Eastwood PRE Painting Prep
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The final step in surface paint preparation—Eastwood's PRE™ Paint Prep—just spray or wipe on, and wipe off!
- Removes silicone, wax, polish, grease and dirt
- Helps promote paint adhesion
- Easy spray-on, wipe-off application
- Available in aerosol, 30-oz., or gallon
- Available in a Low-VOC formula for regulated areas
Proper surface preparation is one of the most important factors in helping you achieve a high-quality final finish. Our specially formulated PRE Paint Prep helps you prepare a surface for painting by removing dirt, wax, polish, grease, silicone, buffing compound, even road tar, ensuring a clean surface that's ready for final painting or powder-coating. Auto paint prep gets no easier!
PRE Painting Prep is very easy to use: just spray it on and wipe it off. Works better than lacquer thinner, which can leave a thin residue on the surface that could interfere with paint adhesion.
A "Low-VOC" PRE Painting Prep Formula, #11949Z, is available for shipment to California.
Not for sale or use in California. Eastwood Paints are formulated to meet National Rule VOC regulations, check with your local and state guidelines as some areas may have stricter regulations than others.
10041Z is the 11-oz. aerosol
11949Z is the "Low-VOC" 11-oz. aerosol
10194ZP is the 30-oz. bottle
10594ZP is the 1-gallon can
Works better than lacquer thinner that can leave a film behind, possibly compromising paint adhesion. Use to prepare surfaces for all Eastwood paints, including our exhaust manifold paints. On waxed areas, or surfaces that may have silicones, more than one application may be necessary. The 11-oz. aerosol can treats 10 sq. ft.
Questions & Answers
If I am already using your cleaner/degreaser and metal prep to prepare my frame for POR-15 rust preventive paint, do you still recommend using the pre painting prep?
Will this remove powder coat? I need to strip off some old powder coat for a new application.
Can this be used to prep fiber glass for paint? I have a vintage pedal car body that is made of fiber glass and I used body filler to smooth and fix worn areas. It's primed and I want to get it ready for paint and was wondering what I may need. Thanks