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Username Post: Rustproofing        (Topic#361544)
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06-27-20 05:34 PM - Post#2797335    

I would like to rustproof the insides of the rockers on my 1950. I do not want undercoating. What products have you used? Thanks


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06-27-20 10:19 PM - Post#2797349    
    In response to belairbob50

I've never used them, so no personal knowledge, but Ziebart was a BIG name in rust protection when I grew up in nothern Ohio.

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06-28-20 10:08 AM - Post#2797371    
    In response to RAM_51

Do a search for Cavity Wax. it is sprayed into the cavities and migrates into the nooks, crannies, and crevises.


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06-28-20 10:31 AM - Post#2797373    
    In response to 40grit

X2 on cavity wax. It is available in spray cans and you can get different length wands with a tip that sprays in basically 360 degrees to reach all areas.

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06-28-20 03:19 PM - Post#2797400    
    In response to wagonman100

Another thing that you might try from Eastwood g-ae...


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06-28-20 05:15 PM - Post#2797407    
    In response to Doug52sedandelivery

I have used the Eastwood Internal Frame Paint with good success. I bought the green color so I could see the paint coming out of the black frame. I have also used Honey Coat on the inside of the doors, rear quarters and the trunk. I plan on contacting the company on Monday to see if this product is usable inside the rockers. Honey Coat never dries and you don't want to use it in a fender well because road debris will stick to it.

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06-28-20 07:57 PM - Post#2797416    
    In response to belairbob50

I also used the Eastwood product(green) for the inner rockers.

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