Item # 10025Z BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Chassis Black Satin Aerosol 14 oz

Original long-lasting formula resists chips, corrosion, temps to 300°F
Original long-lasting formula resists chips, corrosion, temps to 300°F
Eastwood Chassis Black Satin Aerosol 14 oz is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 97.
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Eastwood Chassis Black Satin Aerosol 14 oz

Description

Chassis Black Satin is the perfect chassis paint at the perfect price for any undercarriage component.

  • Resists corrosion, chips and scratches
  • Chassis Black also resists brake fluid, fuel and solvents
  • UV-resistant
  • Undercoating matches OEM finish
  • Apply multiple coats without lifting

Not glossy, not dull, just right! Authentic 60-70% gloss undercoating looks great on suspension parts and frame. Tough, long-lasting auto chassis paint resists chips, corrosion and temperatures up to 300°F, so it's perfect for the value-conscious enthusiast who wants a factory-fresh look from one of the best chassis paints, while staying within a budget.

Note: This paint can not be applied over top of self-etching primers.

"This paint is great. I've used it in restoring my 1970 Chevelle and the paint is everything it is claimed to be and more." — Barstow, CA

Warranty

Made in the USA. 30 Day Eastwood Warranty. QUANTITY DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR THIS ITEM

Contents

One 15 oz. aerosol can covers 8 Sq. ft, Max Temp 300F. Average car needs 3 to 5 cans.

Application Tips

Ensure surface is clean, prior painting. Chassis Black can be applied over bare metal or old paint. To ensure good adhesion, scuff the old paint with 320 grit abrasive. DO NOT USE OVER SELF-ETCHING PRIMERS. Apply to surface about 8-10 inches from surface. It’s better to apply several light coats than one heavy coat. Ideal conditions 70°F to 90F° at 50% humidity. Conditions will affect dry times. Apply several light coats until hiding is achieved. Allow at 15-20 minutes between each coat. Full cure time is 24-36 hours depending on conditions. If recoating after 36 hours, scuff surface with 320 grit abrasive.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality product, good looking and durable Goes on smooth and even, looks great! I love the chassis Black products!
Date published: 2021-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chassis black works well Covered over rust encapsulate very good with two coats
Date published: 2021-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to apply to a Jeep Wrangler and looks great! Used this on my 24 year old Jeep Wrangler YJ. For its age, it's done very well. The frame had nothing but surface rust but I could see it needed some protection. I read reviews of 4 or 5 other frame coatings and decided to try Eastwood. I wire brushed, scuffed and cleaned the frame/chassis parts. I know there's other cleaners, paint preps and de-greasers but I used Eastwood's Pre after brushing and scuffing. It works. I applied the Aerosol Matte Black Rust Encapsulator first. I used it as a primer for the rust and as a base coat. It has almost flat finish to it and it went on nice. It was nice to see the rust hidden and it looked great just like that. I followed that up with 2 coats of Eastwood's Original Chassis Black (Satin) Aerosol. At first I wasn't sure if I liked it. I kind of liked the dull look of the Rust Encapsulator. (Matte) The Chassis Black Satin looked somewhat glossier than I imagined. I knew I made the right choice when I remembered that mud seems to stick to and stain flat painted undercarriages. It does see some mud now and again and I think it'll be more stain resistant with the topcoat on it. The rattle cans put out a nice spray and the product gives good coverage. The cans emptied completely and I did not have any problems with clogging. I sprayed the topcoat more than 36 hours after doing the Encapsulator so I made sure to scuff it lightly with some 320-400 grit before spraying the Chassis Black topcoats. I hit it with a tack cloth after scuffing and it seems to well adhered to the Encapsulator I used for a base coat. I'll keep a can around for the inevitable touch ups. It's a Jeep!
Date published: 2019-04-07
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Questions & Answers

Could the Qt. cans be applied with a brush if needed? Thanks

Asked by: Jose
Yes brushing would be fine.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2021-05-23

Can I spray this directly over epoxy primer.

Asked by: Joe155
yes you can spray it over Epoxy primer.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2021-03-15

Does this need to be mixed with hardener

Asked by: 1960 Thunderbird
No Hardener is needed with this product.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2021-02-10

I am planning on buying this in quart cans and spraying it. Do I need an activator and/or reducer? If so, what products do I need? Thanks 

Asked by: Greg
The Eastwood Chassis Black Satin Paint (10043ZP) does not require an activator or a reducer as it is ready to spray right out of the can. Should thinning be necessary for your application you must thin with Toluol or Xylol only.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2020-12-21

I plan to use this to topcoat the rust encapsulator I used on my frame. While doing so, I'd like to spray the entire underbody of my corvette with it, which is fiberglass. Will this product bond well to the fiberglass?

Asked by: JonD
Our Chassis black can certainly be applied to properly prepped fiberglass.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2020-09-16

Would this work well for a firewall and inner fender panels? 

Asked by: Slammo
Our Chassis black can certainly also be used on a firewall and inner fender panels.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2020-09-16

Can you use Chassis black on bare aluminum castings, or what primer is required?

Asked by: Model A Dr
This and the Extreme can be applied to bare metal surfaces (although it always yields more durable results using over a primer) as long as the surface is scuffed and cleaned and degreased. Our 2K Ceramic Chassis Black must be applied over the top of a primer.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-08-05

Is this safe for direct sun exposure on objects such as bumpers and roll bars?

Asked by: Doug
Yes, it is fine in those applications. For ultimate in durability, consider the 2K Chassis Black. https://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-2k-ceramic-chassis-black-satin-and-activator.html
Answered by: RLRL
Date published: 2020-06-03
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