Eastwood Ceramic Engine Paint Quart Chevrolet Orange
Product Review (submitted on April 29, 2011):
Last Fall, I used Eastwood Ceramic Chevy Orange Engine Paint mixed with the catalyst/activator to paint my original 1969 Corvette 427 engine, heads and oil pan. I applied the first coat with cheap Wal-Mart sponge brushes, and then followed-up using a paint gun with a 1.8 mm tip for the final coat. The paint went on smooth with a beautiful gloss finish. Like the other customer, I also had sprung a leak and anti-freeze also got on the new paint. However, I was able to wipe-off most of the anti-freeze and then rinse it off after cooling. Thankfully, the paint held up well and did NOT have any adverse reactions where the antifreeze touched. Overall, this is a good, durable paint, and the color is a perfect original match; as with many of its products, Eastwood shipping is rather high. I plan use it again for future rebuilds.