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Old 03-06-2010, 12:21 PM
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What's good undercoating in a can? I've used Napa brand but I'm not sure I like it. It's not high solids imo and doesn't build up well and it dries super long. I've used other brand a long time ago and it had very good coverage and was real thick but forgot which one it was. I just bought some 3M coating in green can and will try it out later.
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i always liked undercoating to be rubberized and paintable. I find if the brand can do this is a ok brand
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I always use 3M 8864 and it builds up fast but you have to use a schutz gun to to apply it there is also 8881 thats in a can that we used for spot repair and it builds good for a aerosol can
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Proform stuff works fine for me.
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Something that shoots heavy but not to heavy and rubberizes... Rustoleum is good ive used it on undercoating.
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used that 3M coating in green can. What a difference between napa brand. It actually dries faster and doesn't come off when dry and is black not brownish like napa brand
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