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chassis saver paint

Discussion in 'Truck & Equipment Repair' started by yukonslt3, Nov 13, 2015.

  1. yukonslt3

    yukonslt3 Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    i want to know if anyone has used this before i want to do the rocker panels and around the fenders on my blazer thanks
  2. bmc1025

    bmc1025 Member
    Messages: 41

    Check to make sure it is uv stable. Rustoleum semi-flat paint has the same look and holds up well.
  3. leigh

    leigh 2000 Club Member
    from CT
    Messages: 2,342

    I've been using it for years now.Very thick,need to pour in separate container the amount you need to use(I scoop it out with a cup),can't pour unused back into can,once opened you need to pour a little solvent on top so it doesn't harden,it will run if you put on a little thick(2 coats is best),you can spray it with the recommended thinner,it takes a long time to dry,proper surface prep is a must,it should be topcoated or it will fade.If you get it on you it will never come off! When you put top back on can put a piece of food wrap on top,you'll never get lid off,this stuff is like glue.