Eastwood Internal Frame Coating 14 oz Aerosol
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Internal Frame Coating destroys rust hiding inside the chassis, so it doesn’t rust its way through
Stop Hidden Rust with Eastwood
Leave every inch of a classic vehicle rust-free with Eastwood Internal Frame Coating that takes on the toughest challenges. During your restoration, you have almost certainly have applied a car undercoating to stop water and moisture from rusting the underside. However, there’s often rust hiding inside the frame that can ruin the vehicle’s structural integrity. Use our Internal Frame Coating spray to make your chassis rust-free throughout!
This special aerosol spray is both a rust prevention and rust destroyer formula rolled into one. The conical nozzle reaches directly into the frame and sprays in a wide pattern radial pattern to fully cover the surface while reaching deep into the sub-frame. Phenolic resin encapsulates the rust hiding inside the chassis so it doesn't rust its way through and destroy the frame from the inside out. Once this is completed, zinc phosphate seals the frame against additional rust. The entire process is complete within 24 hours so you can confidently continue with the restoration. Watch our Internal Frame Coating video to see exactly how to use our hidden rust cure.
Old frames on vintage or muscle cars are hard to come by, and once you find one, you need to everything you can to save it. Our frame anti-rust coating spray an affordable way to preserve a chassis so you don't need to search out or fabricate a new one. This spray is available in a black or green finish to stop rust during auto frame restoration before it can reveal itself to the world. Note that three cans will be need for a full frame or truck frame. Learn more about how to use Internal Frame Coating by reading below or contacting the Eastwood experts. We’re here to help you Do the Job Right on every automotive project.
- Tough phenolic resin penetrates and encapsulates the rust on the internal surface
- Zinc phosphate seals it to prevent future corrosion
- 24" long tube with conical nozzle reaches in to spray coating in a radial pattern for complete coverage
- Aerosol covers 10 sq. ft
- Fully cures in 24 hours
How Frame Coating Works
Eastwood Internal Frame Coating destroys rust hiding inside the chassis so it doesn't rust its way through. You spend time and money restoring a chassis — but what about all that rust inside the frame? Apply our rust coating spray to make your chassis rust-free throughout! Tough phenolic resins penetrate, convert and encapsulate the rust on the internal surface. Zinc phosphate then seals it to prevent future corrosion.
Each can of Internal Frame Coating comes with a special 24-inch tube that reaches inside the tubular steel bars and frame parts. This tube has a conical nozzle with multiple sprays, which reach outward to completely cover the innards of the metal. Tough phenolic resins in this coating then penetrate and encapsulate the rust on the internal surface, preventing it from spreading. Zinc phosphate seals it to prevent future corrosion. This special coating cures within 24 hours, leaving you a frame that's strong inside and out even in the subframe and cavities.
Expert Tech Service
Wondering how to spray paint inside a tube? Not sure how much you'll need for a project? The Eastwood team is here to help. We offer free product demonstration videos, how-to-articles, over-the-phone advice and more so you can do the job right. Give us a call, send an email or visit the Eastwood Garage online 24/7. Internal Frame Coating is one of several great products we offer for restoring your chassis so you can enjoy the fruits of your labor on the open road.
Vehicle approximate application coverage requirements. (1) 14 ounce Aerosol covers 10 sq. ft.
- (2) Cans for sub-frame
- (3) Cans for full frame
- (3) Cans for truck frame
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Questions & Answers
Can you use this product over Skyco Ospho?
Can I use this prior to having the frame powder coated? The frame will be heated to 350F, so can this paint withstand being heated to a temperature of 350 degrees F?
Number of cans required for a 1975 Corvette frame
Would this product work on the inside of a rim that is rusted?If so,how would you apply it?
Why does this stuff stick to internal things by just spraying it in with no prep but you have to degrease and add an etching to get the same stuff on the external parts of the frame to stick?
I am considering this product to coat the inside of the rocker panels on a Jeep J truck. Bore a couple of holes large enough for your spray nozzle, clean and blow as much out as possible, coat extensively with this product and plug the holes?
Can this be used in the internal frame of a NEW truck?
I am doing a full 'bare metal' restoration. When in the process of Repair, Blast, Prime, Filler, Paint would it be best to coat the internal parts of my body panels? I am concerned about how this might impact my exterior finish by leaking out.