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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    Very good product (Posted on 3/30/14)
    Review by Andrig
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    I purchased this for a !973 Volkswagen restoration/Custom build I am working on for my daughter. It's the only product of its kind that I have found, and I used it to coat the inside of the floor pan tunnel, as well as the inside of the frame horns where the transaxle mounts. It worked really well, and I was able to coat everything quite well, although it did requirre that I flip the pan upside down and rightside up to truly get everything. That leads me to my one complaint. The tube that you attach to the can is curled, and I found it very difficult to control the location of the spray when feeding it into the floor pan tunnel, because the curl in the tube would cause it to get stuck in spots. There are quite a few tubes in the floor pan of an old aircooled VW (clutch cable, fuel line, heater cables, accelerator cable and emergency break tubes. Partly because of that, I oversprayed some spots and under sprayed others, so it took two cans to do the job, where I think it would have taken one if you could get the curl out of the tubing. Overall, a very good product.
    Liked it (Posted on 3/20/14)
    Review by Jason
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    Liked the product overall. Good coverage. Short, coiled up application hose was tough to feed into deeper areas of frame. Needs longer, flexible, straight run of hose / tube.
    Excellent product (Posted on 3/17/14)
    Review by Douglas
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    Spraying internal, hard to reach areas in which the extended spray hose/tip was the only way to access the areas. Material surely points out the open areas that one thought were closed and saturates well. Prior to application, one should spray a short burst to "get a feel " of the pressure and volume of the spray. Easily applied and comfotable the internal sub structures will be free of rust.
    Be very careful with this product (Posted on 2/20/14)
    Review by S
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    Was not a great value for me because when I stuck the nozzle in the frame rail holes to spray inside them the nozzle didn't always end up where it should have gone, causing me a tremendous mess in my engine compartment and we ended up wasting most of the product we purchased because of that. Very frustrating for sure.
    Great product (Posted on 12/29/13)
    Review by Randell
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    I used this product on the interior door jams, under dash, and mostly in the cowl vent area of my 66 Mustang project. It works fantastically. I intend to use it in my frame rails as weel once I get to that point. I would reccommend this to anyone and I too remember using this type of coating when in the Air Force many years ago.
    Great product (Posted on 12/24/13)
    Review by scott
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    Very satisfied with this product. Easy to use and looks to cover well. Even more satisfied with the customer service that Eastwood employees provide !!!
    Excellent product. (Posted on 12/15/13)
    Review by Ed
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    Years ago I worked for Warn Industries. They built government products under contract. Those contracts required specific "primers" as well as special top coats. This product looks and acts like that 'primer'. Excellent product. Occasionally I've gotten a defective can, no product would dispense. A couple good hints: 1.Insert a small diameter welding wire into the supplied plastic extension tube to help direct the spray better. 2. Put drop cloths under what you are coating. 3. Plug holes or tape over them to keep the product from running out.
    product fulills three roles (Posted on 12/9/13)
    Review by Conley
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    I use this product for many other painting and prevention jobs. I have done some long term testing in harsh MN salt environment. Also have done some research on the make-up of the product. It seems to take the place of three other items that I was using. In the past I would typically use a rust converter on light rust and then a zinc based paint and then sealer of some sort. This product takes care of all three steps and thus far has held up extremely well. It has very good penetrating properties and the zinc based paint/sealer is very tough. I have several jobs out that have seen some tough duty and this coating is very impressive.
    Owner of JanFab LLC fabrication shop.
    Great product, but buy 2 so you have 1 good nozzle assembly to use. (Posted on 11/30/13)
    Review by Jamie
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    Excellent product. Reminds me of Zink Chromate primer used on air craft. The only bad thing about this product is make sure you buy 2 cans...as one of the 2 sets of spray nozzles will be loose and the super glue fix recommended in the instructions is a waste of time. When I swapped over to the good nozzle tube assembly, it worked great. I used it in my frame rails and in the roof structure and 1/4 window areas of my 66 Mustang.
    Hoping To Head Off The Inevitable (Posted on 11/19/13)
    Review by David
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    Bought a couple cans to coat the rockers and bed support channels of a used '05 pickup. Tubes did not want to cooperate as they kept wanting to recoil and hang up in the panels.
    I found a heavy wire coat hanger, trimmed it to length and added a small 2" bend to one end. I wrapped painters tape as tight as I could to hold the tubing just behind the nozzle to the wire. This allowed me to get further into the rockers and I was able to twist the nozzle while spraying. I know I saturated things pretty well as the drips were falling from the rocker drains onto my paint tarp.
    I do know this is coating is not flexible after it dries as I can bend the tarp and it will crack. We'll see how it goes!

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