Hey, it’s Tony from LearnAutoBodyAndPaint. Today’s topic is all about TITE Seal. Check out video!
I’m working on the ’67 Chevelle Project. I took out the battery tray and as you can see, it’s all rusted out. I already put an undercoating on the other side of it.
As you can see, all of this area has been undercoated before I dropped the motor in. As you can see in the video, I still have to wire brush it and do some undercoating.
Here’s Tite Seal, a product which I’ll use for this tray. I recommend that you use the paintable version of this product because it gets dry, wherein the non-paintable version of this gets tacky and wet.
I picked this product off of eBay and sells around $10-$12 per can. However, this was on promo and I got luck. I bought 4 packs for $20. I already tried it and it’s a good one.
All you need to do is shake and shoot. It’s super easy. Check out the video as I show you a demo using this product.
Directly put it rust and get a wire brush to scrub it. Wipe it down with lacquer thinner and a wet rag and give it a couple coats.
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