1967 Mustang Blackout and Undercoating
In this post, we will demonstrate and show the process taken to complete the 1967 Mustang Blackout and Undercoating.
We have cleaned and blacked out the engine compartment on the Mustang and have also applied undercoating to the fenders. This process takes time and moderate skill level to complete. You may want to mask of the sides to prevent over spray or simply carry a sheet of cardboard with you as you make your way around the edges. The undercoat shouldn’t take more than 30 mins to dry, so you may want to work quickly and any over spray should be removed with a “Wax and Grease” mixture.
Here is the undercoating on the fenders. You can also see the color difference on the edge of the fender. This is do to the masking that was mentioned previously.
A close up of the undercoating. Be sure to move the fender around during the undercoating process in order to apply black to every square inch and corner. Don’t be stingy with the undercoat either!
The engine compartment blackout. Blackout is different from undercoating material. Here leaves a smooth black coat while the undercoat leaves more of a bumpy finish.