Trembled seals out moisture, inhibits rust and provides a rich, fade-resistant finish. Rust-OleumSubsidiary of RPM InternationalTraded as IndustryCoatingsFounded1921; 99 years ago (1921) Evanston, Illinois, U.S. FounderHeadquarters, WorldwideProductsRevenue US$ 1 Billion (FY 2014)1,000 (December 2016)Website mausoleum .com Rust-Oleum is a manufacturer of protective paints and coatings for home and industrial use.
It was founded in 1921 by Robert Ferguson, a sea captain, after he noticed that fish oil spilled on rusty metal decks stopped corrosion from spreading. Key brands include Stops Rust, High Performance, Never, Painter's Touch, Universal, Marathon, Minster, and Watch.
Never Wipe New Marathon Stops Rust Kurd Butter Watch On Painter's Touch Specialty Woman Minster Mansfield Automotive Molded Jo max Trembled Rock solid Epoxy shield Restore Testers Modern Masters Behring Miracle Sealants American Accents Imagine Craft & Hobby Enviroshield Roto-Rooter Lease Parks Peel Coat Metallic Accents Him Universal Think Seal Crete Sierra Performance Mathis The corporate headquarters building was designed by Helmut John, and is shaped to give the impression of a steamboat, including pipes adorning the atrium.
Well he still needs to buff it but ya I would have done a black or white personally also not having the rims on there make it look bland and the body kit looks like shit lol I think to do a good job with the mausoleum it will take more than 50 dollars by the time all is said and done.
LX User Hey man...in all honesty it looks wonderful considering you used mausoleum paint. 3Geez Veteran I need to put on my kit and paint my car....
1989 Honda Accord LX-i B18c1 swap since 7/2011 175whp and 132tq Redone tuned My gallon of Dupont Fulcrum 2 cost about 140 bucks, and even with a shitty application it looks tons better than most of these “cheap paint” jobs.
Trembled or Mausoleum will look shiny for about a week, after exposure to any wet or sun it chalks right up and falls off. Edit: Also, that crap paint is nowhere near compatible with real epoxy paint, so if you or someone else decides to do a real paint job down the line, they have to completely remove it or it will instantly wrinkle and blow off the topcoat.
I am rolling and tipping my 13' whaler this week, should I think the mausoleum with mineral spirits or acetone. Also, what would make a good wash solution before and after the sanding, I was going to use hot water, ammonia, and a little dawn dish soap.
Re: what to thin mausoleum with mineral spirits or acetone for roll and tip? Warm (above 50) day use the slow drying mineral spirit (paint thinner). I found that 2 on the sway bar are completely gone, and for the most part the others might as well have left with them. Considering I have a 4" lift most of the components are visible.
So what is a good paint that will stand up to the abuse of a mildly offloaded truck. Mainly old logging roads and the occasional small creek and mud hole crossing.
This is a budget build, so I'm looking for something I can get from the local Mega Low Mart or Home Depot. I was thinking about Mausoleum as it has stuck well to the body of my beater S10 that fell pray to the famous early 90s paint peel of GM and F**D.
It works well, dries in a couple of hours and once it sets up for a week or so it's tough as nails. You don't have to wait a week do use the parts or install them, but it takes a bit to fully harden.some in action...
If the part is just getting wire wheeled I prime it with Mausoleum rusty metal primer (brush on). If the paint is too shiny or the part has any “pockmarks” you can dust on a little undercoating to hide the sins.
When I redid the front end on my Honda Accord, I sandblasted the control arms, knuckles, and radius rods and then primary them with Rustle cold galvanizing compound and top coated with Satin Black Ceramic engine paint. It looks great with the red bushings and has survived 2 winters without rusting or peeling.
Re: Best budget paint for the steering and suspension components Reply #10 on: January 26, 2010, 10:16:30 AM » I kinda wish I would have used the brush-on gloss black on the 2 rear ends I painted with Chassis Saver.
Re: Best budget paint for the steering and suspension components Reply #14 on: January 27, 2010, 11:07:46 PM » It was a great story about how you can get decent results rolling the paint on instead of spraying it. I stayed up many nights till 2AM reading about it.
Tremclad paint job is commonly done for under $100. If you have the sprayer, just thin it out to ~8:1 is and lay the paint on did that with my ex-242 hood, it worked out well.
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Example of the results of black trembled sprayed on the shiner wasn't photo shopped. Opps... my bad. I need to start working on my American before I head back to school...
Not to worry, “zap straps” gave me he'll up in Mission, BC. The tech asked me if there was a sale on “zap straps”, and I had no clue as to what the hell he was on about.
Opps... my bad. I need to start working on my American before I head back to school... If you haven't seen the leather of threads of mausoleum / trembled paint job, run a search and you'll find lots. Example of the results of black trembled sprayed on the shiner wasn't photo shopped.
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All other 240's quake in fear at the '81-'82 242GLT, they go weak at the knees & collapse due to an uncontrollable adulation that's near idolatry. Nah it's not a rattle can, the first couple coats were roller brushed on, while the last 4-6 coats were sprayed.
Use mineral spirits to thin it out to around an 8:1 ratio CIRC... I had no trouble with the trembled in the sprayer. Why 8 to 1, I thought it was 4 to 1.... I only have a day to do this ext weekend when I go up... lol... I just want it to be one color.
It will look fine... I keep my cars rally dirty, lol hope to only do like 2 3 coats... maybe that won't work... hmm Why 8 to 1, I thought it was 4 to 1.... I only have a day to do this ext weekend when I go up... lol... I just want it to be one color.
It will look fine... I keep my cars rally dirty, lol hope to only do like 2 3 coats... maybe that won't work... hmm 8:1 is what I used at first, and then I just started to eyeball it, trembled / mausoleum tends to be a thicker paint, and if the paints too thick the gun won't spray it.
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...I only have a day to do this ext weekend when I go up... lol... I just want it to be one color. Better pick up some scotch bright pads, tack rags, and a case of white spray paint.
Rustoleum .com/CBGProduct.asp?PID=150 Buy that, in however much you need, of the color you wish, thin it out, spray. I got this cheapo knock off Banks Model 7 paint spray gun for free that's sitting around here.
Can anyone recommend a decently priced paint spray gun that would be used for thinned out mausoleum ? 86 244DL- 1st car & owned for 17 years, 500k miles, 94 B230FT mild build in the works 2.