Eastwood Powder Coat Extreme Chrome Bonded

Eastwood Extreme Chrome Bonded Powder is the most reflective powder we offer!

Eastwood Powder Coat Extreme Chrome Bonded - EW15999LB

Eastwood Extreme Chrome Bonded Powder - This "Chrome" powder is the closest to the look of real chrome of any we have ever offered!

▶   High-Tech, Bonded Polyester-TGIC formulation for tarnish resistance
▶   Cures at 400℉
▶   Our most reflective "chrome" powder ever
▶   Topcoat with Eastwood # 10286 Super Gloss Clear for best results
▶   A perfect base under our translucent or candy powders for custom finishes

So reflective, you can read printed text in the reflection! Great for motorcycle parts, under hood components and external trim pieces. For best results, topcoat with a clear, translucent or candy powder.

Application

CLEAN - Thoroughly strip and clean your metal part before coating. We recommend Eastwood Pre Painting Prep.

COAT - Apply using Eastwood DIY HotCoat Gun 11671A or the Eastwood Dual Voltage HotCoat Gun 11678.

CURE - Cure the part in an electric oven for recommended time. NEVER use an oven that is used for food.

Specification

Color: Chrome
Gloss Level: Gloss
Cure Temperature: 400℉
Cure Time: 20 Minutes after flowout
Powder Type: High-Tech, Bonded Polyester-TGIC
Finish: Smooth
Coverage: 1/2 lb. of powder is approximately 10-20 sq. ft.

Safety

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.

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.


  • Came out great!
    Looks like an electric blue when over a chrome base coat. My first time PCing and very impressed. Used the dual voltage gun. I did a few items with chrome, then Rally Blue over a couple of them.
  • Holy Whaaa!
    I used this for my first ever PC project and i must say I am seriously impressed. I fabbed a shaker for my sand blast cabinet and figured it would be a good first try. Just incase it turned out less than great. Now I'm mad that its in a spot where you cant see it, as it turned out beyond my expectations.
  • Beautiful finish on aluminum spinner
    I bought this to try on a car that had anodized spinners. I first glass bead blasted the anodized finish off and washed, Next I applied the powder and placed in a convection oven at 400 degrees. I was amazed how the grey dust changed to a beautiful finish. Impressive. I think the finish should stand up to pounding with lead hammer well when tightning the wheel.
  • Fantastic Results
    I posted a video on YouTube of my application using a shaking can (no gun) and bake. Went on fantastic and finished perfectly. AAA+++ from me. Search YouTube under 2003HarleyGuy to find the video.
  • It's work
    Clean, Clean, Clean. I made beautiful parts. I'm very satisfied. The cure is also super important. Regards from Brazil.
  • Fantastic
    Much cheaper than chrome! This finish looks better than the single stage I tried last month. I haven't clear coated it but am attempting some candy over it. Having some issues as soon as applying powder, small spots appear. Hoping to get some suggestions....
  • High gloss finish, but more silver than chrome
    This product is a much better chrome look finish than any other products I have tried. I used it to coat a Model A Ford bumper that was badly pitted and not a candidate for real chrome. The finish turned out high gloss, but more silver than true chrome. The real advantage in this product is you can fill pits and imperfections with a primer coat of powder, or even a product like Metal to Metal filler, then sand down to a smooth finish before applying the chrome powder.

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