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Kreem Fuel Tank Liner Combo-Pak. 3-step system seals and protects tank. Prevents rust and corrosion, stops leaks. Protects fuel from contamination. Treats one 3 gallon tank.
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from Pittsburgh, PA
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Comments about Kreem Fuel Tank Liner Combo-Pak:
Follow directions and you will have a poly layer inside your tank to seal in fuel and protect the interior of your steel tank. Part A dissolves rust and etches the inside of your tank for superior adhesion. Do NOT skip this step. B solution removes moisture for an awesome bond with the poly cream step 3. Take the time to do it right and you'll be a happy camper for years to come.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Does the job
from Portland, OR
This kit is for a 3 gal. tank. the coating with do a 5 gal. tank or maybe larger but the etching chemical will only do 3 gal. The instructions say to turn the tank as the chemical dissolves the rust but as soon as the chemical is not touching a metal surface it flash rusts. buy enouph etching chemical to fill the tank, this would make the process much easier. If you are doing a serious restoration pay to have the tank fixed properly.
Kreem Fuel Tank Liner
from Austin, TX
Overall, the kreem gas tank sealant works well. I bought the whole kit (rust remover, sealant prep, and sealant). The rust remover works very well, and it's the easiest step in the process. My tank had only moderate rust, and after i used the rust remover there was no rust to be seen. The diluted rust remover solution was pretty easy to funnel into a container (spare gas can) for future use.the tank prep is supposed to get all water out of the tank in preparation for the sealant. I'd say it was moderately successful. Don't bother trying to funnel the fluid back into its original container. If your gas tank is anything like mine, it's not going to happen.The sealant went on pretty evenly and dried well. Make sure you have something to catch the excess, or it will make a mess.I used a cork to seal up the tank outlet and a rubber band w/ latex glove to seal the gas cap opening. worked very well.Pros:- Easy to clean and seal tank- Seal seems to be solid, at least after a few weeks use.Cons:- Time Consuming Process- Messy, hard to dispose of excess material
from Atlanta ga
Bought two three wheelers that had sat for 17 years. Gas tanks looked like someone had thrown up in them. Worked like a charm. Sealed off three pinholes. I couldn't be more satisfied with the outcome
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