Can You Paint Over Fluid Film. Fluid film is a unique product for rust protection. Fluid film will not harm most paints.
Next day we painted using por15 and did two coats letting it tack up between coats so it didnt drag on the second coat. I'd recommend wool wax as a thicker and less stinky alternative to fluid film. It's a solution of phosphoric acid, and the water is needed to neutralize and flush it away.
I paint everything under neath with eastwoods rust encapsulator and chasis black epoxy paint.
It seems to hold on better and i'll be using it again. If it’s 20 or so it will probably spray ok. Can i paint over a surface treated with fluid film?
A light application is all that is necessary.
Fluid film will not harm most paints. This product is not entirely formulated to remove or eliminate rust. It can be sprayed directly on most painted surfaces without any harmful effects.
The air losing pressure will more then cancel out any pre heating.
I hear an airless paint sprayer works well but i'm not sure that would get inside small tight area as well and a spray gun that can accept a hose attachment. This guy has a series of videos he's done on applying and the long term results of fluid film. Fluid film is a unique product for rust protection.
So now i'm looking at purchasing a gallon of fluid film and trying to figure out my best option for applying it.
Here’s another great undercoating spray that is fluid film 1 gallon can undercoating. Ya you likely wiped the factory coating away, but remember if you leave it alone the fluid film is still protecting the metal and protecting it better than the factory coating. I can't praise it enough!
Fluid film will tend to cling to the undercarriage a little better than used motor oil, although that would work too.
I think you will find them helpful for application as well as convincing as to the results. With very low vocs, everything that you apply stays on the surface to protect it from rust. Then paint it before applying fluid film.