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I own a 2006 Chevy pick up truck and the rockers below the doors are starting to rust. I intend to grind all the old paint and surface rust off of the rockers with the intention of treating and repainting the rockers on both sides using RBS. Would this kit be the right way to go for this application?

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The System Sampler Kit would be ideal for you because it contains enough products to clean, etch, and paint that entire area before coat over the RustSeal with your "RBS".

System Sampler Contents

  • 8oz. - KBS Klean
  • 8oz. - RustBlast
  • 8oz. - RustSeal (any color)
  • Black Nitrile Gloves
  • Two Brushes
  • Stir Stick
  • Complete & Detailed Instructions

Please review the RustSeal Directions.

To Top Coat RustSeal:

To protect against unwanted cosmetic changes, topcoat RustSeal with any opaque paint system. Please note that a clear topcoat cannot provide the needed UV protection. Choose the closest color associated RustSeal primer to compliment your topcoat and protect against potential visible surface chips.

BlackTop and KBS MAXX are high performance protective coatings like RustSeal and are an ideal topcoat for all UV exposed parts. When BlackTop or KBS MAXX are used as a topcoat over RustSeal, they produce an incredibly tough and professional looking finish.

There are three effective ways to topcoat RustSeal (with BlackTop, KBS MAXX, or other top coat paints) effectively so that the coatings bond and fuse together. Please choose the one that works for your project.

1) Apply your top coat once the second or final coat of RustSeal is dry-to-the-touch and does not leave a fingerprint (usually 3-8 hours depending on temperature and humidity).

2) Let the second or final coat of RustSeal fully cure (at least 24 hours), scuff the RustSeal with 320 grit, then apply your top coat.

3) Let the second or final coat of RustSeal fully cure (at least 24 hours), dust the RustSeal with Fusion Self-Etching Primer, let the Fusion cure for 30 minutes, then apply your top coat.

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