Easy application if you plan ahead
Using some blue painters tape, paper towels and applying the product in stages will give you all the protection you need with virtually no mess. Here's my steps, they worked well but you can change them around to work for your frame.
1. Use painter's tape to cover the vent holes, cable guide holes, etc. in all the tubes.
2. Stuff the Headset with paper towels to soak up the framesaver that comes in the next steps.
3. From the BB, spray 3-4 sec of framesaver into the downtube. Repeat with 2-3 sec spray into the chainstay tubes.
4. Stuff the BB with paper towels. Rotate frame around to coat the tubes just sprayed.
5. from the seat tube, spray 2-3 seconds into the seatstay tubes, spray 3-4 seconds into the top tube. Finally spray 4 sec. into the seat tube.
6. stuff the seat tube with paper towels, be carefull not to push down too far. Rotate frame around to coat the tubes.
7. Let setup overnight, and for 2nd coat simply repeat the process by systematically removing paper towel, spraying in tubes, and replacing paper towel.
8. Let setup overnight, and remove all tape and paper towels.
The fork can be sprayed using a same type of method.
Your Done. Pros:
Easy use spray application.Cons:
The framesaver takes longer to setup then I thought. Give at least 1 overnight drying time per coat in a conditioned space. Use plenty of ventilation as the vapors are strong.Would Buy Again:
October 13, 2014Reviewed by:
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