Item # 10340Z BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Radiator Black Spray Paint Satin Finish 12oz

The right viscosity to spray-paint
your radiator without damage
The right viscosity to spray-paint
your radiator without damage
Eastwood Radiator Black Spray Paint Satin Finish 12oz is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 40.
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Eastwood Radiator Black Spray Paint Satin Finish 12oz

Product Overview:

Description

Give radiators a factory-quality finish without affecting performance by choosing Eastwood Radiator Paint in Satin Black. Normal engine paints are too thick for radiators; using them will interfere with heat transfer and block airflow over the cooling fins. Also, standard paint tends to flake off metal radiator tanks.

Eastwood Radiator Black aerosol spray is how to paint your car radiator quickly and effectively. This aluminum radiator paint is specially formulated to solve these problems and is heat resistant to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. The durable enamel formula also resists under-hood chemicals and chips. Meanwhile, the satin finish offers a lower sheen than regular gloss that is more similar to the factory paints used on modern plastic tank radiators.

Visit the Eastwood Garage to learn more about why you should choose Eastwood heat-resistant radiator paint over standard spray paint, and how to paint a car radiator. One can covers six square feet; note that most radiators require two cans (which you can order at a discount). We offer lifetime technical support with DIY experts who can answer all your questions.

  • Factory Look Finish
  • Heat Dissipating Formula
  • Heat Resistant To 300° F
  • 5%-10% Gloss Level
  • Resists chemicals and chipping
  • Won't block air flow between cooling fins
  • Won't interfere with heat transfer
  • Smooth texture
  • Withstands temperatures up to 300 degrees F
  • 12oz Net Fill
  • Ful cure in 72 hours at 0.5 - 1.0 MIL thickness

Standard engine paints are too thick for use on a radiator because they can interfere with heat transfer, and block air flow between the cooling fins. But Radiator Black Gloss is specifically formulated for your radiator, heater core and air conditioning condenser.

Radiator Black Gloss Paint is just the right viscosity to spray-paint your radiator without damaging it

    Warranty

    90 Day

    Shipping

    Ships via UPS

    In the Box

    Contents

    Heat Resistant To 300° F

    Guides & Accessories

    Instructions

    Please read and fully unserstand the instruction on the can before use

    Safety Information

    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.

    Aerosol Details

    12oz NET Fill in a 16oz Can

    Accessories

    Eastwood High Temperature Resistant Under Hood Radiator Black Satin Finish Spray Paint 12 oz

    Reviews

    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Radiator Black The product covered well and the color had just the right amount of gloss. I like the pattern the nozzle produces, made painting easier.
    Date published: 2022-10-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great paint that goes on and finishes nicely! This radiator paint was great!!!! Sprayed evenly and has a real good look to it when dry. I will use it again and again!!
    Date published: 2022-07-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use Paint flowed evenly and dried to a perfect smooth finish. I did a slightly heavier than light first coat (could still see the aluminum but just barely) then followed up with a second coat.
    Date published: 2022-04-02
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    Questions & Answers

    What is the minimum temp for curing

    Asked by: Daniel
    Minimum temp this should be applied in or left to cure in would be about 55-60F.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-11-03

    How much time is needed to touch up existing new coating? I waited 5 days and new paint started lifting in a area I needed to touch up.

    Asked by: Mark56
    This coating can react with itself if not applied in a certain time frame. I would strip off what you have and apply coats about 10-15 minutes apart and you should not have an issue.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-03-26

    Does this product also deflect heat? By painting a radiator using this paint, could it make the coolant in the radiator less susceptible to engine bay temps?

    Asked by: JMSmith428
    The radiator paint isn't designed to deflect heat. It's a thin coating to paint the radiator while still allowing full cooling capabilities of the radiator.
    Answered by: Scott C
    Date published: 2020-05-19

    Is this paint ideal for use on a starter?

    Asked by: Acey
    This paint could certainly be used on the application in reference.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2020-04-30

    Can this paint be used on a AC condenser

    Asked by: Stan
    Yes as long as you follow the same basic steps as radiator paint and apply this lightly it could be used for this application too.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2019-12-07

    Could this product be used for painting brake drums ? They get very hot and need to dissipate heat quickly. Many say drums shouldn't be painted at all for this reason. Maybe this paint would help us rust hating people cope better :)  Thank you. 

    Asked by: Hardaground
    This product is formulated to be able to withstand 300°. You can take a IR Thermometer and check the temp. of your brake drums after you get them good and hot. As long as the drums do not exceed the 300° temp. you will be fine using this product.
    Answered by: Bob G
    Date published: 2019-06-17

    Would this be the best paint to use to paint a logo on an aluminum front mount intercooler core?

    Asked by: Nick P
    This Radiator black paint would be a great option to utilize for this application.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2019-04-19

    My radiator is brass. Does this product require a primer coat before applying?

    Asked by: Steve
    I would recommend applying a light mist coat of a Self Etching primer first.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2021-11-21
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    Eastwood Radiator Black Spray Paint Satin Finish 12oz
    $18.99
    Out Of Stock. Due back January 1