Did you know there are different types of Seam Sealers? And some have specific purposes? When you’re restoring your car, there’s a good chance you’ll be using Eastwood Seam Sealers, so watch his video to find out what you need and how to apply each type.

Get Seam Sealers:

Paintable Seam Sealer leaves a factory-like finish that won’t harden or sag After stripping a car or repairing a panel, replace the seam sealer to protect your hard work from the elements. Available in black and beige.
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

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.

Fast Setting and Curing
2-Component Formula Outlasts Regular Seam Sealer
Compatible with Urethane and Epoxy Topcoats
Ideal for Trunks, Floors, Drip Rails, Core Supports and Rocker Panels
Eastwood’s high-solids 2-component Self-Leveling Seam Sealer leaves a factory-like finish and will not crack or sag. 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 26:1 application gun, item 46613

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