Eastwood Radiator Black Paint - Satin Finish
Normal engine paints are too thick for radiator use which will interfere with heat transfer and block air flow over the cooling fins. Also, standard paint tends to flake off metal radiator tanks. Radiator Black is specially formulated to solve these problems and is heat resistant to 300°F.
Factory Look Finish
Heat Dissipating Formula
Heat Resistant To 300° F
Durable Enamel formulation resists temperatures up to 300ºF, under hood chemicals and chips. One can covers 6 square feet (most radiators require 2 cans)
Radiator Black Satin - Many have asked for a lower sheen radiator black. The lower satin sheen resembles the gloss level of modern plastic tank radiators and some imports. Durable Enamel formulation resists temperatures up to 300 degrees F, gas and chipping
Part Number – 10340Z
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It painted my radiator. Black!
I was worried at first that one can wouldn't do the job, however I put 3 light coats of this paint on my radiator, and I still have a tiny amount left over. I sprayed it on after I cleaned my aluminum radiator with the Paint-Prep Eastwood can, and it really looks nice! I'm not sure why some of the other reviewers claimed the can clogged. Maybe they failed to flip the can upside-down to clear out any remaining paint in the nozzle, after each use?
Eastwood Radiator Black Satin Finish
I bought this after reading all the positive reviews on different forums.I used this to touch up my worn condenser which took a beating from the elements. I followed the directions on the can and it worked perfectly. The key is good surface prep and multiple, light, even coats every 30 minutes until its covered. I used 5 light coats in all, but my condenser was already painted black before. I also didn't drive anywhere for 24 hours so that it could cure. Covered even and there was no effect in A/C performance. I highly recommend this product to everyone. I used the satin finish and it looks great.
A good value for the price.
Replaced engine recently cleaned and pressure tested radiator as a precaution. Applied product with amazing results, one can was more than enough product for my application.
Sprayed my new aluminum radiator with this. Went on nice with good coverage. Color is just right.
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Radiator Black Paint Material Safety Data Sheet
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