Eastwood 14 Ounce Aerosol Can of Internal Frame Coating with a Spray Nozzle.You spend time and money restoring a chassis, but what about all that rust inside the frame? Use Eastwood's Internal Frame Coating to make your chassis rust-free throughout!
Eastwood's tough phenolic resin penetrates, converts and encapsulates the rust on the internal surface, and zinc phosphate seals it to prevent future corrosion. Penetrates under the heaviest surface rust. If not treated, the metal surface will continue to rust and begin to show as paint flaking, pin holes or even worse-structural frame failure.
The 14-oz. aerosol can includes an 24"-long extension tube with conical nozzle that reaches in to apply the coating in a radial spray pattern for complete coverage. Insert into bolt holes, lightening holes and any open access area in the frame. Spray using a back or forth motion to cover entire internal frame area. Two 14-oz. aerosol cans are required for a subframe vehicle, 3 cans for a full-frame vehicle or truck. Fully cures in 24 hours. Made in the USA.
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Eastwood Internal Frame Coating 14Oz. Aerosol Can With Spray Nozzle is rated out of 5 by 56.
Rated 5 out of 5 by internalframecustomer from well designed product I used internal frame coating on a tj wrangler, 4 cans was the correct amount. i haven't had it long enough to say if its stopping new rust but the product was easy to apply. just be aware that whatever hole or opening you insert the tube into, its very hard to get the paint to cover around that hole so be careful to really get the area by the opening by just barely inserting the nozzle and working it in a circle. use a tarp because some will drip out of your frame. also it helps to attach the hose to a bent piece of wire so you can really direct the spray. but works well, covers well, great product.
Date published: 2015-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ron B from Worked well on my 31 Dodge The product worked well on my old Dodge. Used it in on the right and left panels under the dash where I could not get into any other way.. Also used it on the body rails that attach to the frame. These rails are similar to the rocker panels of today and run the length of the body, are hollow and almost impossible to get into by any other method. I used an adaptor with a small diameter hose attached to vacuum out 90 years of dirt and stuff, leaving the rails in a clean condition then applied this product. Does splatter some and will search out any opening to run out of, but did an outstanding job.
Date published: 2015-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fastbacksrule from 65 Mustang Restoration I bought three spray cans of the internal frame coating and used the first one in one of the rockers of my Mustang. I am very pleased with the result and am glad that Eastwood had a product that I could use for this application. One BIG tip though, make sure that you straighten the spray tube out and tape it to a welding rod to help keep it straight. Also, make sure that you clean the tube out (before the liquid drys inside) to avoid clogs. I poured a bit of acetone into the tube and blew it out with my air hose. Worked like a champ. I will use use this product again.
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by wave1957 from Does not work at all over time! I have sprayed all the hollow, hidden areas in my '70 Chevy Impala: under the hood and trunk reinforcements, inside doors, rocker panels, quarter panels... in 2013. Now in 2016, surface rust has come back on all the treated areas I can see. Also, this product does not encapsulate rust, in most places where there was rust already, the rust has got worse since treatment, to the point of rusting through and bubbling in the paint. I am totally disgusted! Yes, it sprays well and looks like it covers well, but over time, it is a total waste. Do not rely on people giving opinion right after spraying, this product does not work at all over time. I gave this product a "Poor" rating, but it is not even poor, it is worse than that!
Date published: 2016-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by PontiacJim from Seemed to work Just applied it, but we'll see if it works 40 years from now if it doesn't rust. My '68 Lemans frame was in good shape, I blasted, and POR'd the outside of the frame. I wanted a little insurance for the enclosed areas. Used one can for the frame section going over the rear axle. The long hose and spray nozzle got way up inside and can easily be inserted into any of the open frame holes. Nice runny paint that gets sprayed with a lot of pressure in a multi-directional fan. Don't know if I got every inch of the inside, but I am comfortable I definitely got most of it and that was my goal. I will use my next can on the front frame section. If you have boxed side rails, figure on another can to do the job, so 2-3 cans should do it.
Date published: 2015-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bill44 from broken sprayer The product itself appears to be able to do what it is meant to accomplish. It flows easily and does leave a coating that appears to be able to cover rust. My order came with a broken sprayer hose. I needed to use it right away as I was planning on epoxy priming my 55 truck cab right after sand blasting so I had no time to ask for a replacement. I tried to tape up the part that was broken but it only lasted a very short time. It ended up spraying my face as well as parts of my cab I did not want coated. That's why the 3 rating.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Charlie man from Eastwood internal frame coating While restoring my 1965 Dodge Coronet. I needed to coat the inside of the unibody. I will give away my secret now you will be amazed. Take a drain snake that you would use for your sink insert the metal snake into the frame and turn the heck out of it. Insert a blowgun at one end and vacuum cleaner at the other turn them both on.all rust and garbage comes out .then I use the internal frame coating wow what a beautiful finish. I looked in with multiple lights. The included conical nozzle sprayed so nice.
Date published: 2015-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by SierraChicago from Far better than expected I bought a 2005 GMC Sierra that came from a mostly salt-free environment. Living in Chicago, the rocker panels are rotted off most GMT800 trucks, so I sprayed this product throughout the inside of the rockers and cab corners before it's first winter in the rust belt. I am astounded that there is still no rust after 2 Chicago winters parked outside. Highly recommend. Will do the same on my 2016 Tahoe before its first winter. Much better than any rustproofing product I have used before
Date published: 2016-08-15
i need black and how long does it take to ship
In stock parts will ship the same day that you order (provided you order by 5pm). Parts not in stock are labeled as to when they could ship, but it's typically 5-7 days.
Date published: 2015-05-19
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