|03-17-2004 04:18 PM|
|BOBCRMAN@aol.com||sprayed as it came from the can. The undercoat gun has large spray orfice. Cleaned up equipment with lacquer thinner, used many times for this operation. Just don't let it dry on anything! Takes a few weeks to get it out of arm skin!|
|03-17-2004 01:13 PM|
|Darkman270||Do you apply the POR15 with the undercoating gun? Did you have to thin? Did you throw away the gun after using it? I need to get up inside some boxed frame rails.|
|03-17-2004 12:50 PM|
|BOBCRMAN@aol.com||I use an old undercoating gun, it has about a 30" long nozzle. I usually use POR inside my doors, the stuff is indestructable and kills any hidden rust in seams.|
|03-17-2004 12:45 PM|
Spraying inside doors etc.......
How do you folks spray DP or other sealer and rust killers inside doors or tight panel areas. I need to seal the inside of some doors that have been blasted. They are not very rusty inside, but I would like to seal up what is there.
I could pour in some DP and the rock the doors, but that would not work very well on the inside panel, just the door skin and the bottom....
I am looking at the Eastwood undercoating gun with the flexible wand. It sounds like it would spray DP...