Eastwood Internal Frame Coating w/Spray Nozzle
Product Review (submitted on November 16, 2011):
I sandblasted my frame with the body on the frame.I had to do something with the areas i couldn't get into to blast.This worked perfect for what i wanted to do.I bought 4 cans and wished i gotten 6 or 8.I could have done all the boxed frame area with 4, but i wanted to blast inside of all the floor pans braces and trunk braces.I was able to spray everything from the rear of the frame to the front of the frame , up to the engine bay area.2 more cans and i will have the rest of frame done.I sprayed the heck out of the rear portion of the frame from midway back, where most of the rust was worse.TIP: i saw some comments about nozzles coming off. I took a small paper clip and used part of the clip and coiled it tighly around the nozzle, where the lip on the brass fitting and coiled down to the bottom of the brass fitting. i used a neddlenose plier and and regular plier to do that. I didnt have any issues with nozzle or spray patterns. I just used two of the long tubes for 4 cans, so i didn't have to make any more coiled tips right away.Just get 8 cans and that will coat everything twice over if your real picky about stuff like this.I am going to get a couple of the black cans to cover the green paint for the visible areas because it is a show car.