So I usually spray a oil / grease mixture that I have to heat to be able to spray, I thought I would try something different this year. I have used other brands but non that were wax based, I really wanted something as close to the OEM ford frame coating as possible. I found that as with most things in life its all in the prep, blow the frame and area out thoroughly to remove all loose rust, flaking paint, and dirt. If you spray over this crap the end result will be poor just like your prep but if you clean everything well and take your time spraying the result is a nice smooth uniform coat that almost looks factory.
I use a undercoating gun I bought on Ebay but any siphon type gun works well as the liquid is very thin until the solvent dries out so I would not leave any open cans of this stuff out.
I can not discuss the quality of the product or the ability to stop rust as it has only been on the truck for a few days, my wife how ever dose not like the smell but I'm sure in time it will go away lol. I am going to spray my other truck with oil again to use as a control and see witch method works best this year, if they ask for my opinion again in the spring I'll be happy to give an honest answer.
I had a concern because I had some over spray after treating my 2014 GMC Pick-up. I was instructed by PSC that it should come off with a little mineral spirits. I ended up using odorless mineral spirits from my local hardware store and it worked perfect.
Thank You PSC!
I purchased the Undercoating in a can and spray gun kit to protect my pickup. Even with the material at 70degrees, it was very slow and difficult to get it from the 5 gallon pail into the 1liter bottle of the spray gun. I was able to warm the product to about 80 degrees and that helped a lot. Even warmer would be better.
While using the 360 degree spray attachment the product was not spraying well at the 80 psi recommended air pressure but works much better at 100 psi.
The product covered very well and did not drip at all. I used about 4 gallons to do the underbody, underbed, inside of doors, fenderwells, frame, and tailgate of a crewcab longbox truck.
Overall it is a good product and I hope it protects as well as it should. I would recommend it and I have already purchased another pail to do the underside of a snowmobile trailer
I have used Undercoating in can on multiple trucks and car I’m very happy with the look and Pennsylvania winter roads are very hard on vehicles and it’s held up great
Being that this is a undercoating product that it’s true quality is only proven over time, as far as its effectiveness I cannot comment on it at this time, however, my first initial thoughts are fantastic! The product applies very easily and coats extremely well, it looks great and you don’t have to panic if you get some on your exhaust system I had no experience of it burning. I have used fluid film in the past with less than marginal results, you have to recall every year, and it just washes off the underbody with weather and my trucks keep rusting! Those products work good in the doors but they are horrible for underbody it’s my true belief that this product will work fantastic, it really sticks to the frame and does not come off at this point I give it a five star review.
undercoating in a can went on good and looks good. I just sprayed it on last weekend so I haven't had time to see how it will last. I think it is going to hold up well to Maine winters.