Spatter Mist XP
Always apply Spatter Mist XP in a light mist. A little goes a very long way and it does not build up. When welding is completed, wipe with a damp or dry cloth to remove weld spatter, mill and process oil, and any other dirt or grime in the area. Note: You may find it helpful to spray on a little additional Spatter Mist XP during clean up to loosen caked-on grime. In most cases, parts are ready for painting at this point. You can also spray your fixtures–especially the copper and brass shunts-with a coating of Spatter Mist for the best electrical conductivity. You can then weld and wipe off as needed.
Looking for a more economical solution? Try our regular Spatter Mist, a lower concentrate formula, to see if it will fit your unique needs.
Spatter Mist XP comes available in
|275 gallon totes|
|55 gallon drums|
|5 gallon containers|
|1 gallon containers (4 per case)|
|24oz spray bottles (12 per case)|
Nozzle Honey is a new concept in weld nozzle protection. Your nozzles can be dipped while new, keeping the spatter from sticking from the start. It makes no difference if the nozzle is hot or cold. Unlike petroleum or vegetable oil-based products, Nozzle Honey does not build up or drop into the weld zone. On robots, Nozzle Honey can replace expensive gun head cleaning stations, and all the parts on the arc end of mig guns will last noticeably longer–as much as three to four times! Try it! You are going to like the results you get.
Nozzle Honey comes available in
|16oz jars (12 per case)|