Eastwood Exo-Armour High Temperature Clear Coat

This easy to apply clear coating will protect almost anything from corrosion, UV damage, and more.

Eastwood Exo-Armour High Temperature Clear Coat - EW15350z

Wipe on, spray or dip to protect bare metal, paint, fiberglass and more.

▶   Easy to apply - Wipe on, spray on, or dip
▶   Protects bare metal, plastic, fiberglass, ceramic and painted surfaces
▶   Tested to 2000℉ for temperature resistance
▶   Passed 4000 hour salt spray test
▶   Unaffected by MEK and other solvents

This easy to apply clear coating will protect almost anything from corrosion, UV damage, and more. Originally developed for military and aviation applications, this tough flexible coating has been tested for 2000℉ temperature, and 4000 hours of salt spray resistance. It won't yellow, crack or peel, and isn't affected by solvents or chemicals. Great for keeping polished aluminum at its mirror finish best. Use it to protect metal brake and fuel lines, as well as other under car parts. Protects without adding a glossy finish.

A nearly impervious coating for protecting nearly any surface without adding a glossy finish. Meets EPA requirements with no chromates or lead ingredients. Remains flexible and clear, and won’t yellow with time. Great for car and motorcycle parts, as well as boats, stainless steel appliances, patio furniture, brass doorknobs and more.

4 oz covers approximately 110 square feet. Kit includes ExoArmour coating, rubber gloves and lint free application wiper.

Application

Eastwood ExoArmour is a two-component formulation with some very unique properties which require special attention and handling during the mixing stage before application. When Part A and Part B are combined, they will initially repel each other as will oil and water. It may require up to 1 full hour of periodic stirring to fully become hydrolyzed. At this point the mixture will have an opaque, yellowish appearance. This is completely normal.

The Eastwood ExoArmour must be applied in a very thin film. A cured film thickness of 0.0003" is normal. If higher film thickness is desired, apply in multiple coats.

The surface to be coated with Eastwood ExoArmour must be thoroughly cleaned and completely free of any oily deposits, polishes or any type of surface contaminates. Use Eastwood #10041Z PRE, Pre-Painting Prep or a good quality acetone. Failure to do so will diminish the products' ability to offer full protection.

Apply Eastwood Exo-Armour in temperatures above 70℉ [21℃] and humidity less than 70%.

Eastwood Exo-Armour should be allowed to fully cure for 5 full days before subjecting film to abrasion or rough contact.

If Eastwood Exo-Armour must be removed, use chemical strippers or abrasive blasting

Safety

Always wear eye, face and hand protection when using chemicals and apply in well ventilated area

PRODUCT INFORMATION
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The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.

High Temperature Clear Coat - Exo-Armour!

Randy from Eastwood shows how to protect metal, fiberglass & plexiglass with an impervious coating. Protect to 2,000℉!!!

  • Uneventful application, looks great.
    Application process went smoothly. I applied it to polished aluminum. Looks great! Time will tell if it stays bright and clear.
  • EXO-ARMOUR
    I had a friend who had used this product before and helped with the mix. We done a aluminum intake and 4-speed trans with no problems. Both look great !
  • Great Product
    I purchased this to clear coat my intake manifold. I looks great! It may have changed color a shade. once it dries who knows. If it doesn't yellow as Eastwood says... I couldn't be more pleased. I will definitely use this anytime I'm clear coating bare metal.
  • Worked Great
    I bought this to protect a piece of Stainless Steel that I was using to make a license plate holder. I sprayed this on with the Concours PRO detail gun and could not be happier with the results.
  • Easier to mix/sue than previous reviews suggest.
    4 out of 5 stars for the moment. I've just done the job, but haven't seen how it holds up as of yet. If this product does hold up as advertised than it will get a 5-er from me, but we shall see. If Exo-Armour works as advertised I will be EXTREMELY happy.
    Firstly, I did not find the directions hard to understand. I used an old syringe left over from having to give my cat medicine. It was in the 3ml range. I mixed 3 syringes (9ml) of Part A with one syringe (3ml) of Part B for a total mixture of 12ml. I mixed every 5~10 minutes, more or less as indicated.
    I had plenty of time for application, I wasn't rushed at all, which is nice for a two part coating. I used a small square of the supplied lint-free applicator. I found that light coats have barely any sheen at all and really do mimic the appearance of bare steel and cast iron. A slightly heavier application, as in a second wipe down, starts to build a sheen which could develop into a gloss with more apps, which may or may not please you. I'm looking for a raw look but with protection and was able to achieve that with a lighter touch. I left my parts be for about three days in a warm but low humidity basement, by which time they were dry/non-tacky to the touch.
    Not a single problem or question. My amounts were dead on and the mixture was simple, if not time consuming. I ended up mixing two batches for a total of 24ml to use. With that small amount I was able to coat the following:
    Steering gear box, pitman arm, rag joint halves, intermediate steering shaft, steering shaft to steering column CV cup and clamp, one GM single piston caliper, one disc brake spindle, one steering arm, two 1970 GM brake hold-off valves, one GM brake distribution valve/warning switch, plus various nuts and bolts. That's a LOT for such a small amount of coating.
    I wonder how this product would effect the look of freshly re-plated cadmium dichromate, such as a brake booster. That will be something I shall test out before jumping in