Eastwood Underhood Black Paint

    Item #10024 underhood black

    Details

    Underhood Black™ is the perfect lacquer paint for the correct OEM-matching finish under the hood...choose semi-gloss or matte 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 underhood 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.
    • This underhood paint has exceptional adhesion for an engine-compartment paint
    • Just degrease parts first for a factory-like finish
    • 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."

    About Eastwood Underhood Black Paint

    Underhood Black is the correct shade of black underhood spray paint for engine-compartment paint on radiator supports, inner fender walls, lug wrenches, jack bases, underhood brackets and other parts. Black underhood paints from typical hardware stores are either too thick, too glossy, or the wrong color.

    Just clean, degrease, and prepare the parts well (use our Self-Etching Primers), then apply this engine-compartment paint for a professional, factory-like, underhood paint finish. Acrylic lacquer withstands up to 250 degreesF and goes on thin for a smooth finish that doesn’t hide surface details. Do not use with enamel primers.

    Due to regulations pertaining to paint recycling, at this time we are unable to ship this product to Alberta, Canada.


    Accessories

    10041Z PRE Painting Prep
    16014Z Self-Etching Primer, Aerosol
    16009ZP Self-Etching Primer, Quart


    FAQs

    Q. How do I apply this underhood paint?
    A. Surface must be clean, dry, and free of dirt, grease and oil. For maximum protection, first prime with a self-etching primer or epoxy primer before top-coating. For best results, use when can is between 70 and 90 degrees F. This engine-compartment paint may be used over bare metal, self-etching primer, or Rust Encapsulator.


    Safety

    Use in a well-ventilated area or wear a respirator.


    MSDS Sheet

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    Paint looks good (Posted on 3/11/2013)
    Review by olyray389
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    I have had good results using the underhood black matte & semi gloss. I have painted bumper brackets,pulleys,steering column, p/s brackets, all looking very good. Use black primer to extend the paint coverage in the can. have not had chipping problems..just ordered more for wheel fender wells & firewall for 66 GTO..suface prep is everything when painting... "the paint is only going to perform as good as the surface your bonding it to", old painter's rule.
    Nice Finish (Posted on 3/2/2013)
    Review by Don
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    I've used this product extensively on a '69 Z-28 restoration, and have had good results. I have not experienced any of the quality issues stated in the other reviews, and agree with the review by CDK concerning its application and amount used. My only complaint would be that I wish the product went a little farther than it does. I did the radiator support with one can using black primer as the base, but would have liked to do one more light coat before the can ran out.
    Excellent (Posted on 2/5/2013)
    Review by Simiags
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    I find this "matte" finish is more like a very low gloss that is perfect for under the hood (i.e., firewall, inner fenders). I've tried the low gloss version but found it to be too glossy for me. I love this matte finish because the slight sheen looks great and it doesn't detract from the engine.
    Expensive junk (Posted on 10/9/2012)
    Review by Josh
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    Absolute garbage, spilled a little gas and it was like I dropped paint remover on it. Nice color terrible quality. Next time I ll use cheap satin rustoleum.
    nice paint but cheap (Posted on 8/17/2012)
    Review by P2AC2
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    Love the color, but I was expecting more quality, being under the hood paint it should be able to resist gasoline, it doesn't, it comes off with gasoline.
    Good product. Worth the price... (Posted on 8/15/2012)
    Review by Madhater
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    Used this to paint up some parts on a restoration job and on the frame over some encapsulater.

    I will be buying more on the next job. Sprays good right out of the can.
    nice looking paint but.... (Posted on 4/22/2012)
    Review by P2AC2
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    Painted the air filter and inside fenders on my 67 F100, the look is fenomenal but the quality....I needed to put gas in the carburator and spill some on the air cleaner and inner fender, the paint just came right off! even thou it had been a month since I painted it! how can it be "under the hood paint" when you know it comes off with gasoline?
    Looks good, but (Posted on 4/18/2012)
    Review by Pat
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    Color is great, but gasoline spill left a stain.
    Product no good (Posted on 4/7/2012)
    Review by Gary
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    Sandblasted a dash then used this paint. Dont waste your time or money. Have to redo my dash again.
    Very poor product! (Posted on 1/25/2012)
    Review by Jim
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    This is a lacquer based product using 50 year old technology. Very poor resistance to chipping, abrasion and chemicals. It will not hold up. Only use it if you place 'for sale' signs in the window of your ride immediately. After spending many hours on prepping your metal, do yourself a huge favor and use either an enamel or better yet a catalyzed product such as urethane. Otherwise you will have wasted all of your time.

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