Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: San Antonio, TX
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So I repaired my leaky tank with jb weld. Then the voice of a thousand Internet warnings reverberated in my mind. So I read up on Red kote, and proceeded forward.
Looks like the previous owner had similar thoughts, but over all poorly executed. The previous jb weld didn't work. He failed to prep the area, and the jb weld just pulled right up with little effort. Once inside, there was a similar poorly applied tank liner. I pulled out most of these coating in sheets. The rest dissolved with acetone. This product was white.
So now it looks like I am ready for the next stage. I've read all the instructions for red kote. Seems straightforward. But.....how do you get the excess out?
Maybe seal it all up with tape, slosh around per the directions and then try to drain out via the vent hole in the filler?
How did you do it?