[ROVERNET - UK] Underbody paint
v8rover at earthlink.net
Wed Oct 20 16:43:35 BST 2004
I just completed this project; for the base unit I first stripped down to
bare metal, then used a product called "Zero Rust". For the underside of
the car I sprayed on a good undercoating; most good body shop material
supply houses will recommend Bodyshutz as did a couple of custom painters
that I spoke to. For the rest of the car, i.e. those portions that needed
to be painted, I then coated the Zerorust with hi-build epoxy primer, block
sanded, and went with a base coat/clear coat.
In the past on other cars that I wasn't doing a complete restoration job on,
I simply cleaned the undercoating, scraped off the loose stuff, and recoated
with a good undercoating. You can get undercoating in either a spray can or
paint it on with a brush.
----- Original Message -----
From: <rogerdm at iprimus.com.au>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 9:27 PM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Underbody paint
> Could you place the following on rovernet
> I am progressively removing and repainting the panels on my P6.
> What do Roverneters recommend about repainting/refreshing the paint of the
> base unit. The existing paint appears to be a bituminous substance.
> Roger Matheson
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