Eastwood Underhood Black™ is the perfect lacquer paint for the correct OEM-matching finish under the hood...choose semi-gloss or matte.
- Restores OEM Low Gloss Finish
- Protects From Rust and Corrosion
- Fast Drying Formula
- Perfect for Firewalls and Inner Fenders
Underhood Black™ Semi-Gloss is just the right 10-20 percent semi-gloss finish for most radiator supports, inner fender walls, underhood brackets, and other under hood parts. The Matte formula duplicates the near-zero gloss finish you find in many older cars for those parts. Both formulas resist chipping, scratches and light impacts.11-oz. aerosol can covers 6 square feet; 1-quart can covers 48 square feet.Customer Review: "I'm building a 1969 Yenko Camaro. I have the subframe and arms powder coated. I used Underhood Black on the engine bay and the underfloor. You cannot tell the difference between the powder coating and the Eastwood paint...amazing results! Looks factory-new now."
|Application||Underhood Black is the correct shade of black, having just the right 10-20 percent semigloss finish most car manufacturers used on radiator supports, inner fender walls, lug wrenches, jack bases, underhood brackets, and other parts. Hardware store black paints are either too thick, too glossy, or the wrong color. Just clean, degrease, and prepare the parts well, then spray on for a factory-like finish.|
|Accessories||Use Pre Painting Prep (10041 Z) to remove residual grease/oil before painting. For maximum protection, use Self Etching Primer (16014 Z) Aerosol or (16009 Z P) Quart on clean metal surfaces. Buy 3 or more and SAVE!|
|FAQ's||This acrylic lacquer withstands up to 250 degrees F and goes on thin for a satin smooth finish which does not hide surface details. One aerosol covers 6 square feet. One quart covers up to 50 square feet.
Surface must be clean, dry, and free of dirt, grease, and oil. For maximum protection, prime with self-etching primer or epoxy primer before top-coating. For best results, use when can is between 70F and 90F.
Underhood Black may be used over bare metal, self-etching primer, or Rust Encapsulator.