Item # 15401 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Speeding Ticket Red Super Flakes 50g

Eastwood Speeding Ticket Red Super Flakes 50g
Eastwood Speeding Ticket Red Super Flakes 50g
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Eastwood Speeding Ticket Red Super Flakes 50g

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Eastwood Speeding Ticket Red Super Flakes 50g

Product Overview:


Eastwood Super Flakes come in a variety of awesome colors and effects. Super flakes are .004 or about 100 microns in size. Customize your project and create different looks using different color bases, Candeez and clears. Eastwood flakes are compatible with Eastwood Elastiwrap, Eastwood Candeez, Urethane clears, as well as basecoats and single stage urethanes. Packaged in 50 gram jars. Recommended add, 50 grams per gallon.

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Net Weight 50 Grams

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Safety Information

Always wear eye, skin and respiratory projection when painting. Always paint in a well ventilated area away from open flame. Consult MSDS for specific safety warnings.


51144ZP Eastwood 2:1 European Urethane Clear Kit
50067ZP Low VOC 4:1 Urethane Clear Kit
15061ZP Elastiwrap Gloss Clear Gallon

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Questions & Answers

Do these flakes change your color?.I going to paint my car a single stage paint wine red .and add flakes to the gallon.what flakes do I use if I just want a little more sparkle. Without changing the color?

Asked by: Ray g
IT can change the all over color in a sense but adding red flakes to a red paint will not cause a drastic effect. Doing this will be more of a minor effect.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2023-01-11

I would really like to see this in a paint job because it almost has a subdued look. Maybe in a flat black with a matte clear. If anyone has a link to a paint job done with this it would be greatly appreciated.

Asked by: AshS10
Unfortunately we do not have any phots in regards to this at this time. We will check back periodically and post any we may receive in. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2022-05-13

Hi  I plan on custom painting my Tracker Boat. Either a black or dark grey color. Would like to get the heavy flake look that is on a lot of fiberglass boats. Would like to use silver, gold or red flakes in panels or feathered stripes down the side. 

Asked by: Keith K
These flakes can certainly be added to the paint or to the clear to bring out a heavy flake look.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2023-01-07

With this product when mixed clear is it small enough to shoot with a regular spray gun?

Asked by: KahunaJohn
We would recommend a 1.4 to a 1.8 fluid tip in a regular spray gun. . Also very important when spraying flakes, is to remove the Gun Cup Filter. The small filter will not allow the flakes to go through and will collect in the filter.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2023-01-07

Can I mix and shoot this with powder?

Asked by: Captzap
Flakes can be added into powder technically but pearls can not- they will burn. I would not add more than a teaspoon of flakes for every bottle of powder coat.. If too much flake is mixed in; the flakes will not allow the powder to cure properly.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-01-13

How much of this product would it take to solid flake a full car or truck like a Chevy s10

Asked by: Bobby69
Typically for every gallon of paint/ clear a 50 gram container is added.. This is a matter of personal preference though.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-03-25

Can this be added to black urethane basecoat?

Asked by: 67 Cutlass
This can certainly be added to black basedcoat. Just keep in mind you may not see the flakes as well as you could. This are best added to clear.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2021-09-22

Has anyone ever tried this over a white basecoat

Asked by: Porsche 815
pro custom hot rod garage: Yes ive done the exact paint jog just use a clear base with flake added then apply clear.. it will look good and not pinkish out on you.
Answered by: pro custom
Date published: 2018-04-06
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