Eastwood Launches New 2-Component 650F Engine Paint Aerosols

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Eastwood 2K AeroSpray Engine Paints offer a durable, catalyzed finish that resists temperatures up to 650F.

Chevy Orange 2K AeroSpray Ceramic Engine Paint

Chevy Orange 2K AeroSpray Ceramic Engine Paint

Eastwood's 2K AeroSpray Engine Paints are the correct colors and will hold up to the extreme conditions under the hood.

The Eastwood Company has launched High Temperature 2K AeroSpray Ceramic Engine Paints – the next generation of aerosol engine paints. Available in popular OEM colors and universal colors, Eastwood's AeroSpray Engine Paints feature two-component (2K) catalyzed ceramic paints in an aerosol can that resist temperatures up to 650F. 2K paints are more durable than air-dry paints, typically found in aerosol cans.

The unique can design of 2K AeroSpray Engine Paints features an internal bladder that contains the catalyst, which is surrounded by the non-activated engine paint. To use, a button on the bottom of the can pierces the internal bladder and releases the catalyst into the paint. Once activated, the can has a 48-72 hour shelf life.

“If you've just spent thousands of dollars building your engine, why would you finish it with an inexpensive auto parts store paint that will likely not hold up,” said Nick Capinski, Eastwood's Content Manager. “Eastwood's 2K AeroSpray Engine Paints are the correct colors and will hold up to the extreme conditions under the hood.”

Featuring a wide fan pattern nozzle, 2K AeroSpray applies with a pattern similar to a paint gun and covers up to 5x more than conventional aerosol cans. Eastwood 2K AeroSpray Engine Paint is available in popular OEM and universal colors, and also a high temperature gloss clear, high temperature matte clear, and an engine primer.

Eastwood markets unique tools and supplies for repair, restoration, and modification of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. 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. Contact Nick Capinski – ncapinski(at)eastwood(dot)com or 610-705-5404.

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