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Eastwood 51653Z

2K Self Leveling Seam Sealer Cartridge 8.45 Ounces

Eastwood 51653Z


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Eastwood 51653Z 2K Self Leveling Seam Sealer Cartridge 8.45 Ounces $30.99
2K Self Leveling Seam Sealer Cartridge
  • 8.45 Ounces
  • Includes 2 Mixing Cups

  • Eastwood 51653Z Details

    2K Self Leveling Seam Sealer

    After stripping a car or repairing a panel you should replace the seam sealer to protect your work from the elements. Eastwood's high solids, 2 component Self Leveling Seam Sealer leaves a factory like finish and will not crack or sag. It seals cracks, crevices and body seams as well as waterproofs and insulates. The specially designed 2 chambered cartridge and mixing tip ensure that you lay out a perfectly mixed bead. Work time is 5-10 minutes, paintable in 30-60 minutes and fully cured in 4 hours. Use on firewall and trunk seams, fender extensions, tail light openings, etc. Uses a 26:1 application gun.


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    After stripping a car or repairing a panel, seam sealer should be replaced to preserve your work and guard against the elements. Eastwood Seam Sealer (black or beige) leaves a factory-like finish and does not crack, harden, or sag. Seals cracks and crevices, waterproofs, and insulates. Sealer tack dries in 15 minutes (can be painted after an hour), adheres to paint, and remains flexible. Paintable in 30 minutes, Brush-On Sealer dries gray. Use on firewalls, trunk seams, fender extensions, taillight openings, etc.

  • Stays flexible; won't crack
  • Waterproofs and insulates
  • For firewalls, floor pans, trunk seams, fender extensions, taillight openings
  • Applies easily with your standard caulking gun

  • 51653Z - Eastwood Seam Sealer is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Far Pleased With Results I used Eastwood's black cartridge seam sealer to do the drip rails on my van. After a few months I noticed it was shrinking and letting loose from the sides where I had applied it thick in 2 coats. It was okay where it was no more than 1/4" thick and in one coat. I dug out the bad sections which amounted to over half of it and ordered this stuff. First I discovered that the cartridge nozzle was too wide to fit in my old caulking gun so I measured everything with a caliper and found a cheapo unit at a store. I put a level in the van's drip rails and leveled it off with a floor jack. The stuff flowed out slowly like a blue colored honey-viscosity goo, maybe because I didn't cut the end of the nozzle larger. The only real problem I had was with the cheapo caulk gun hanging up. Overall this was painless to use if you level the vehicle and follow directions but I did discover a few places where it didn't quite reach the underside under the edge of the drip rail. By then 4 minutes had passed and the goo was setting up in the nozzle too much to use. I just removed the nozzle and squeezed some out into a cup then mixed and applied it with a piece of old credit card and let it drip into the voids. If this stuff holds up and doesn't shrink then it'll be well worth the money. I'll be happy to use it again in the future if I ever need to.
    Date published: 2015-08-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as advertised I used this to replicate the factory trunk gutter sealant. It work just as it was stated and I had no issues.
    Date published: 2014-12-13
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good product, but doesnt always mix right. I bought two tubes to do the drip rails on my C-10 pickup and quickly saw that this stuff does what it is supposed to do. It self levels great, but it is very runny and will remain so until the very moment it flashes dry. This makes it difficult to do vertical surfaces such as the back of the drip rails. I also had a difficult time with the two components mixing right from the nozzle. Throughout the entire tube I noticed that the material wasn't mixing right and left sticky, uncured spots in the drip rail. I tried to add more later to cover the first coat parts that didn't cure and I noticed that the sealer was no longer leveling. It seamed to want to bead up on the previous coat. I ended up tearing it all out and starting over. Two new tubes later and the same thing happened. I'm very disappointed that after $140 worth of seam sealer I am still left with areas that didn't cure and are sticky to the touch.
    Date published: 2016-07-13
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