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Eastwood Radiator Black 12oz Satin Finish is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love This Paint! I love this paint! I love how fine the mist is and easy it is to get it deep into the fins of the radiator without "filling" the fins. The spray is so much better than any other paint out there (radiator or not). Much better than the junk at the big box stores.
Date published: 2018-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use even spray Got this for my honda element new front grill project removed plastic bumper and need every thing to be black behind it Used the paint prep then sprayed​ three coats on rad 30 min in between coats one can was enough looks great
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good Sprayed just fine, look great!! I would recommend this!
Date published: 2016-08-27
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Brand new radiator shiny glossy paint of unknown quality, metal fins copper tank under paint. How do I prep this radiator before spraying with radiator black satin? How long between coats?

Asked by: Kevin
You will need to scuff all the existing paint with a maroon scuff pad to ensure a good mechanical bond for your next paint. Then in an inconspicuous area test the new paint for any reaction to the old paint prior to moving on.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-29

Can you use this to paint your tri-flow aluminum radiators?

Asked by: bowlingbrad
This product will work fine on our tri-flow radiators.
Answered by: SWhitehurst
Date published: 2017-07-20

What prep is needed before putting down this product? Are there other products that should be purchased at the same time?

Asked by: Auto Restoration N More
You want to scuff the radiator with a red scuff pad. Then you can mist a coat of self etch primer on to enhance adhesion. Now you are ready for paint.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2018-04-07
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Eastwood Radiator Black 12oz Satin Finish

Item #10340Z

The right viscosity to spray-paint
your radiator without damage

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Normal engine paints are too thick for radiator use which will interfere with heat transfer and block air flow over the cooling fins. Also, standard paint tends to flake off metal radiator tanks. Radiator Black is specially formulated to solve these problems and is heat resistant to 300°F.

  • Factory Look Finish
  • Heat Dissipating Formula
  • Quick Drying
  • Heat Resistant To 300° F

Durable Enamel formulation resists temperatures up to 300ºF, under hood chemicals and chips. One can covers 6 square feet (most radiators require 2 cans). Net wt. 12 oz.

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About Eastwood Radiator Black 12oz Satin Finish

Radiator Black Satin - Many have asked for a lower sheen radiator black. The lower satin sheen resembles the gloss level of modern plastic tank radiators and some imports. Durable Enamel formulation resists temperatures up to 300 degrees F, gas and chipping. One can covers 6 square feet most radiators require 2 cans. Net wt. 12 oz.

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