Eastwood After Blast - Metal Prep

Eastwood After Blast - Metal Prep

Product Review (submitted on July 7, 2010):

I've been blasting parts for my restoration, but am not ready to prime/paint/powder coat them till I have a batch ready.
I tried Metal Wash afterwards and it worked but not perfectly. I would still get some flash rust in spots.
This works a lot better for protecting the metal afterward though it's slow. The fumes are very potent, even in an open garage they're strong. Use outside or with a mask.
A little goes a long way, I have a spray bottle with it in and just a light application is sufficient, and I usually only need one.
The parts I've done have been sitting in high humidity heat for a week or two with no signs of flash rust.
Still, it's not cheap for something they want you to apply liberally, but it does seem to work.
I have yet to see how it affects top coats as I'm not ready to paint or powder any of the parts yet.