Eastwood sets the standard in high temp engine paints!
- Super durable, utilizing ceramic nanotechnology
- Protects engine and resists chips, chemicals and heat
- Withstands temperatures up to 650 F
- Provides a beautiful factory-look finish
- Easy to apply – brush or spray on (for best results metallic’s should be sprayed)
- One quart covers approx. 40 square feet
- For added durability and gloss use Eastwood's activator 21854Z
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About Eastwood Ceramic Engine Paint Quart Universal Cast Iron
Eastwood's Ceramic Engine Enamels provide a beautiful factory look finish that is super durable and will withstand temperatures up to 650 degrees F. Developed using new standard in engine coatings. Each color is replicated after the original color for that deep rich factory look. The ceramic nanotechnology ensures that your motor will be protected and resist small chips, chemicals and heat. In fact this is the highest temperature range in the industry, 650 degrees F. NOT FOR USE ON EXHAUST MANIFOLDS OR HEADERS. For best results and highest durability use Eastwood's 21854z hardener.
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.
Due to regulations pertaining to recycling, we are unable to ship this product to Alberta, Canada.
To apply simply clean all surfaces with PRE (10041Z or 10194ZP) to remove all oils and greases, apply Ceramic Coating using a brush or spray gun. Two coats may be needed for full coverage. Some reduction up to 10%, may be needed to spray, use EW reducer 50104ZP. No primer is necessary and allow 24 hours to fully cure NOT FOR USE ON EXHAUST MANIFOLDS OR HEADERS
Eastwood offer a wide variety of underhood and undercart coatings. Exhaust manifold Paints Underhood black10024z 10032z Spray Gray, 10109zAluma-Blast, 10036zDetail Gray PRE 10041z& 10194zp Underhood detailing kit
always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection
Paint is alright, but color is not cast-iron
(Posted on 7/10/12)
Review by Charlie
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