To achieve expert results, please take the time to carefully read and understand the following directions before you begin your restoration project. These directions are meant to be general guidelines only and do not cover every application or environmental situation. If you have remaining questions or concerns, please contact us for technical assistance.

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Coverage:

Aerosol: 125 sq. ft. @ 1 mil thickness.
Quart: 200 sq. ft. @ 1 mil thickness.
Gallon: 800 sq. ft. @ 1 mil thickness.

If Using With RustSeal:

Using Cavity Coater along with RustSeal gives the ultimate in rust protection: Inside PLUS Outside Rust Protection. RustSeal protects the outside of the surface and Cavity Coater protects the interior cavity of the surface. Sealing both sides of the surface will give the longest lasting rust protection.

Order of Application Note: If using RustSeal and Cavity Coater, prep the surface and apply RustSeal FIRST. Then let the RustSeal cure. Then do the Cavity Coater application. The order is important because it is normal to get Cavity Coater on the exterior surface when applying and RustSeal will not adhere to Cavity Coater. Conversely, there is no issue getting Cavity Coater on fully cured RustSeal.

Surface Preparation:

Cavity Coater requires minimal surface preparation to be effective. Remove any readily accessible loose scaly rust. If grease/oil is present, clean surface using KBS Klean. The surface should be dry.

CAUTION: Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothing. Wear protective gloves and protective goggles. DO NOT SMOKE. Use only with adequate ventilation during application and drying.

NOTE: Do not caulk or paint over Cavity Coater. Cavity Coater should be applied AFTER paints/coatings have completely cured.

Aerosol Can Directions:

Shake extremely well before use & occasionally again often during application process. Hold can approximately 8-12 inches from surface to be coated. Apply a thin, even coat of 1 mil thickness. Cover completely but do not over-saturate. Wait 10 minutes for the coating to wick into the seams and weld joints. Remove any excess coating with a clean rag dampened with mineral spirits.

NOTE: Do not caulk or paint on top of Cavity Coater. For additional protection, Cavity Coater can be applied to weld seams after painting, if desired. Remove any excess Cavity Coater as described above.

The Cavity Coater Aerosol with Cavity Wand work best when the temperature is between 70-80F. For hard to reach enclosed cavities, attach a Cavity Wand to the Cavity Coater Aerosol can by gently pushing the spray tip in to the aerosol can and giving the spray tip a slight twist as you push it in. Insert the Cavity Wand into the cavity. Depress spray tip and withdraw from cavity at about one foot per second. Repeat to ensure complete coverage or as needed.

Flush residual coating from Cavity Wand by inverting Cavity Coater Aerosol can and spraying for 10 seconds to flush Cavity Wand.

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Bulk Can (Quart/Gallon) Directions:

Cavity Coater requires minimal surface preparation to be effective. Remove any readily accessible loose scaly rust. If grease/oil is present, and if possible, clean surface using KBS Klean. The surface should be dry.

Cavity Coater is applied through the KBS Schutz Underseal Spray Gun with a KBS 48” 360° Spray Wand or an auto body Schutz applicator type gun with spray wand. Thin Cavity Coater 30-50% with Mineral Spirits as needed and the pressure at the gun should be 90-150PSI as needed.

Cavity Coater may be poured into a clean container pot which fits your applicator gun.

Apply a uniform coating of Cavity Coater to interior surfaces. For optimum protection, a 1 mil dry film is recommended. Varying air pressure and wand speed through cavity area will aid in determining coverage. Typically move a one foot per second.

WARNING: If product is to be sprayed into enclosed areas such as door panels, the solvents in Cavity Coater may require several hours to escape. During this time, the enclosed area must be kept from heat, sparks, electrical devises, or open flames which could ignite vapors.

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Removing Excess Cavity Coater:

Lightly dampen (do not soak) a clean dry rag with mineral spirits and wipe off any excess Cavity Coater.

NOTE: Do not caulk or paint over Cavity Coater. Cavity Coater should be applied AFTER paints/coatings have completely cured.

Cleaning Cavity Wands:

Flush residual coating from Cavity Wand by inverting Cavity Coater Aerosol can and spraying for 10 seconds to flush Cavity Wand.

Cavity Coater - Instructional Video

Cavity Coater - Instructional Video

Cavity Coater Aerosol - How To Attach Cavity Wand

Cavity Coater Aerosol - How To Attach Cavity Wand
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