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Old 31-12-2017, 16:10   #1
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anyone know the best brush on underseal

havent got a spray gun or compressor so does anyone know the best brush on underseal to use on the evo?? wanna do chassis rails,floorpan,wheel arches etc

was thinking about tetroseal.
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Old 01-01-2018, 07:23   #2
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Can you use spray cans
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Old 01-01-2018, 09:16   #3
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Not brush on but very good.

https://www.bilthamber.com/car-underbody-protection-kit
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Old 01-01-2018, 09:56   #4
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I use brush on Waxoil. Easy to apply and a bit of white spirit gets rid of any excess.
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Rust bullet is by far the best protection you will get but pay for it &
its not a wax like finish.(smooth finish)

Have a look at Dinitrol they do it in a can with tubes for inside chassis rails ect
its the preferred product on the land rover scene

There is a spray can available for waxoil you heat the waxoil up in hot water then apply it by
a pump pressurising the can tis a wee bit messy but you get good coverage. Ive got a discovery
outside to do with this as that what the chap wants cant wait lol
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Rust bullet is by far the best protection you will get but pay for it &
its not a wax like finish.(smooth finish)

Have a look at Dinitrol they do it in a can with tubes for inside chassis rails ect
its the preferred product on the land rover scene

There is a spray can available for waxoil you heat the waxoil up in hot water then apply it by
a pump pressurising the can tis a wee bit messy but you get good coverage. Ive got a discovery
outside to do with this as that what the chap wants cant wait lol

I thought oil leaks were the most popular thing in the Land Rover scene to stop rust
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thanks for the reply guys.. are any of these products brush on with a brush? i cant use rattle cans so would need a brush on product ideally.

not sure if rust bullet is brush on or spray on.
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I thought oil leaks were the most popular thing in the Land Rover scene to stop rust
Sure does help they say if its not leaking oil there's none left in it lol
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thanks for the reply guys.. are any of these products brush on with a brush? i cant use rattle cans so would need a brush on product ideally.

not sure if rust bullet is brush on or spray on.
Any of the above
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Rust bullet is by far the best protection you will get but pay for it &
its not a wax like finish.(smooth finish)

Have a look at Dinitrol they do it in a can with tubes for inside chassis rails ect
its the preferred product on the land rover scene

There is a spray can available for waxoil you heat the waxoil up in hot water then apply it by
a pump pressurising the can tis a wee bit messy but you get good coverage. Ive got a discovery
outside to do with this as that what the chap wants cant wait lol
Is there a go to place to buy this stuff from or just google it? How much will I need for a full car?

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Sorry mate but RB is no way “by far” the best.

Try a 2 pack and you won’t look back

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Rust bullet is by far the best protection you will get but pay for it &
its not a wax like finish.(smooth finish)

Have a look at Dinitrol they do it in a can with tubes for inside chassis rails ect
its the preferred product on the land rover scene

There is a spray can available for waxoil you heat the waxoil up in hot water then apply it by
a pump pressurising the can tis a wee bit messy but you get good coverage. Ive got a discovery
outside to do with this as that what the chap wants cant wait lol
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Sorry mate but RB is no way “by far” the best.

Try a 2 pack and you won’t look back
2 pack of what ?? that helps the op mind he cant spray it
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thanks for the reply guys.. are any of these products brush on with a brush? i cant use rattle cans so would need a brush on product ideally.
Waxoil is brush on as previously stated.
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2 pack epoxy mastic

https://www.rust.co.uk/em-121-epoxy-...-paint/c28117/

Spray, brush or roll

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2 pack of what ?? that helps the op mind he cant spray it
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Sorry mate but RB is no way “by far” the best.

Try a 2 pack and you won’t look back
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2 pack epoxy mastic

https://www.rust.co.uk/em-121-epoxy-...-paint/c28117/

Spray, brush or roll
My lappy says its an unsecure link ?? epoxy mastic 121 by chance??
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