Item # 46001ZP BRAND: Glyptal

Glyptal Red Brush On 1 qt

Seals uneven surfaces in engine<br>castings to improve oil circulation
Seals uneven surfaces in engine<br>castings to improve oil circulation
Glyptal Red Brush On 1 qt is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 19.
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Glyptal Red Brush On 1 qt

Description

Multi-Purpose Glyptal® Red Enamel seals uneven surfaces in engine castings to improve oil circulation

  • Acid- and oil-resistant
  • Also resists moisture, heat dust, salt spray
  • Anti-corrosion protection

Glyptal 1201 seals the rough interior castings of engine blocks to help prevent engine damage. Sealing the tiny pores left in metal after bead blasting leaves the engine block interior smooth and clean, and that helps keep oil clean and flowing freely.



Recommended by many high performance engine rebuilding books, Glyptal seals the tiny pores left in metal after bead blasting and leaves the engine block interiors smooth. Helps keep the oil clean and flowing freely. Acid and oil resistant. Used on generator and alternator armatures, Glyptal has great electrical insulating properties, too!

Contents

Covers 24 Sq. Ft, Max Temp 250F, Enamel.

Application Tips

Glyptal is used to seal the internal surfaces of the engine block for fastest oil return to the sump. Make sure the surface is absolutely FREE OF GREASE OR OIL! Our Metal Wash concentrate (10120) or PRE Painting Prep (10041 Z) with the Engine Brush Kit (46035) does a great job of cleaning the engine block. Be careful to avoid getting paint on machined surfaces or in oil passage ways. Can be thinned with Xylol or Xylene.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from As Expected Product was intended for coating interior engine cases and oil bag on a Harley restoration I'm doing. Oil bag interior was rusted pretty bad so I cut the pinch weld off on top to gain access then media blasted interior and applied two coats of Glyptal. After coating I allowed it to cure in 100+ heat for a week then filled with water and welded top back on, water dissipates heat preventing paint burn and provides leak checks being a low pressure system. I knew the product would do the job without question. Being fairly new to the Eastwood company I was pleasantly surprised at how fast my order was filled and delivered in excellent condition. I will definitely be doing business with them again in the future.
Date published: 2018-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! This stuff worked exactly like I was told, I was able to coat the entire inside of my engine block, with plenty left over, it's self leveling, and makes the rough casting smooth as glass
Date published: 2017-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only product of its kind and an excellent one I have used 1201 since the early 70's to coat the inside of racing engines. Like many others reviewing this product, it is easy to apply dries quickly and provides and excellent finish to seal cast surfaces and promotes oil drainage. It has insulating qualities as well. Impervious to oil and gas. Another user said Nitro doesn't affect it either. Clean up with acetone before curing is pretty easy as well as cleaning the paint brush. I am still using the same brush I used nearly 50 years ago on my current 383 chevy. Great product, it is a bargain at its price. A quart will treat scores of engine blocks.
Date published: 2016-06-04
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Questions & Answers

Is there any data on thermal properties? It is called thermal paint so will it help keep intake manifold or air flow cool if I coat the underneath of the intake manifold before installing the manifold?

Asked by: Mike
Glyptal has been used to coat the inside of automotive engines to seal the porous cast iron to promote better oil flow. We have no information available pertaining to Glyptal's thermal barrier properties. We recommend you contact Glyptal @1-800-GLP-1201 for details on Glyptal products.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2021-05-30

Can Glyptal be used on the interior of an oil pan

Asked by: Tony
No, it should be used on rough cast interior areas of engine castings only. Inside of the engine block, value area of the heads, etc..
Answered by: Sonya
Date published: 2021-02-25

Is there a specific time between coats &amp; after the second coat? When can the parts be assembled &amp; have oil contact? Basically when is it fully cure? What are my options for getting curing?

Asked by: Oscar
Glyptal 1201 Red enamel only requires one coat of paint in most applications. Should you desire a second coat allow 30 minutes drying time between coats. At temps above 70 degrees F, allow 24 hours for curing before assembly and oil introduction.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2020-11-18

I&rsquo;m going to use &nbsp;Glyptal on an old alloy motorcycle crank case. How long show I leave in before rebuilding the engine ?

Asked by: Brit
If allowing to air cure I would wait at least 2-3 hours to be safe before handling and installing.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-10-15

Is this Glyptal the same as the product Red Lead used to under coat the paint on ships or sea going vessels?

Asked by: stan
Red Lead is no longer legal to be sold or used. Not even close to the same stuff!
Answered by: Chowen9
Date published: 2020-07-14

Can this be used on the inside of a 4 cylinder motorcycle aluminum crankcase/transmission?

Asked by: Jeff60
Yes you can use the Glyptal to the inside of cycle crancase/transimission. The key to this will be all in the prep. The inside &quot;MUST&quot; be free of any oil, Clean thoroughly with Acetone several times. The inside must be scuffed up as well.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-05-16

We applied the red glyptal 1201 to the inside of cast iron manifolds and it's now peeling away. What solvent can we use to remove the coating? These parts are in hydraulic service so any paint debris can foul a system. We didn't subject them to temps 250F

Asked by: Craig
Lacquer thinner or brake kleen should remove this coating.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-10-19

Does it come in other colors? Does it need to be baked after applying?

Asked by: Element114
This is only available in red and it does not have to be baked after applying.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-10-15
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