Eastwood Powder Coat - Appliance White
Eastwood Powder Coat Appliance White- 1 LB bag
Eastwood Powder Coat Appliance White - EW10225
Do The Job Right with Eastwood Powders!
▶ Provides extremely durable finish
▶ Contains no environmentally harmful solvents
▶ 100% Virgin powder
▶ Impact resistant and flexibility
▶ Good chemical resistance
Eastwood Powders are far superior to liquid coatings. They provide an extremely durable finish that is chip resistant. All Powders are formulated of the highest quality materials and are chemical and fuel resistant. Eastwood Powders are durable enough for under hood applications and heat resistant up to 250℉. They are suitable for any metal surface and most cure at a temperature of 400℉ at 20 minutes after flow out. With Eastwood powders, you can be assured of high transfer efficiency and brilliant colors.
CLEAN - Thoroughly strip and clean your metal part before coating. We recommend Eastwood Pre Painting Prep.
CURE - Cure the part in an electric oven for recommended time. NEVER use an oven that is used for food.
Color: Appliance White
Gloss Level: Gloss
Cure Temperature: 400℉
Cure Time: 20 Minutes after flowout
Powder Type: Polyester TGIC
Coverage: 1/2 lb. of powder is approximately 10-20 sq. ft.
When applying powder always apply it in a well ventilated area away from heat sparks and open flame. Always use a respirator rated for dust while applying powder. Always store powders in cool (less than 80 degrees Fahrenheit) dry (60 percent or less humidity) well ventilated area away from heat sparks and open flame.
Powder Coating Colour Range
Silver Argent Rally Wheel Paint from Eastwood
This Silver Argent Paint from Eastwood has the correct tone, sheen and appearance of many original wheels. Rally Wheel Silver is appropriate for styled steel wheels, especially Muscle-Era cars. High solids content; one can covers 6 sq. ft. or two to four wheels, depending on the application. Acrylic Lacquer formulation. 50-60% gloss. Max temp 250 degrees F.
Wet powder coating method for cast bullets
This is how I coat my lead cast bullets with powder coat. I never had much luck with the dry tumbling method so I tried and eventually came out with this. Many round down the barrel I decided to share it.