Item # 16184ZP BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood 4:1 Daytona Yellow - Basecoat - Automotive Car Paint - Gallon

This classic Chevrolet yellow is part of Eastwood’s Muscle Car Color Series
This classic Chevrolet yellow is part of Eastwood’s Muscle Car Color Series
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This classic Chevrolet yellow is part of Eastwood’s Muscle Car Color Series

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Eastwood 4:1 Daytona Yellow - Basecoat - Automotive Car Paint - Gallon

Product Overview:

Description

Eastwood Daytona Yellow Basecoat Paint adds the superior durability of urethane to the ease of conventional basecoats.

  • Apply a durable urethane finish wherever you live in the continental US, even CA
  • Choose a fast, medium or slow Low-VOC Activator
  • Makes 5 sprayable quarts
  • Clearcoat is required on basecoat paints
  • Mixes 4:1 with your activator choice
  • Approximate coverage: 160 SQ FT
  • Max Temperature: Paint will handle up to 300 degrees without delamination, but color shift may occur, so it should not be used in a high heat setting
  • Made in the USA
  • This classic Chevrolet yellow is part of Eastwood’s Muscle Car Color Series

Basecoat Paint Kit is a low-VOC system, so it meets regulatory limits in highly-regulated areas, eliminating the need to switch to a waterborne system.

Warranty

90 Day

Specifications


BASECOAT PAINT MIXING RATIOS
Thoroughly mix four parts Low-VOC Urethane Basecoat with one part Low-VOC Urethane Activator. Use Fast (50308ZP) for small jobs, or temps below 75°F; Medium (50309ZP) for small jobs, or temps between 70-85°F; or Slow (50310ZP) for large jobs, or temps above 80°F. Keep in mind, other factors, such as humidity, air flow and total film thickness should also be considered. In many situations, it will be useful to add 10%-20% 50104ZP Zero-VOC Reducer to aid sprayabliity, flow and leveling. Remember, this is an activated basecoat system; only mix as much as is needed. Pot life is about 2 hours at 70°F.

PAINT GUN SET-UP
HVLP Gun: Fluid Tip 1.2-1.4 mm Inlet Spray Pressure 8-10 psi
Conventional Gravity: Fluid Tip 1.2-1.5 mm Inlet Spray Pressure 40-50 psi
Conventional Siphon: Fluid Tip: 1.3-1.6 mm Inlet Spray Pressure 40-50 psi

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Apply Low-VOC Urethane Basecoat color in two full medium wet coats with a consistent 50% overlap pattern. Allow five to ten minutes flash time between coats. Flash time should increase if additional coats are applied. Most colors will cover in two coats.

Basecoat should dry dust-free within 10-20 minutes. May be lightly sanded in as few as 20 minutes. Wait at least 30 minutes before wet sanding. Wait 45-90 minutes before taping on the fresh film. All dry times are approximate, at 70°. Temperature, air flow, total film thickness and other variable may extend these times.

In the Box

Contents


Urethane Basecoat, 1 gallon
Low-VOC Urethane Activator, 1 qt. (your choice of Fast, Medium or Slow)

Guides & Accessories

Instructions

Click here for product instructions

Safety Information

Always wear appropriate eye, skin and respiratory protection. Consult MSDS for specific precautions and warnings .VOC = 3.5 lbs./gallon.

Accessories

50104ZP Zero-VOC Urethane Paint Reducer
PRE Painting Surface Prep
Low-VOC Gray Urethane Primer
12569 Concours Master Gun Cleaning Kit
12846Z Aerosol-Injected Cleaner
SAS Bandit Respirator
Gen-Nex Painters Coveralls
15639 Concours LT HVLP Paint Gun 1.3mm

Application Tips

Choose From A Fast, Medium Or Slow Low-Voc Activator

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Questions & Answers

Is this a match for 1970 #51 Daytona Yellow? Do you have samples available?

Asked by: Howi
This is our closest representation to this color in reference. Unfortunately we do not offer samples of our paints. Right now they can be viewed on our website or at any of our retail locations.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-10-27

Using EASTWOOD DAYTONA YELLOW 4:1 BASECOAT GALLON PAINT what speed of Excelerator should I use. This is my first time and in a homemade booth, and do I need to sand between each coat?  Thank you very much!!

Asked by: DP 52 F3
The speed of the activator is dependent on the temperature and humidity of your spray booth. If your booth temps are 70 degrees or less use Eastwood Low Voc Urethane Fast Activator (50308ZP) If your booth temps are 70 to 80 Degrees use Eastwood Low Voc Urethane Medium Activator (50309ZP). You do not need to sand between coats unless you see dry rough patches then you would sand with 400 grit to smooth then respray.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2020-11-30

How does this color Yellow compair to the single stage Electric Yellow in brilliance? and on the Electric Yellow # 50376ZP it says "Darkest & Most red-shaded of yellow option" is this a darker yellow? i'm a bit confused.

Asked by: Spec510
The Daytona Yellow is darker yellow in comparison to the electric yellow.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-07-29

Can I get this in 2 quarts or do I have to buy the whole gallon ?

Asked by: cory
At this time we only have gallons available in this color. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-10-10

Is this the true color? I know images can be very different from the photos. Also with the devilbiss plus gone from your site would I still spray this @ 8-10 PSI?

Asked by: Curious Painter
This image is the true color. The pressure you want to spray at will be 25-30 PSI with the trigger pulled at the regulator which is attached directly to the gun. This will give you the 8-10 psi at the air cap.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2022-02-17

Can you paint a car outside in the open?

Asked by: Kenyawn
When it comes to where and how you paint we recommend checking with your local regulations.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-04-27

I WILL BE DOING MY OWN PAINT JOB ON MY TRUCK, AND THIS WILL BE MY FIRST TIME PAINTING MY TRUCK, THE TRUCK IS ALREADY PRIMER , IS THIS PAINT READY TO USE TO SPRAY OR DO I NEED A REDUCER SOW THE PAINT DOESNT COME OUT TOO THICK OR YOU TELL ME WHAT I NEED

Asked by: CISCO
It would be recommended to pick up a quart of Urethane reducer for the temperature range you are spraying in. This paint can be reduced up to 10% to increase flow and leveling.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-01-08

I am painting for the first time and using this EASTWOOD DAYTONA YELLOW on my 1952 Ford truck. I am thinking id like to use peal or flake to add to this color> Leaning toward more peal! can i do this and how would i do this????? thank you!

Asked by: DP52
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