Undercoating In A Can, Clear Wax in a 12oz. Aerosol Can
Undercoating In A Can "Clear Wax" is a premium wax-based rust preventative sealant that protects the undercarriages of commercial and automotive vehicles and trailers. It is an alternative to the popular Undercoating In A Can "Original Black Wax", but with a clear translucent finish.
This product goes on as a thin gel with a low viscosity that allows for the film to build on vertical surfaces and have seam penetration (capillary action) into areas with metal-to-metal overlap. The resulting film is wax-like in nature and will repel water, self-heal and remain flexible at low temperatures. The appearance will transform from a milky white coating to a translucent finish once fully cured. It remains in place to provide continued corrosion protection for up to 5 years. This makes it a great option for those wanting a premium, long-lasting undercoating that doesn't change the color of the underbody and frame parts.
Undercoating In A Can Clear Wax was formulated to pass all the requirements of Honda's Specification titled Test Method on Wax. The recommended film thickness for Clear Wax is 6 mils wet resulting in a 2 mils dry film. Dry time at this thickness is 4 hours to touch and overnight for full cure depending on temperature conditions. This is a heavy wax-based product and over-sprayed areas can create more of a hazier appearance. This can be remedied by brushing out the heavy areas with a paint brush while still wet. It is recommended that you first apply to a test area to determine the best coverage and visual results you would like to achieve.
Undercoating In A Can Clear Wax Applications
Commercial Vehicles - Tractor Trailers
Passenger Cars and Light Trucks
Or any surface where corrosion is a concern
Undercoating In A Can Clear Wax Benefits
Protects against rust & corrosion
Translucent finish allow base color to show through
Stop or reduce existing rust from spreading
Sound Deadening to reduce road noise
Remains Pliable to resist Chips and Cracks
Last 4x longer than Oil-Based and Asphalt-Based Undercoatings