For those who are looking to bring an old wreck out of the pasture and put it back on the road, or the guy trying to restore his vintage collector car without replacing too many components for the sake of originality, KBS Coatings has come up with a brand-new solution for a rusting gas tank.
Fuel Tank Sealer Kit Removes Rust and Permanently Seals the Tank to Prevent the Return of Rust and Corrosion
The KBS Coatings Auto Fuel Tank Sealer Kit contains everything you need to clean, prep and permanently seal up to a 25-gallon tank. The system will remove and stop rust on the inside of the tank as well as form a tough, fuel impervious coating that also seals small pinholes and seams. This 3-step all-inclusive kit consists of KBS Klean to clean the tank, RustBlast to effectively etch the inside of the tank and dissolve rust, corrosion, metal oxides, and tarnish, and Gold Standard Tank Sealer which is a superior, single-component, ready-to-use coating to seal the fuel tank.
KBS Klean prepares the inside of the tank with a clean surface and is a concentrated, water-based, biodegradable formula that is an excellent alternative to flammable solvents and hazardous chemicals. RustBlast etches the surface, removes surface rust, leaves a zinc-phosphate film, and provides an ideal surface profile for permanent adhesion of the included Gold Standard Tank Sealer.
The Tank Sealer’s rock-hard finish remains flexible to withstand vibration and repeated expansion and contraction of the tank. Other tank sealers are little more than paint or adhesive-type coatings that have poor sealing abilities especially when exposed to today’s fuels. By using this all-inclusive easy-to-use kit, you will have a tank that is permanently sealed to prevent the return of rust and corrosion as well as the resulting clogged fuel delivery systems.
For more information go to https://www.kbs-coatings.com/auto-fuel-tank-sealer-kit.html or call (888) 531-4527.
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.