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Eastwood 31130Z

Under Gone Undercoating Remover 17 oz Aerosol

Eastwood 31130Z

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Eastwood 31130Z Under Gone Undercoating Remover 17 oz Aerosol $12.99
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Under Gone Undercoating Remover
  • 17 oz Aerosol

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    31130Z

    Now you can remove undercoat with ease! Eastwood's Biodegradable Undercoat Remover quickly loosens the bond of the undercoating to the base metal and allows you to easily scrape it loose. It is not for use with baked-on, epoxy or urethane undercoatings. Eastwood Undergone is a must for cleaning up an area to be welded!

    31130Z - Eastwood Under Gone Undercoating Remover is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 12.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Stuff Worked as advertised. I was pleasantly surprised. No fumes or nasty smells. I applied per the directions and waited 30-60 secs before scraping.
    Date published: 2016-09-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a champ on 70-year-old engine! A hot-rod-builder friend gave me a can. I am on this site to buy more (and replace his can)! - - - I did not use for undercoating, but as an engine degreaser. Daaang... took the crud down to the engine paint, but did not damage the paint. I sprayed small areas, like 6 x 6 inches, let it soak, then went in with various tools like toothbrush / rags. Sweeeeet!
    Date published: 2015-04-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awsome Product I was needing to remove undercoating from a set of 57 Chevy Fender Skirts. The day I received my 'UNDERGONE' I sprayed a Heavy coat on the skirts and let it sit overnight. The next morning, I removed all the undercoat with a putty knife in less than 10 minutes. This stuff is amazing. Keep up the GREAT PRODUCTS.
    Date published: 2014-12-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORTH EVERY PENNY! This product is so undersold. I was ready to break out my hammer and chisel to get the undercoating off my 73 Camaro. Spoke with tech support prior to purchase and then purchased. Covered a rear wheelwell and let it soak overnight. Came out the next day and scrapped off 90% on the first pass in 30 min. I was very happy! Resprayed the remainder and let it soak overnight and scraped it off with ease. Sprayed the other wheelwell after I had already worked a grinder and wire wheel for 2 hrs prior to my purchase. Same great result and have not used but 2/3 of the first can. HIGHLY recommended. Please use your respirator!
    Date published: 2014-12-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from 72 Camaro I have a 72 Camaro with undercoat on it. Looking at the Reviews it appears there are some undercoats it works on and some it doesn't. Mine was asphalt based and the Eastwood Undergone certainly made the job easier. This is a nasty job but I'm glad someone originally undercoated the car. I had no rust under the undercoating. I'd HIGHLY recommend this product on the right type of undercoating. I'm part of a Christian youth group where older experienced men instruct kids how to work on cars. We use as many Eastwood products as we can. We like the products and the Company Ian (Senior Mentor)
    Date published: 2015-12-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked well in this application I used this to help strip undercoating from the inside of a fender for a 78 Dodge truck. The rust free fender was from a NW salvage yard and the undercoating was still very pliable and rubbery. The undercoating may have been applied by the dealer when the donor vehicle was new, so it could have been 40+ yrs. old. The original undercoating on the original panels of the truck is hard & crusty. I was able to strip a lot of the undercoating from the salvage fender without the Undergone. It pealed off nicely a scraper. Some undercoating residue was left behind & I used Undergone to dissolve that remaining layer into a runny liquid form which allowed it to easily be scraped off. In some areas it took 2 passes of Undergone. A picture is attached of the inside of the fender after I cleaned it. It is difficult to see, but the whole inside of fender was stripped to bare clean metal and looks great! Only some of the original factory reddish brown oxide primer is left, as well as bare metal in other spots. Sorry the picture isn't clearer. I don't believe that shooting Undergone directly on the factory undercoating that is on the original panels of my truck would have done much. You are going to have to scrape hardened undercoating off, which requires elbow grease and tenacity. That is what restoration work is often about! I doubt if there is a product that will soften and dissolve hardened, ancient undercoating. There isn't an easy way to clean that off my friends! For the way I used this product, it worked fine! It probably doesn't work well on hardened undercoating. It took the whole can to clean up the whole fender. Good luck!
    Date published: 2015-07-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It Worked!! I have a 1980 Camaro with the original undercoating that I'm guessing is asphalt based. I was using a heat gun and scraper to remove it and the process was slow. I did discover that regular Mineral Spirits softened and removed the undercoating. Process was; heat gun, scraper, heat gun, scraper, heat gun, wire brush, Mineral spirits. I bought this product to try. Well....It worked! I did a section with the undergone in 2 hours that would have taken 8 hours using the heat gun process.
    Date published: 2015-01-26
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Kind of works I tried it on old hardened undercoating to no avail. It didn't even phase it. I heated up the undercoating and took a putty knife to it. That worked to get most, but not all off. I then used the Under Gone on the residue and it removed it completely. Since I am painting the undercarriage, I need to have it completely clean from any contaminates so I would buy again.
    Date published: 2016-06-10
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