Item # 10040Z BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Radiator Black Paint Gloss Aerosol 12 oz

The right viscosity to spray-paint<br>your radiator without damage
The right viscosity to spray-paint<br>your radiator without damage
Eastwood Radiator Black Paint Gloss Aerosol 12 oz is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21.
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Eastwood Radiator Black Paint Gloss Aerosol 12 oz

Description

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

  • Won't block air flow between cooling fins
  • Won't interfere with heat transfer
  • Acrylic enamel (80% + gloss level)
  • Withstands 300 degreesF

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.

Warranty

Made in the USA. 30 Day Eastwood Warranty.

Contents

One 12 oz. net wt. aerosol can. Enamel, covers about 6 sq. ft.

Shipping

Ships via Fed-Ex

Aerosol Details

12oz NET Fill in a 16oz Can

Application Tips

Radiator Black is heat resistant to 300 degrees F. This high gloss, low build finish is ideal for radiators. Heavier coatings restrict efficiency. To straighten fins, use our Radiator Plier & Fin Rake Kit (43078). Then wash and spray with PRE Painting Prep aerosol (10041 Z) to remove residual grease and oil. Most radiators require 2 cans. enamel based. Use a light coat of our Self Etching Primer (16014 Z) for greater durability. Use these products in a well ventilated area, or wear a respirator like our Pro Respirator (34029).

Instructions

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

Safety Information

Never use this product in a closed area and wear proper personal safety equipment

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gloss Finish like glass, the satin is flat Can’t speak to durability, but I’ve used the gloss and the satin. Gloss laid down like glass on my new aluminum radiator. The satin is no doubt a flat finish in my opinion. It looks closer to a bedliner spray and seems to have fine texture.
Date published: 2020-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Results Original 55 Chevy but had to put in new radiator. Purchased aluminum for better cooling but needed to paint to look original. Eastwood Radiator paint did the trick. One can actually covered entire radiator but glad I have second can for touch ups later. Exactly as described. Went on clean and smooth and dried perfectly. Looks great and works great!
Date published: 2019-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product and Customer Service I was looking for a product to paint my new aluminum radiator for my 65 Mustang convertible. I needed the extra cooling of the aluminum unit but wanted the black look of the original. I emailed Eastwood and they recommended this product to paint the aluminum radiator. One applied, it looks great and performs just as advertised. Very happy with this purchase!
Date published: 2018-05-30
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Questions & Answers

I have a stripped and clean copper Walker radiator from my 39 Ford I want to repaint. Should I prime with self etch prime or 2k epoxy prime before topcoating with your radiator paint? I see your etch prime is only rated for 170 degrees.&nbsp;

Asked by: DK39
It is not recommended to prime a radiator before application of a radiator paint as it would be detrimental to the cooling process. Eastwood Radiator paints are formulated to transfer heat from the radiator and require no priming.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2021-05-06

Will your aerosol can extension tube work on the can for radiator paint?

Asked by: Tvboy
The extension tube is compatible with this can.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2020-02-16

I'm taking my radiator to the shop for a chemical bath. Best prep for a gloss paint job?

Asked by: Nashman49
Wipe your radiator down with a wax and grease remover, or Acetone. Wipe it dry, let it gas off, and apply the paint.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-05-02

im restoring a 1968 corvette should I use the gloss or satin for repainting the original Harrison radiator?

Asked by: paul427
Unfortunately this we can not verify. We sell generic shade options and can not match or cross-reference to any specific make models or years. We apologize for the inconvenience
Answered by: Dakota W
Date published: 2019-02-05

Thinking of using to blackout my radiator on 18 mustang. Fairly new,what process would you recommend as the radiator will stay in car with nose clip off.

Asked by: Rob13
That would depend on what, if any paint is already on the Radiator. If there is paint on already, you must do a small test area on your radiator to see if there is any reaction. If there is no paint on the Radiator then, It is best to lightly scuff the radiator with a red/ maroon scuff pad. From here follow up with a light coat of self etch primer for the best adhesion.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-04-08

What's the best way to prep a new in box aluminum radiator for this paint?

Asked by: mfc133
It is best to lightly scuff the radiator with a red/ maroon scuff pad. From here follow up with a light coat of self etch primer for the best adhesion.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-02-23
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