[TR] Gas tank seal or not seal?

John Innis jdinnis at gmail.com
Sun Mar 22 16:49:29 MDT 2020

The previous owner had the tank in my Spitfire sealed with Kreem.  That was
at least 15 years ago, and I have had no issue whatsoever with the tank.
The work was done by a local radiator shop, so I suspect they did a good
job of prepping and installing the product since it is still working
great.  About 10 years ago I installed Kreem in a motorcycle tank that had
minor rust issues.  I did the whole process outlined in the instructions.
Including the rinse with distilled water and MEK.  I only owned the bike
about 4 years after installing the Kreem, but I never had any issues with
it.  Installation was a bit of a pain, getting the product evenly
distributed and keeping it moving until it was time to drain off the

On Sun, Mar 22, 2020 at 5:35 PM Bud Rolofson <levilevi at comcast.net> wrote:

> Listerati
> I'm refurbishing a Spitfire gas tank and trying to decide to seal it (or
> not) once all the prep work is done to de-grease and de-rust it.
> What say you, seal or not.
> If I seal it what sealer have folks had good luck with? I'm looking at,
> Caswell, Por-15, Kreem, and Eastwood sealers.
> I've read good and bad things about sealers.
> Thanks
> Bud
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