Pottstown, PA (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
The Eastwood Company, innovators of do-it-yourself automotive restoration tools and supplies, has just introduced ElastiWrap, a removable rubber coating designed specifically to transform the appearance of vehicles quickly and easily. ElastiWrap applies by aerosol, by turbine spray gun, or with an HVLP paint gun. When applied, ElastiWrap dries to a beautiful matte finish which can be left as is, or changed with the application of gloss clear or ElastiWrap Pearlizer
ElastiWrap is great for coating entire vehicles, as well as wheels, trim pieces, plastic interior parts, or for protecting areas that commonly get rock chips. "Dipping and wrapping vehicles is huge today, crossing over from modern cars, to the off-road market, drag racers and even the muscle car and street rod markets," commented Nick Capinski, Eastwood Content & Engagement Manager. "In an afternoon, you can totally change the color and appearance of your vehicle with ElastiWrap, without the countless hours of prep associated with a traditional paint job. If you ever decide to go back to the original look, ElastiWrap easily peels off to reveal the original finish."
ElastiWrap offers a high-build formula, which greatly reduces the application time and amount of material users need compared to other products commonly used. It also features heat resistance up to 350F and UV protection. With the Intermix System, hundreds of custom colors and effects can be created. It is also 50-state compliant and can be shipped to Canada.
ElastiWrap is packaged in aerosol cans, quarts and gallons. To celebrate the launch of ElastiWrap, Eastwood is giving away free aerosol cans. To get your free can, go to Eastwood.com/ElastiWrap.
Eastwood markets unique tools and supplies for repair, restoration, and modification of cars, trucks and motorcycles, as well as for home and garage DIYers. Founded in 1978, Eastwood constantly strives to develop new products to serve the home automotive hobbyist, as well as individuals and organizations focused on the restoration and preservation of automobiles and motorcycles. For more information or for hi-res photos, please contact Nick Capinski at ncapinski(at)eastwood(dot)com or (610) 705-5404.