Eastwood Trunk Paint Gray White Aerosol 340grams

Gray/White Trunk Paint matches factory spatter finish and color Aerosol spray paint matches the original multi-color gray/white spatter finish you've seen in trunks.

Eastwood Trunk Paint Gray White Aerosol 340grams

Gray/White Trunk Paint matches factory "spatter" finish and color Aerosol spray paint matches the original multi-color gray/white spatter finish you've seen in trunks.

▶   Withstands up to 200℉
▶   Mixture of water- and solvent-based pigments
▶   12-oz. aerosol covers 6 sq. ft.

Match original multi-color spatter finishes with this trunk paint. Handy aerosol can eliminates spray gun cleanup. Must be sealed with Diamond Clear for Painted Surfaces. Prime bare metal with Gray Self Etching Primer (16014Z) or rusty metal with Eastwood Black Rust Encapsulator (16060Z) before applying trunk paint. Each can covers about 6 square feet.

Application

Eastwood's spatter finish Trunk Paint aerosol makes trunks look new. It contains a mixture of water & solvent based pigments. Each can covers 6 sq ft, and withstands up to 200℉. Use Diamond Clear for Painted Surfaces to waterproof. For rusty floors, use Eastwood Rust Encapsulator (16040 Z) Aerosol, (16043 Z) Pint, or (16045 ZP) Quart, and Brushable Seam Sealer (51657 ZP). Use in a well ventilated area, or use a respirator like the SAS Bandit Respirator (11455 or 11456).

Safety

Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection. Consult MSDS for specific safety precautions. Always use in a well ventilated area.

  • Why not tell us it's water base and has to be seal
    Color matches great. Only complaint, why doesn't it tell you when you order this that its water based and needs to be sealed? Had no idea until I read the can. Would have been nice to know ahead to order some clear at same time.
  • GREAT
    Correct for my 62 Chevy. Have used in the past, just used as a touch up this time.
  • Looks great but sags on verticals
    I painted this over gray primer and it covered and looks great but it sagged on the vertical areas. I may have sprayed it a little too heavy but I didn't think I was. I recommend light coats. I'll buy another can to fix the sags before I clear it. I don't know about the final performance yet.
  • As advertised
    Was very satisfied with how this worked. I used one can to blend some surface rusted spots in my 62' Bel Air trunk. Started with clean & prep. Then rust encapsulated the spots, primed with gray filler primer then used this product to top coat. Finished with clear coat per product instructions. It was not a perfect match, I will probably coat the entire trunk at a later time but at a glance it looks great.
  • Just a thought ...
    You must use gray primer for the gray & white and black primer for the black .. bare must be cover or it turns brown ... take more than a kit to do a entire trunk .