View Full Version : what anti spatter spray do you use
04-13-2007, 08:34 AM
just wondering what anti spatter spray you guys use if any
I use heaps of it at work anything to save me time and work I love :p
we have tried many brands at work and found a few that aren't going to fill you full of nasty's are
wurth eco spray (I know my packet of cigs next to the tin aren't good but thats my choice )and another good one is WIA aussie brand it works on a pump bottle
04-13-2007, 09:09 AM
I've been using the Hobart Weld-It brand Anti-Spatter spray(#770075). It seems to work okay, but I have no idea what is in it. It helps since I run straight CO2. It smells a lot like Windex window cleaner and paint sticks to it pretty good. I use it on the nozzle and work.
04-13-2007, 12:38 PM
I use WD-40 in the gal jug in a spray bottle. The reason is when i use the ready made splatter spray it rust's my metal in a matter of hours. The WD protects my welding fixtures and coats the steel parts as well. I have no problem welding thru the WD although some say it is bad for your health. I also wear a half mask 3m resirator with the chemical filters if i weld with the doors down. Most of the time i am in the entrance way of the door and have a good breeze blowing by. Just my .02 and use with care if you use it...Bob
04-13-2007, 02:50 PM
WD-40 is also very flamable! Be careful where that bottle of spray is when you're welding.
I use some stuff I got at the local steel supply house and it doesn't rust. It smells like, feels like and I think is very close to PAM cooking spray.
04-13-2007, 03:56 PM
Dont need any...:jester:
However if you do any "Non Stick" cooking spray works just fine..
And you can use it also on rear quarter panels before entering the "water box" at the local drag strip so the rubber from the slicks wont stick to that mega $$$$$$ paint job..And it won't hurt the paint!
04-13-2007, 08:49 PM
I use a product called Weld aide.... I think that's the name of it. Zep products makes a decent anti spetter spray as well.
04-13-2007, 11:52 PM
We use a Walter brand at work but I do like the Jokisch stuff. You can buy it in concentrate, dilute with water and spray on with a pump sprayer. You have to go light on the spray and let it stand for a minute or so for best results. It was ideal when I was involved in feed grain equipment and spatter was a no-no inside chutes and troughs.
04-13-2007, 11:55 PM
I don't use it all that often. But when I do, I just use plain PAM cooking spray, which is the same basic thing.
Okay, I don't use the plain. But the garlic smell is probably better than the stuff in some of the crap you guys are using anyway!
04-16-2007, 02:46 PM
I prefer Butter flavor.
Garlic makes me want dinner and butter makes me want to stop and watch a movie. :laugh:
04-16-2007, 05:41 PM
Back when I worked for aliving we use a yellow handsoap with lanolin (Frisk or Fisk) mixed with water, and it worked great with easy clean-up. It also smelled good.
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