Rated 2 out of 5Â by ckay not much in the tin
like the title says, not much in the tin, and not too sure exactly how much 'zinc' is actually in this,( if any) went on like a very thin grey primer.., had to give another 2 coats of another make of primer on top to get a decent coverage.not overly impressed!!
13 Nov 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sniveling Good value Zinc Spay
Used this a lot and so far seems to have worked very well. I know others have used it and been able to mig weld through it, so seems to be good stuff just hope the price doesn't start creeping up.
11 Aug 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by RBSandT Nonsense Zinc Galvanising
Bought a few cans of this last year for various welding / repairs / new work outside in the garden & on trailers (overwintered under cover)
Surfaces were cleaned using grinders & wire brushes to bright finishes.
After a few coats applied looked ok but now all of the paintwork has failed....Rust
This product is advertised as Zinc Galvanising Spray Paint...How much is the zinc content?
If Screwfix replaced all of my cans FOC I doubt if it's worth using it again on external metalwork unless they have changed / improved the content.
Come on Screwfix you can do better.
24 Jun 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Handeeandee Best primer for metal
These Non Nonense products usuually do exactly as they say, this primer from said manufacturer is no exception.
Coverage is good and even, and on a well prepared surface the finish is top quality. It is advised to flat the surface with a fine emery paper, as always, preparation is the key to a professional looking finish.
16 May 2015