Eastwood Self-Etch Primer Black
Item #16114 Eastwood's Self Etch Primer Black
True acid-etching formula sticks to virtually any clean, bare, rust-free metal to improve adhesion and durability of most non-epoxy top coats. Use to prep aluminum, steel, stainless, scuffed galvanized...makes a great base for high-build primers or spot repairs. 16-oz. aerosol can covers about 10 sq. ft.; quart (pre-thinned for spraying) covers 30 sq. ft.; or buy it by the gallon (120-sq.-ft. coverage) for your best value!
- Lacquer-based, single-stage formula requires no catalyst
- Easier to use than other aerosol primers
- Withstands up to 170 degreesF
- Not for use with Chassis Black
About Eastwood Self-Etch Primer Black
This easy-to-use aerosol etches and primes bare, rust-free metal in one step. Adheres to steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and galvanized steel and is compatible with virtually any paint or auto finish (not our Chassis Black). This self-etching formula bonds better to bare metals than other aerosol primers. It is also a single- stage formula which requires no catalyst, making it even easier to use. Buy 3 or more and SAVE!
16-oz. aerosol can covers about 10 sq. ft.; quart (pre-thinned for spraying) covers 30 sq. ft.; or buy it by the gallon (120-sq.-ft. coverage) for your best value!
Our Chassis Black paints do not stick well to this and other single-stage self-etching primers. This Self-Etching primer uses an aggressive solvent system to assure excellent adhesion to clean, rust-free metal. Exercise care when using this product over enamel finishes as lifting may occur. Eastwood's Self-Etching Primer is lacquer-based.
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(Posted on 6/8/14)
Review by Brandon
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Great primer - Vendor could be better
(Posted on 9/30/13)
Review by stephen
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The primer itself is great! It is susceptible to fish eye on raw aluminum no matter how I have tried prepping, but a dry mist coat and then a barely fiull cover coat and then a full coat seems to overcome that bad behavior and still produces a smooth finish.
Primer - Excellent Recommended.
Eastwood - pay attention to your customers.
(Posted on 6/1/13)
Review by Mark
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(Posted on 11/7/10)
Review by Corvettelen
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