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Eastwood Hi-Temp Internal Exhaust Coating w/extension tube
Item #13795Z Brand: Eastwood
- Thermal coating withstands up to 1800 degrees F
- 2'-long, 360-degree aerosol extension nozzle for easy application
- Works with both new and used exhaust system components
About Eastwood Hi-Temp Internal Exhaust Coating w/extension tube
Eastwood's High Temperature Internal Exhaust Coating is a truly unique product in that it is designed to reduce underhood temperatures and extend the life of exhaust system components. By coating the inside of exhaust system components, this focused formula traps the heat inside the tubing, thus lowering underhood & undercar temperatures. Its 1800Â° thermal coating properties will extend the life exhaust system components by preventing rust and corrosion build up fromth the inside out. And the Eastwood exclusive 2' 360Â° aerosol extension nozzle makes applying the coating a snap. Works with both new and used exhaust system
net weight 11 ounces 24" aerosol extension nozzle
10041z PRE Painting Prep 11949z Low VOC PRE Painting Prep 12096/12097 Gel Rust Dissolver 10395Z Factory Gray External Exhaust Coating 10394Z Stainless Steel External Exhaust Coating 10396Z Silver Matte External Exhaust Coating 10393Z Black Matte External Exhaust Coating 10020z Silver External Exhaust Paint
Q: can I use the Internal Exhaust Coating on the outside of my exhaust? A: yes, it is a Silver Matte finish and will withstand up to 1800Â°F Q: What if my header is used, how do I get the Rust out? A: Use Eastwood's Gel Rust Dissolver 12096/12097
Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection when painting. Consult MSDS for specific safety warnings and precautions Always use in a well ventilated are away from open flames keep out of reach of children
Standard Eastwood 90 day defect warranty MADE IN THE USA
To apply, ensure the component to be coated is clean and free of rust and debris. If coating a used see additional instructions. Attach the 2' extension nozzle to the aerosol outlet. Insert extension tube in as far in as it can go. Depress button and slowly pull the extension tube out of the exhaust component. Inspect to make sure there is full coverage, only one complete coat is needed. Allow 8-12 hours to fully cure before putting into service.
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(Posted on 3/24/14)
Review by mike
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not very good
(Posted on 11/19/13)
Review by robert
Quality Price Value
Neat idea but be careful of your paint usage
(Posted on 3/13/13)
Review by Ghunt
Price Value Quality
The paint looks to be very high quality paint, I warmed the spray can but was spraying room temperature metal in a 50 degree garage and it looked to go on very evenly.
HOWEVER...a word of warning to all using this. The way the spray nozzle extension on this thing is set up, it sprays out a very large amount of paint. It's also difficult to tell what you're doing since you can't see. And, if you hang the header up to paint it like I did...make sure you have nothing of value directly under the header, and preferably you want a box or garbage can with a plastic bag in it and some paper towels or newspaper.
I say this because it takes some time to get the hang of using this paint- when I initially painted my header tubes from the top (flange), I went way too heavy on the paint and it was running out of the collector like a faucet. I feel like I wasted a lot of paint like that, and I figured one can would easily do both headers with paint left over, but I feel like I wasted half a can on that first header. It would be nice to see a spray extension that would perhaps do a wider/finer pattern? This one spits out a ton of paint which makes it tough when you're painting blind.
Overall though, neat idea, and again, nobody else has something like this- hopefully it'll help on my headers!