Eastwood Internal Frame Coating w/Spray Nozzle

Eastwood Internal Frame Coating w/Spray Nozzle

Product Review (submitted on September 21, 2010):

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.