Rusfre Black Undercoating Material

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PART#: 1020F-1 STARTING AT $29.46

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Description

Coverage is approximately 50-70 sq ft per gallon at 8-10mil wet coat

Black Undercoating Material

Sprays on using Rusfre Mitey Bee Gun (sold separately)

A Rubberized, Chemically Formulated Effective Rust Preventive

Contains Bound Fibers for Bonding to Prevent Chipping, Cracking & Peeling

Sprays Evenly, Covers Effectively & Sound Deadens

Comes in One Gallon Container

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    Questions and answers

      Can I roll or brush this product on rusfre undercoating
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      Q Can I roll or brush this product on rusfre undercoating answer now
      Asked by Nancy Swafford on July 10, 2022 10:21 pm
      A PART#: 1013-1 is the brush / roll on version. we do not recommend brush / rolling this item.
    2. Should I, or can I, pretreat the underbody with OSPHO and/or cold galvanizing compound before applying this product?
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      Q Should I, or can I, pretreat the underbody with OSPHO and/or cold galvanizing compound before app...... Read more answer now
      Asked by David Covert on March 25, 2021 8:15 am
      Answered by the admin Sorry I am not familiar with those products.
      A Yes you can use either of these pre-treatment of RusFre rubberized coating. If the undercarriage has rust already, I would recommend applying a rust encapsulator / rust convertor first.
    4. Followup question....thanks for the responses but my question is how do you get the container to relax enough to add thinner as the material is right at the top allowing nothing robe added until the jug goes back to its original shape. They call this paneling but no one addresses a solution.
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      Q Followup question....thanks for the responses but my question is how do you get the container to ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Dave on January 29, 2021 10:03 am
      Answered by the admin

      I would suggest trying to warm the containers up and to not try to thin them. Warming them should help loosen the material which should help the container relax back into shape. It should also help the product spray more freely. Don't put them in direct heat. Possibly just bring them into your house and let them sit for a few days, or put them in some direct sunlight for a day.

    6. I have some setting on the shelf. The container shows sign of shrinkage and the contents are right at the top of the jug. (1 gallon). I suspect evaporation if the solvents in the product. What can I add to the undercoating so as not to change the dry time? What is the normal consistency when fresh? I have 4 gallons and really don't want to discard. Thanks Dave Stumbaugh R&D Services 708 890-8550
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      Q I have some setting on the shelf. The container shows sign of shrinkage and the contents are righ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Dave Stumbaugh on January 27, 2021 9:03 am
      A I have had the same thing happen, I reduced it with enamel reducer to a level that would go through the spray system. It worked great and some of what I put on a couple of years ago is still going strong. Just be careful of overspray onto delicate painted surfaces if you thin it out that way. The thinning agent you use may effect the paint. That stuff is GOOD it does a great job.
      A We don't have any recommendation on adding anything to it. If you look at the MSDS on on our website it show the chemicals that it is made of. Mineral Spirits is listed , so you may be able to use that.

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