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2K Ceramic Underhood Black Quart Kit is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from proper sheen I searched for that proper sheen of black for my 66 mustang, I was concerned about doing all of that media blasting to make it perfect, and then getting a paint that did not match the proper sheen on my 66 mustang. Well I must say that this paint is perfect. It looks awesome, and applied over their epoxy primer, it seems to be cured very well and it seems very durable. Just remember to let the paint cure for about 5 days because the epoxy takes time to cure especially in colder weather, I am very happy with the results.
Date published: 2010-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Black - Nice Black! I do like the finish - soft luster of this black. Has a soft non-gloss finish without being like a flat black that shows finger prints and grease. This "Underhood" black is one nice paint. When I lift the hood the paint accents and contrasts with out showing dust and grease on the finish. Used HVLP out in the back yard (open air/full sun) placed parts on saw horses. I mixed it well and mixed some more, makeing sure all the pigments were in suspension as I poured to fill the gun. Heavy bottom pigments in the can - was easy to mix and use. Out in the April sun I found it best to lay down final wet coat and leave it alone to cure. Let the finish flash off uniform. You would think parts were factory new by the finish
Date published: 2012-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GOOD PRODUCT I WAS VERY PLEASED WITH THE RESULTS AND EASE OF MIXING AND APPLICATION. AT FIRST I THOUGHT NO WAY WAS THERE ENOUGH TO DO THE JOB BUT THE HVLP GUN SET AT THE RIGHT PRESSURE FOOLED ME! I WAS ABLE TO DO THE WHOLE FRAME ON MY 49" CHEVY PICKUP, THE INNER FENDERWELLS, FRONT AND REAR AXLES AND MUCH MORE. I WAS GLAD TO HAVE THE SPRAY CAN FOR TOUCHUP AND IT MATCHED PERFECTLY. WHEN THE PAINT DRIED IT WAS HARD TO SCRATCH AND LOOKED GOOD!
Date published: 2009-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor This paint is by no means "satin" and anyone looking for "that" OEM correct satin will be mislead. I have used both 2k chassis black satin and 2k underhood black satin with ill results. The product came to a full gloss following all manufacturers suggested guidelines and still gloss. Eastwood needs to pull this item and/or re-think calling it satin. also, note the same feedback for this product and the 2k chassis black, strange huh...
Date published: 2010-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Have used this product on 3 restorations, the oldest going on 7 years of driving. Best under-hood paints on the market, including Por-15. Down side: Everything I order now seems to arrive beat to hell and back. This particular order was by far the worst. Doesn't affect the product, yet....
Date published: 2014-06-25
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Can 2k ceramic chassis black be applied directly to rust encapsulator or do you need to use the epoxy primer?

Asked by: sctmor
It can be applied directly to the Rust Encapsulator.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-03-14

I would like to recoat the factory paint on my 1981 Jeep frame, I do not want to remove the original coat since it was dipped and protects the inside of the boxed frame. Would this be the best product to use?

Asked by: Hatetopaint
One of our Chassis Black products would work better on your frame, but the 2K ceramic underhood black would be durable as well because it's a catalyzed material as well.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-01-05

How fine a grit of sand paper needs to be used to prep for 2k ceramic paint over Clausen All-U-Need?

Asked by: bustedknuckles
I am not familiar with the product you are planning to paint over, but 400-600 grit is ideal.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2014-10-17

can 2k ceramic paint go over epoxy primer?

Asked by: fezz
2k ceramic paint can be applied over epoxy primer. Be sure to follow the recoat times of the epoxy primer, or sand the surface before applying the paint. http://www.eastwood.com/images/pdf/50242INST.pdf
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2014-09-25

can 2k ceramic urethane paint go over epoxy paint 

Asked by: fezz
2k ceramic paint can be applied over epoxy primer. Be sure to follow the recoat times of the epoxy primer, or sand the surface before applying the paint. http://www.eastwood.com/images/pdf/50242INST.pdf
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2014-09-25
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2K Ceramic Underhood Black Quart Kit

Item #11973ZP Brand: Eastwood

Nano-ceramic particles for chemical resistance, long-lasting good looks
Not for sale or use in California. Eastwood Paints are formulated to meet National Rule VOC regulations, check with your local and state guidelines as some areas may have stricter regulations than others.

Details

2K Ceramic Underhood Black & Activator...so you only have to do it once Eastwood's 4:1 2K (2-component) Urethane Ceramic Underhood Black is the only underhood coating fortified with nano-ceramic particles to provide the ultimate in durability, chemical resistance and long-lasting good looks.
  • Mix 4:1 with activator included
  • Use your HVLP spray gun to apply
  • Quart is enough for about 48 square feet

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About 2K Ceramic Underhood Black Quart Kit

Eastwood's new 4:1 2-component (2K) Urethane Ceramic Underhood Black is the only Underhood coating fortified with nano-cermaic technology. Nano-ceramic particles ensure the ultimate in durability, chemical resistance and long lasting looks. Eastwood's Underhood Black is the right 10-20% gloss to match that original sheen. For maximum durability apply over Eastwood's Epoxy Primer. To apply mix 4:1 with urethane activator 21854Z and apply using an HVLP spray gun. One quart covers about 48 square feet, depending on number of coats and thickness.


Contents

50253ZP 32 fl oz of paint 21854Z 8 fl oz of actvator


Accessories

10041Z PRE painting prep 51550 Concours HVLP sparay gun 12817 Paint gun accessory kit 50242ZP/50243ZP Epoxy Primer 51482Z Rust converter 11455/11456 respirator 51559 Digital Regulator


Application

To apply, mix 4:1 with the urethane activator included. (Reduction is not necessary, but can be achieved using 50104ZP Zero-VOC Urethane Paint Reducer.) Use an HVLP gun with 1.2-1.5mm nozzle size. Apply in two medium wet coats, allowing 10-15 minutes between each coat. A dry film thickness of 2 mils is recommended. Complete cure time is 24 hours. Pot life is approximately 2 hours.


Safety

Keep away from heat sparks and open flame. Avoid prolonged contact with skin and breathing of vapors. Always wear appropriate eye, skin and respiratory protection. Consult MSDS for specific safety instructions and precautions.


Warranty

Made in USA


Application

To apply mix 4:1 with urethane activator 21854Z Reduction is not necessary, but can be achieved using 50104ZP Urethane reducer Apply in two medium wet coats allowing 10-15 minutes between each coat. A dry film thickness of 2 Mils is recommended, complete sure time is 24 hours. Use an HVLP gun with 1.2-1.5 nozzle size. Pot life is approximatley 2 hours


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