Valvoline Zinc Spray
Valvoline Zinc Spray belongs to our high-quality technical sprays range engineered to solve problems.
This powerful pressurised lubricant provides long-term cold galvanization for steel. It serves as excellent protection for body repair welds (apply before welding) and primer for most paint systems making it an indispensable workshop product.
Apart from creating a zinc-rich coating, other beneficial properties of Valvoline Zinc Spray include:
- Fast drying
- Good filling
- Outstanding cathodic corrosion prevention
- Resistance to petrol, chemicals, and weather influences
- Excellent adhesion
- Resistance to high temperatures and heat up to 350°C.
Before use, carefully read the instructions on the packaging.
Valvoline Zinc Spray should be stored at room temperature before use. The processing temperature should be between 15 and 25°C.
Shake the can for two minutes before use and spray a sample.
The target surface should be clean, dry, and free of grease. Remove loose old lacquer and rust and sand the surface.
When spraying, the distance between the spray and the surface should be approx. 25 to 30 centimeters. Apply Zinc Spray in several thin layers to avoid overapplication. Before each layer, shake the spray can well. Once the spray dries, a primer and a lacquer can be applied.
After use, clean the Zinc Spray valve (turn the aerosol upside down and press the nozzle for approx. 5 seconds). The drying time depends on ambient temperature, air humidity, and thickness of the lacquer applied.
Zinc Spray will be dust dry after 10 to 15 minutes. Tack-free time is achieved after 20 to 30 minutes.
Valvoline Zinc Spray hardens and can be resprayed after 24 hours.
*Check the owner's manual and/or product information sheet before use.
Valvoline™ products should never be stored above 60°C and exposed to hot sun or freezing conditions.
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