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  • 3M Cavity Wax Plus Corrision Inhibating Coating - Autohub Pakistan
  • 3M Cavity Wax Plus Corrision Inhibating Coating - Autohub Pakistan

3M Cavity Wax Plus Corrision Inhibating Coating

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** Not valid for tyres or heavy items

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In collision repair, effective corrosion protection is critical. Applying three coats of 3M™ Cavity Wax Plus to all internal areas at risk of corrosion is a great way to protect your customers’ investment, your shop and your reputation. Cavity Wax Plus applies easily from a convenient aerosol can, and will not crack, chip, or peel. It is also self-healing – it reflows into cracks and crevices for continuously reliable coverage. For applying even coats inside narrow and hard-to-reach cavities, use the 3M™ Cavity Wax Plus Applicator Wand Kit. All automotive OEMs recommend applying corrosion protection material to internal portions of repaired or replaced metal panels. Three quick coats of Cavity Wax Plus is all you need to help ensure that your work meets these OEM specifications, and can save you thousands of dollars in costly comebacks.

How much cavity wax should you use?

Internal:

    For a typical mid-size sedan, you might expect to use the following amounts based on three coats of 3M™ Cavity Wax Plus:

    • Upper frame rail: about 1/3 to ½ of a can (volume varies by make & model)
    • Sectioning areas: about 1/3 can (volume varies by repair)
    • Lower frame rail (full replacement): about 3/4 to 1-1/2 cans (volume varies by make & model)
    • A, B and C pillars: about 1/3 of a can (volume varies by make & model)
    • Rocker panel: about 1 -1/3 cans

     

    External:

    For a typical mid-size sedan, you might expect to use the following amounts based on three coats of 3M™ Cavity Wax Plus:

    • Upper frame rail: about 1/3 to ½ of a can (volume varies by make & model)
    • Sectioning areas: about 1/3 can (volume varies by repair)
    • Lower frame rail (full replacement): about 3/4 to 1-1/2 cans (volume varies by make & model)
    • A, B and C pillars: about 1/3 of a can (volume varies by make & model)
    • Rocker panel: about 1 -1/3 cans
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