- 2K Aerospray HT Ceramic Engine Paint Gloss Black
Im in the search of a good paint for my motorcycle brushed aluminum slip on (this is the end of the exhaust system) Is this the right paint? Do I need to prime?
CAN YOU USE 2K HIGH-TEMP ENGINE PAINT ON ALREADY PAINTED ENGINE BLOCK?
Along with RICKRAD's question, can you paint over a new crate motor with 2K or is it better to just give a fresh coat with VHT, etc.? I need to touch it up a few shipping blemishes, but do not wish to strip down factory gloss black.
2K Aerospray HT Ceramic Engine Paint Gloss Black
About 2K Aerospray HT Ceramic Engine Paint Gloss Black
Eastwood's 2K Aero Spray High Temp Engine Paints allow you to paint with the durability and precision of a two component coating without the paint gun!Formulated with Eastwood's proprietary nano ceramic technology to provide a long lasting and durable finish, while keeping its beautiful finish for years.The innovative nozzle and valve technology, combined with its two internalchambers ensure the right ratio is mixed every time. Sprays like a gun with abroader spray pattern than conventional aerosols and no mess to clean up.Temperature resistant up to 650 degrees F. Coverage approx 35 sq ft
Net Weight 11.9 ounces
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Due to regulations pertaining to paint recycling, at this time we are unable to ship this product to Alberta, Canada.
Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection when using this product. Product contains isocyanates, wear NIOSH approved breathing equipment.Always use in a well ventilated area away from open flame. Consult MSDS for specific safety warnings.
Before activating, shake aerosol vigorously for 1 min. Take red button from cap. Rotate aerosol 180 degrees and attach button to pin on aerosol bottom. Place aerosol on firm ground upside down. Press red button with the ball of your hand until stop is reached.After activating, shake aerosol again vigorously for 2 min. Pot life 48 to 72 hours at 68 degreesF.