Eastwood Boulevard Black Paint

    Item #50371 Boulevard Black Paint

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    Eastwood's premium Boulevard Black Single-Stage Acrylic Urethane Topcoat provides exceptional long-lasting beauty and durability.

    This premium 2-component topcoat system is blended with top-quality raw materials and advanced composition coatings technology. Superior to acrylic, alkyd and lacquer coatings. Eastwood's single-stage urethane paints hold their gloss longer and won't yellow.

    • 96-fl.-oz. Boulevard Black Automotive Paint
    • 32-fl.-oz. Activator required (included in 50371)
    • Catalyzed urethane for unsurpassed durability
    • Highly resistant to UV rays, chemicals, chips

    About Eastwood Boulevard Black Paint

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


    Contents

    Choose from the following:
    50371ZP is the Boulevard Black Single-Stage Urethane Topcoat, Gallon, with Activator
    50210ZP is the Boulevard Black Topcoat, Gallon, without Activator
    51143ZP is the Boulevard Black, 1-qt. can, with activator
    51004ZP is the Boulevard Black, 1-qt. can, without activator


    Application

    Clean surfaces of all contaminants. Abrade surface to be painted with a minimum of 320-grit sandpaper, working up to a 600-grit for maximum adhesion. Re-clean surface. After shaking paint, mix 3 parts paint with 1 part activator. Use caution mixing materials as paint may begin to gel after 2 hours at 70°F. HVLP gun setting: 8-10 PSI, with a 1.4mm-1.8mm tip. This color is formulated to give complete coverage in 2-3 coats. Allow 10 minutes flash time between coats; should be tack-free in 45-60 minutes, with full cure in 18 hours.


    Accessories

    10194ZP PRE Painting Prep, Quart
    51605 Concours HVLP Paint Gun Kit
    51686 Concours HVLP Detail Gun
    20474 4-Stage Dry Air System
    50040ZP Master Paint Prep Kit
    51561Z 6" Liquid Ice Buffing Kit
    34053 Hobby Air Fresh-Air System
    51559 Digital Regulator
    50244ZP Epoxy Gray Primer, Gallon
    50245ZP Epoxy Primer Catalyst, Gallon
    50240ZP 2K Urethane Gray Primer, Gallon
    50241ZP 2K Urethane Primer Catalyst, Quart


    FAQs

    (Q) Do I need a clear?
    (A) No, but you should use a clearcoat over metallics.

    (Q) How much paint do I need?
    (A) Typically one gallon per car. If you are also painting jambs, under the hood, or the trunk, use 2 gallons. For large cars and pickup trucks, use 2 gallons. Number of coats, prep and application methods will affect the amount of paint required.


    Safety

    Always wear proper eye, skin and respiratory protection. Always paint in a well-ventilated area away from sparks and open flame. Consult MSDS and product data sheets for proper safety precautions.


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    Great paint at a great price! (Posted on 4/4/14)
    Review by Michael
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    I used the Boulevard black and the Pro street red on my Chevelle. I also clear coated the car with Eastwoods European clear. This was the first paint job I've ever done it turned out fantastic!
    Good paint for the price (Posted on 3/24/14)
    Review by Montana2x2
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    Unlike most of the other reviews I had to reduce the paint 10% to get it to flow using a Devilbiss millennium GTI with a 1.6 nozzle. Not as durable as Imron but about 1/3 the price.
    Excellent Results (Posted on 12/4/13)
    Review by David
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    I used this paint for my 1996 Sebring. This was the first time I have ever painted a car. I used the "Concours" gun with a 1.4 nozzle. and no reducer. Most of the finish came out very smooth with a little orange peel in a few spots. I color sanded the car and buffed it out using a rotory buffer. It is as smooth as glass with a great shine. No need for a clear coat. Through trial and error I found that it is best to allow 30 minutes between coats to flash off the solvents when the temperature is around 60 to 70 degrees F. Otherwise I would get a few solvent craters. You can build this paint fairly thick which is nice if you are going to do any color sanding.
    good item (Posted on 3/13/13)
    Review by jj
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    good item wooks good
    Boulevard Black (Posted on 10/14/12)
    Review by tmceast
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    Obviously black is hardest color to paint due to body work underneath. Using the epoxy primer and the boulevard black. Easy mix. No wait time. Extreme coverage, excellent flow. Have used Dupont for years but they have priced themselves out of the market for the guy that does a couple of cars a year. Fantastic product - very pleased!
    great paint (Posted on 5/14/12)
    Review by Bill W
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    Easy to use. You don't have to reduce it, just mix activator and shoot! Flows out great!
    A+ (Posted on 8/27/11)
    Review by Paul
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    Great kit. Easy to follow instructions if needed.
    good product (Posted on 1/25/10)
    Review by bigmike
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    good quality paint at a good price excellant flow and coverage painted the hood and deck lid on my sons 89 mustang coupe ,now the rest looks bad

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