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  2. po18guy

    Primer>Color>clear?

    So, my aerosol technique might not be the best. Ended up with a lot of orange peel (probably laid it on too thick). Oven cured it, as that seems to smooth it out just a bit. Had some Meguire's "fine cut" #2 cleaner and tried it on the proverbial "inconspicuous" area. Smoothed it right out. Finished it with a coat of Meguire's NXT Tech Wax and it is glossy, smooth and rock hard. Now looks like the powdercoat it is replacing. Pretty amazing stuff.
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  4. KBS Top Coater is a superior coating formulated to be brushed, rolled or sprayed offering maximum coverage and professional looking results. KBS Top Coater is an ideal top coat paint for RustSeal when the area will be consistently exposed to sunlight. KBS Top Coater is a very high solids paint that does not run or sag, and gives at least twice the coverage of conventional paints.
  5. “True testament to KBS Coatings, from break-in to 3 years later, no change in color on my lake pipes on this hemi!” -Brad A XTC: https://www.kbs-coatings.com/XTC.html XTC Primer: https://www.kbs-coatings.com/XTC-Primer.html
  6. “I used KBS Paint Stripper to remove many layers of old undercoating from the wheel wells on my 69 Mustang. It worked extremely well. I sprayed it on once and let is work and it just fell off easily with a scraper. I sprayed it on a 2nd time to do a final cleanup then finished off the wells with a sanding disk the followed up with KBS Klean.” -Stacey
  7. "Want to give a shout out to KBS Coatings on their 3 step under coating paint - RustSeal. I was able to do this after their KBS Klean and RustBlast products." -Pat C.
  8. "Using KBS Klean, RustBlast & RustSeal and BlackTop made this trailer restoration job much easier and virtually less time consuming verses the traditional practice of grinding rust, priming and spray painting. As reflected in the pictures, KBS will exceed your expectations." -Randy P.
  9. “1987 Chevy R10. Used RustSeal on underside of cab and applied KBS UnderCoat Rubberized as a top coat.” - Jeff R. RustSeal: https://www.kbs-coatings.com/RustSeal.html KBS UnderCoat: https://www.kbs-coatings.com/UnderCoat-Solvent-Rubberized.html
  10. KBS Coatings

    Oil Run off?

    We have tested the KBS UnderCoat extensively and the coatings did not show signs of softening or degradation due to temperature or humidity and no signs of runoff. Please let us know if that helps and if you have any additional questions.
  11. “This stuff is just amazing. Honestly. I am preparing my racecar for the upcoming Time Attack season and wanted to tidy things up for those impromptu photo shoots at the track. All I can say is well done. Stuff is tough and just looks killer. More folks should know about this stuff.” - Chance C. https://www.kbs-coatings.com/DiamondFinish-Clear-Aerosol.html
  12. CDNBlackArrow

    Oil Run off?

    Hey, this may seem odd but does anyone know if asphalt/-rubberized undercoating has any sort of run-off, i.e. oil runoff with moistures/high humidity? considering using uncercoating to cover some parts in a septic water system. thanks for your thoughts and opinions
  13. KBS Coatings

    Rust coming through Rust Seal coat

    Sounds good. We are looking forward to seeing them.
  14. MarkW

    Rust coming through Rust Seal coat

    Thanks for your inputs. I will try this over the course of the next couple of weeks and try to remember to post the results here.
  15. The best way to prevent orange peel is to thin the DiamondFinish Clear up to 30% with KBS #1 Thinner and make sure you apply as thin as you can for each coat. You also want to be sure to apply when it is the least humid which helps the DiamondFinish Clear solvents not evaporate so fast. Please let us know if those suggestions help and if you have any additional questions.
  16. I have been using KBS to coat soft foam poppers for flyfishing. If I dip them and let them hang I get an acceptable finish but have to deal with drips in the mount that products undesirable results. Dipped and Hung..... Acceptable finish. Problem is if I dont keep chasing the drips I end up with bubbles on the lips. If I put them on the wheel I end up with orange peal. I need a method that I can dip them and put them on a wheel because it is the fasted way to get them coated. I do this with epoxy and have no problem. The heads are painted with Createx Wicked Colors and heat set. Any suggestions....... Brad
  17. KBS Coatings

    Rust coming through Rust Seal coat

    It is important to know that Tank Sealer does not stick well to cured Tank Sealer without some help. With that in mind, here is what you can do to put a second coat of Tank Sealer in your tank. 1) Clean the inside of the tank extremely well with KBS Klean to get rid of all fuel residue. The sealed tank needs to be very clean. Let the tank dry out 100%. 2) Pour some Fusion Self-Etch Primer in the tank. Roll around so all sides have a nice thin coat and drain out the excess. (Fusion is designed to go on as a dust coat so thin is perfect). 3) Let the tank sit overnight so the Fusion Self-Etch Primer has proper time to cure. 4) Pour another can of Tank Sealer in the tank. Rotate the tank slowly and get all sides coated evenly and then drain out the excess. Be careful to not let the Tank Sealer puddle. 5) Let the tank cure for at least 4 days before putting it back in service. Please let us know if that helps and if you have any additional questions.
  18. MarkW

    Rust coming through Rust Seal coat

    I sealed the inside of the tank. My posting was incorrect (went back and checked) - I used Tank Sealer, as you suggest. Thanks for your prompt response. and looking forward to your help with this.
  19. KBS Coatings

    Rust coming through Rust Seal coat

    RustSeal is typically used on the outside of a tank and Tank Sealer is used on the inside. Just for clarification and so we can give you the best advice, did you coat the outside of the inside of the tank?
  20. I coated a motorcycle tank with Rust Seal and am mostly happy with it, but I have a couple of areas of rust definitely showing through the coating. The coating appears to be adhering well, and there are no blisters or peeling, but there is definitely rust coming through where perhaps the coating is thin. The tank has fuel in it, but I can see the rust forming in the bottom. What can I do to fix this? Can I clean the tank again, use Rust Blast and then put more Rust Seal on it, or do I need to strip the RustSeal and start over (hoping to just recoat, not strip and recoat). Please help. Thanks
  21. This entire engine compartment was coated with KBS Coatings. RustSeal and BlackTop on the firewall and frame components. Motor Coater was used on the engine. Professional Results at a DIY Price.
  22. KBS Coatings

    Primer>Color>clear?

    Your very welcome. Please reach out if you have any additional questions.
  23. “I wanted to thank you for such a great product. I’m restoring my 1986 GMC Sierra Classic & wanted to freshen up the old rusty frame. I purchased the Large Frame Kit & was extremely impressed by how easily it was to use and how well it worked on even the rustiest of surfaces. The finished product was awesome! Thanks again!” -VS Large Frame Coater Kit
  24. Chevy Orange Motor Coater on Engine. XTC Cast Iron Grey on Headers XTC Stainless Steel on Exhaust RustSeal Gloss Black on Underside RustSeal Galv Steel on Drive Shaft RustSeal & BlackTop on Firewall, A-Arms & Frame under Engine
  25. “Hand made Real Carbon Fiber dash pad for my 1973 Plymouth Duster made from the frame up and cleared with 4 coats of DiamondFinish Clear!” -Mario M DiamondFinish Clear --> https://www.kbs-coatings.com/DiamondFinish-Clear.html
  26. KBS Coatings

    Xtream Temperture Coating on Cast Iron Heads

    Awesome! That is what we expect and we love to hear it!
  27. silverbullet07

    Xtream Temperture Coating on Cast Iron Heads

    4 months later and paint is still not turning colors on the exhaust ports. Awesome paint!
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