of the day, the decision is pretty simple. If you are spending any amount of effort or money on your vehicles restoration, BUY THIS PRODUCT. I can't see needing more than 3-4 cans to do every recess in your vehicle. And for $60-$80 to be able to get in just about every place on your vehicle that you can't otherwise protect (i.e. all you guys who are dipping your vehicles) it's cheap insurance.
    Good but.... (Posted on 9/15/10)
    Review by HokieJoe
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    very easy to use, but I have a fully boxed frame on a 1970 GM A body convertible. I used two cans, and easily need two or even three more. I inspected the inside with a light and a mirror, and did notice places with uneven coverage. I also wondered why Eastwood didn't just put Rust Encapsulator in a can with a spray wand. The wand works great, and I thought RE was supposed to be the ultimate rust treatment. Just wondering.
    Should be good with a little innovation. (Posted on 9/2/10)
    Review by Beerstalker
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    I am doing all the unibody channels on a '73 Cougar convertible. The rockers are 75" long- too long to reach with an 18' wand, and I use the term wand loosely- it's like a limp noodle. I put two of the tubing sections together with a small piece of brass tubing- it looks kike a piece uf brake tubing would work. I taped them to a 4' long 1/4" rod. Insert the rod, and start spraying as you slowly remove the rod. Also, cover all the access holes with transparent tape--you'll be able to see coverage without making a mess.
    great product (Posted on 8/30/10)
    Review by RP
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    Finally here is a product that finishes the job when you are removing rust from a frame. This product has excellent coating and can get in to all the tight places. I recommend this product highly.
    Works Great (Posted on 8/28/10)
    Review by Mike
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    I bought 2 cans to do the inside of my '67 Camaro Sub-frame. Works great, covered good. I highly recommend watching the Video first. I had no problems. I think secret is to shake very well, and move as fast as possible. And shake again whenever possible. I am very pleased with ease, and coverage. Only time will tell as for longevity. Great Product!

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