Under Gone Undercoating Remover Aerosol 17 oz

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    Undercoat removal gets no easier than this—just spray and scrape! Under Gone™ Undercoat Remover softens rubberized undercoatings and tar so they can be easily removed by scraping. A must for surfaces to be welded.
    • Removes undercoatings that can be imprinted with a fingernail
    • Non-toxic, non-corrosive, CFC-free, biodegradable
    • 17-oz. aerosol can

    About Under Gone Undercoating Remover Aerosol 17 oz

    Undercoat removal made easy! Here's the solution for undercoats that can be imprinted with a thumbnail. Biodegradable undercoat remover quickly loosens the bond of the undercoating to the base metal and allows you to easily scrape it loose. Use PRE Painting Prep to remove any remaining residue for a "paint ready" surface. Not for use on baked-on, epoxy or urethane undercoatings. For cleaning up an area to be welded, this is a must! 17 oz. net wt. aerosol.


    Contents

    One aerosol can contains 17 oz of Undercoating Remover.


    MSDS Sheet

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    FAQ’s

    Non-toxic, non-corrosive, CFC-free, Biodegradable


    Application

    Shake can thoroughly before, and periodically during, use. Spray-apply to a 12" square area and allow to penetrate for 30 seconds to 2 minutes. Then scrape loosened undercoating from surface. Reapply if necessary to remove heavy applications.

    NOTE: Will remove paint! Rinse painted surfaces immediately with water to avoid damage. Do not use for removal of baked-on, epoxy or urethane coatings.


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    undercoat remover- poor (Posted on 12/9/13)
    Review by lloyd
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    Of the3 cans I purchased, 1 can would not work at all. I tried the other 2 cans on some very old hard undercoating and it would not work at all.
    Horrible (Posted on 8/7/13)
    Review by chris
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    Tried this along with other products to remove the tari'sh undercoating off a 74 mgb. You can scrape it with a putty knife or fingernail so it should be a candidate according to the instructions. Followed the directions exactly and it didn't work at all. Got way better results with just a heat gun and putty knife alone. Don't waste your money.
    Don't buy it, period! (Posted on 3/11/13)
    Review by George baumann
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    I have spent a few dollars this year buying Eastwood product and always been happy til now. I paid 19.99 a can times two, plus shipping. and it just don't work. Not even a little. Zero, nada, zilch!
    Didn't work in my application (Posted on 2/21/13)
    Review by TonyV
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    This product is probably only good for certain types of undercoating. I'm guessing if it is rubber, this stuff won't do anything but clean the rubber. Eastwood should clarify this in the product description, and perhaps provide some type of "test" to determine whether this product will work on your undercoating.
    The only thing good about Undergone is the smell (Posted on 1/27/13)
    Review by Mr. Clean it
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    Eastwood Undergone is absolutely worthless in tryting to remove undercoating from a car. At $12.99 per can, it is a HUGE rip-off. You might was well use soap and water to remove undercoating as this product had the exact same results, nothing !!!. I am Shocked that Eastwood would put it's name on this worthless, product.
    ok product, could be clearer on instruction. (Posted on 1/17/12)
    Review by Shawn
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    I have a 1966 chevy truck that I'm removing the undercoating on. it took several coats to get the coating off.
    BUT: this was an old brush pumper fire truck and the undercoating was heated and cooled many times I'm sure, as I'm a firefighter and would know.
    work fairly well (Posted on 1/16/12)
    Review by taz
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    the only thing about this i had to use alot of it. although in defence, this was an old fire truck that had been coated, and heated up many time out in the fire's. one i soaked it enough it came off with a puddy knife.
    Does not work (Posted on 12/28/11)
    Review by Joe
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    I tried Undergone on the front wheel well of my 1969 Firebird. It foamed up but did nothing to help me remove the undercoating. I then used my heat gun and the results were great. It all came off in long strips.
    THIS STUFF WORKS!!! (Posted on 12/10/11)
    Review by Jerry
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    I first tried to remove the factory undercoating on my 68 chevy pickup cab using a spatula and a sturdy scraper tool. It wouldn't even scratch the surface! Then I used the Undergone...and what a difference. I just let it soak in for about 2 minutes and then with just the spatula it started coming off. It did take a little muscle behind it, but I was able to remove a 5 sq. ft. section in about ten minutes. Undergone made it come of with ease!
    dislike (Posted on 10/23/11)
    Review by Jon
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    I recently spray the Eastwood Rubberized compound in my wheel wells. After about a week, I decided it was not the look I was going for. So I ordered the Undergone product thinking it would take it off easily. I sprayed heavily on one wheel well, waited one minute then scraped. while it did soften the product, I could not remove it. I then sprayed again, using almost half the can. Again it could not be removed.
    I wiped off the undergone product.Trying a different wheel well, I used some Aircraft stripper. The undercoating came off with a little pressure on the paint brush I was using to apply it. All wheel wells are clean using the stripper

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