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Prevention - Eastwood Internal Frame Coating

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Eastwood Internal Frame Coating - Black w/Spray Nozzle

Internal Frame Coating destroys rust hiding inside the chassis.

Product Code: EW15275Z

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Eastwood Internal Frame Coating - Black w/Spray Nozzle - EW15275Z

Internal Frame Coating is a quality rust inhibitor that destroys rust hiding inside the chassis, so it doesn't rust its way through

  • ▶   Tough phenolic resin penetrates, converts 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
  • ▶   Covers 10 sq. ft. per can
  • ▶   Fully cures in 24 hours

You spend time and money restoring a chassis...but what about all that rust inside the frame? Use our Internal Frame Coating to make your chassis rust-free throughout!

Application

1. Always wear eye protection and chemical resistant gloves when using.
2. Shake can vigorously for at least 1 minute before and occasionally during use.
3. Insert extension tube into spray nozzle. You may want to add a small drop of super glue to retain the extension nozzle into spray nozzle.
4. Insert extension nozzle into frame openings, bolt holes, etc.
5. Depress spray button and apply coating while pulling the extension nozzle back from the opening.
6. Continue in all areas you can for complete coverage.
7. Internal Frame Coatings viscosity will creep into deep pocks and under heavy rust to assure.

Coverage

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

Safety

Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection when applying this product. Use in a well ventilated area away from open flame. Store in a cool dry place.

Frequent Asked Questions:

(Q) Can this be used on the outside of frame without painting?
(A) it would not be recommended.. There is not a normal nozzle that comes with this product to properly spray in the manner that you would need to for external application

(Q) Can Eastwood Internal Frame Coating be used on an oil pan will it with stand the heat?
(A) If you are spraying the outside of an oil pan to stop rust you should use our Rust Encapsulator instead. This product is heat resistant up to 400F.

(Q) Does a frame section have to be completely free of oil and grease? The frame on my vehicle was internally sprayed with oil a year or two ago. Oil is not dripping out, but drain holes and seams have oil residue around them, so some oil is present.
(A) Oil is typically going to cause an issue. The frame should be as clean as possible inside and out before the application of any paint materials.

(Q) What temps can this product handle? If it is already applied and I plan on having the outside of the frame powdercoated, can it handle the heat of the oven used to cure the powder coating?
(A) 300 degrees you would want to powder before applying the product

(Q) is internal frame coating paintable
(A) Yes, internal frame coating is paintable.

(Q) Is the product affected by diesel fuel and the treatment and conditioners available? I would like to use this product to coat a replacement filler tube to prevent rusting which happened to the oem tube.
(A) It will not withstand any constant, repetitive exposure to fuel of any kind.

(Q) Can I use the frame coater inside the heater channels on a Volkswagen beetle and not have to worry about any ill effects from the heated air running through it? Temperatures would be a little over 100 degree f.
(A) Yes, if its only going to reach 100degrees max the product will hold up just fine.

(Q) at what temps can it be applied?
(A) Internal frame coating and all other liquid paint materials should ideally be applied between 70 and 90 degrees.

PRODUCT INFORMATION
msds Eastwood Internal Frame Coating Information Sheet

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.

PRODUCT INFORMATION
msds Eastwood Internal Frame Coating Material Safety Data Sheet

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.

How To Prevent Rust - Protect Your Chassis With Internal Frame Coating

To protect this trucks chassis from future rust, we show how to apply Eastwood's Internal Frame Coating to the inside of the frame.


  • "Internal frame coating"
    I purchased 5 cans of this product to coat the inside of a Jeep wrangler frame during a "frame off" restoration. It took 3 cans to complete one very heavy coat. Be sure to use drop cloths, gloves, and eye protection, as the product does (predictably) spray out of any frame holes during application. I blew out the frame with compressed air prior to applying this product (amazing how much rust, scale, and dirt will come out). Found it helpful to tape a straightened coat hanger to the tube to help prevent "coil-up" in frame and allow directional use. reuse hose on successive cans. cans emptied completely with no leftover. Product doesn't smell bad but be sure to use ventilation. It appears to have left a nice coating on the inside of the frame. (see photos) For those of you who are "nit-picky" please note that it will discolor your external frame paint if already done. Mine has a coat of Por15, Por primer, and Por Chassis black, and you can see where it does run and discolor. (see photos) In all, I like this product and will definitely use it again. Very good price. Good luck with your project!
  • I'm impressed
    I purchased the Eastwood internal frame coating to treat my daughters jeep wrangler. She goes to school in FL and drives her jeep on the beach. The tube diffuser worked perfectly. I taped up all the holes that I knew I wouldn't be using during the process and used cardboard as a cover to minimize any overspray that might shoot out the holes I didn't tape. Additionally, I purchased an inexpensive($2.) painters plastic drop cloth that I drove the jeep onto to protect my driveway from any paint leaks/drips (Walmart or Lowes). The spraying action is really cool technology and covered really well. Now it's all about the test of time.
  • Great product
    I bought this stuff and I was very happy with it worked awesome. Used it on my 92 s10 blazer I sprayed my frame and I also used it in side the floor supports. I had to do rocker panels I also sprayed it inside the posts between the doors and inside my quater panels the stuff worked amazing ! Great spraying force and great coverage it did drip out of the holes on the frame but it worked awesome I'd but it again and again went thru three cans and none of the tips clogged.
  • 50 Willys Wagon
    My latest rust bucket project - 1950 Willys wagon that has been stuck in a pasture for over 30 years. After months of cutting & welding on the cab, was finally able to remove the frame. Removed the old front and rear end, pressure washed inside and out, welded up the countless small factory holes on the frame, taped the rest and then coated liberally inside with the internal frame coating. This is my 3rd project using this stuff and still very pleased with the results. As others have pointed out, only time will tell if it was worth the time & effort.
  • An essential product for any vehicle.
    Eastwood's internal frame coating is a highly innovative product that offers protection for an often over looked but critical area of any car or truck. The inside of any frame is just as important as its exterior, but many don't take into consideration the need for internal treatment. This product makes it very easy to help your frame last a lifetime, and comes in at a small cost, considering the benefits. I highly recommend it!
  • Good encapsulator
    I just did the front frame rails and transmission tunnel rail with a can and a half. Learn from my mistake and blow air through the rail until you have all holes covered with tape. If you don't you'll have a black mess on your floor. The can pumps out the paint fast. I pulled the hose about 1 inch per second and still had lots of excess paint. Have the Eastwood pre-prep and a bunch of paper towels on hand for clean up. Next time I use it, I'm going to put something like roofing tar paper down just to be safe. Wear gloves, and have good ventilation or wear a carbon filter paint mask.
  • Read all the reviews... this stuff is cool
    Eastwood should let you know this could also be use in other hard to get at common rust out places. Yes it's super thin and so I used it inside my door bottoms where the outer skin is crimped at the bottom. Being so thin it's able to seep deep into the seam, I also hit the lower hinge portion inside the door. The next day this stuff was rock hard so I the sealed off that lower seam with an under coating so no moisture will ever seep into that area again. I also used this on my Running Board braces under the running board. Eastwood's long flex extension nozzle works perfect for both of these. Read all the reviews as they are correct in saying it's messy and runny so I prepared ahead of time and then when done I had not bought the cleaner they recommend to clean out the nozzle and extension, so I put their nozzle on a can of brake cleaner and presto, clean as a whistle and read for the next job. I love this stuff. JP.
  • Works excellent!!
    I have used this before (when only green was available) and was very pleased with the product. The black looks much better IMHO and works just as great. As mentioned by other reviewers, tape up all the existing frame holes because this stuff will leak out of every hole etc.
  • Really liked the product
    I'm working on a '69 Camaro and want to make sure everything is sealed. Well the frame has some difficult area's to get epoxy into just like full a frame car does. So I went with this and the hosed-nozzle and it worked great. The nozzle disperses in a semi-wide spray pattern that doesn't miss anything it passes by, getting those hard to reach area's. Not being a full frame, I still went with 2 cans to make sure it was well coated. Very pleased with the results. Just a few suggestions for users. WEAR GLOVES!! When this stuff makes contact, it adheres big time. Try to use it before coating the outside because it will find it's way out of any gap or hole because of how well the nozzle sprays. Finally. If you get the nozzle and plan to use it in the future, get a can of PRE to flush it immediately after use. If you give it enough time to settle in the tube, you may as well throw it away. The PRE will clear the line within seconds and you will have plenty of it left over for either the next time you need to clear the nozzle or for your other paint prepping needs.
  • Makes it easy
    Did my Jeep JK 2 door as more of a rust preventative measure. Used all 3 cans to get one decent application plus a few funky areas underneath spring perches and up into the underside of the rocker panels. Didn't feel the need to tape a coat hanger on and just moved the hose back and forth and around and I got great coverage. It is a mess but whatever. Overall a great product...time will tell if it stops the Jeep frame cancer from getting a foothold.
  • EASY TO APPLY
    HI GUYS,I'VE USED EASTWOODS INTERNAL FRAME COATING ON MANY MUSCLE CARS IT'S SO EASY TO APPLY AND STOPS RUST IN IT'S TRACTS WONDERFUL PRODUCT.I USE IT IN ALL THE ROCKER PANELS AND INSIDE THE DOORS.I'VE READ SOME REVIEWS WHERE CUSTOMERS SAY THEY DIDN'T LIKE THE 24 INCH TUBE BECAUSE THEY COULDN'T IT TO LAY STRIGHT IT KEPT CURLING UP THIS IS WHAT I DO AND IT WORKS PERFECT,JUST HANG THE TUBE FROM THE SPRAY CAN ADAPTOR END AND CLIP A LITTLE WEIGHT ON THE OTHER END TO PULL THE TUBE STRIGHT THAN I USE A HAIR DRYER TO HEAT UP THE TUBE A LITTLE AND WHEN IT COOLS IT WILL BE PERFECTLY STRIGHT.I APPLY THE COATING THAN AFTER 24 HOURS I APPLY THE SECOND COAT YOUR DONE. ALSO DON'T FORGET TO BUY EASTWOODS PREP SPRAY PUT THE TUBE ON THE PREP CAN SPRAY JUST A LITTLE AND THE TUBE IS CLEANED AND IT CAN BE USED MANY TIMES OVER. THANKS MUSCLE CAR LOVER.
  • First Time User!
    I have two Chevy trucks and wanted to try this product out. I bought four cans of Black Internal Frame Coating. Love the extension hose that comes with it. It made the job much easier. It can get a little messy, but if you control where and the amount sprayed it will cover a lot of area. I used three and a half cans for both chassis. Not bad! This winter will be my test to see how it holds up in Maine.
  • Works great
    Bought one can to try it out. Covered most of my jeep frame (internally). Will be buying more. Only thing is I wish it was a little cheaper but worth the cost of saving my frame in future years. I will say to be careful as you spray and pull the tube along the frame. It's hard to tell how long the tube is and if it pops out the frame while you're spraying, you're going to get coated as well.
  • Perfect solution for my 54 Ford Pickup,
    My truck has the classic rolled top on the bed sidewall. Full of classic surface rust. I pulled a stiff brush through (several times) to knock off the loose stuff, then pulled a rag soaked in rust converter. All good.
    But what to do to coat the inside to seal it up. Eastwood's Internal Frame Coating is the business, zipped through a couple times and ready to go.
    Thanks for a great product.
  • Eastwood rust prevention products
    Eastwoods internal frame coating is the only product of it"s kind that I know of and performs "exactly" as advertised ! This stuff is one tough coating and complete coverage is accomplished with the wand provided with the kit !! In fact all of the Eastwood rust prevention products are far superior to what I have used from retail outlets !! I have no doubt it will work for you !!!!
  • Easy to use
    I purchased 1 can to do the inside of my Jeep TJ frame. Probably could have used two, but at least I coated everywhere that I wanted to coat, probably 75% percent of it. I didn't really want a thick coat in case that would lead to peeling later. It took hours to prep the inside of the frame - only a few minutes to apply the product. Prep of course is the key. Drilled holes at each CA mount and garden hosed the frame out. A few days later after drying, I put a speedo cable on my drill and spun it inside the frame to knock stuff loose. Finished up with an air hose to blow the loose stuff out - it took a while. The length of the provided hose could reach everywhere. As others have said, this stuff is runny and gets sticky fast - wear gloves. You will be getting some drips on the ground. Apply it in the yard and not on your driveway. Clean out the hose with brakecleen or carp cleaner and you could use it again if needed.
  • Pleasantly surprised
    I applied this to my new Sierra 1500. I needed two cans to do the frame and cross members. Product is thin and sprays nicely. I suggest hanging the applicator tubes in a warm environment with a weight hanging from the end. I used sunlight. This uncoils the tubes. It sticks really well as I found it hard to remove from my garage floor.
  • good stuff
    I ordered one can to do the frame of my 442. It sprayed well and flows fast. One can goes fast so two would be better for a frame. It is so easy to use but a word of caution only spray it on things you want it on because when it dries it is there for good. I got some over-spray on my tool box and it is not coming off.
  • Used internal to truck tailgate
    My 04 Silverado started showing some corrosion at the lower drain hole area. I poped the gate off and rested the gate on some saw horses with some cushion. I roughed up and cleaned the drain area. I Inserted the tube thru existing holes at each side of gate and simply sprayed as I drew the tube out. Great product!
  • Easy to use, hopefully will do the job
    I had some rust just starting to form on my inner door panels on a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. I first took off the door panels then hit the inside of the door with compressed air. Followed that up with a shop vac cleaning the scrapd what I could away of the factory undercoating. (Really poor stuff) Sprayed three coats in each door. Because the hose that comes with the bottle is a bit flimsey I taped it to a long flat head screwdriver which allowed me to nicely direct the nozzle where I wanted it. (I think the process would have been much messier and less effective had I not done this.)
    What is nice about this stuff is that it is much thinner than regular undercoating so you do not need to worry about it clogging up factory drain holes. It just drips out of each hole (makes a bit of mess so be sure to lay newspaper below each door) and I then cleaned up the exterior surface of the inner door panel with gasoline.
    Be sure to wear gloves and a long sleeve shirt you don't care about. This stuff does make a mess.