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Eastwood Paints - Zinc Phosphate Aerosol 340grams

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Eastwood Zinc Phosphate Aerosol 340grams

Duplicates the look of dark charcoal gray OEM zinc phosphate plating.

Size: 340grams Aerosol

Product Code: EW10281z

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Eastwood Zinc Phosphate Aerosol 340grams - EW10281z

Replicate charcoal gray OEM plating with our Zinc Phosphate Aerosol

Durable spray-on enamel matches the OEM zinc phosphate plating you'll find on a wide variety of car parts.

High-solids enamel duplicates the charcoal gray zinc phosphate plating on inner and outer tie rod ends, tie rod adjustment sleeves, center links, some spindles, hood hinges and latches, sway bars and some shift and carb linkages.

Resists fading, chipping, fuel and UV.
▶   Withstands up to 300 degreesF
▶   4% to 8% gloss
▶   12-oz. aerosol covers up to 6 sq. ft.

Application

High-solids enamel duplicates the charcoal gray zinc phosphate plating on inner and outer tie rod ends, tie rod adjustment sleeves, center links, some spindles, hood hinges and latches, sway bars and some shift and carb linkages. Resists fading, chipping, fuel and UV. To remove residual grease and oil, use Metal Ready before coating.

Safety

Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection use in a well ventilated area consult MSDS for specific warnings and precautions

PRODUCT INFORMATION
msds Zinc Phosphate Aerosol Material Safety Data Sheet

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.

  • My Flowmaster Mufflers Look Brand New!
    Since my mufflers are almost exactly behind the rear tires on my 2010 Mustang GT, road debris being kicked up had worn away the previous finish and the welds were starting to rust. After using a wire brush and steel wool, I was able to clean up and smooth out the rough spots and my Eastwood Zinc Phosphate worked perfect the first time to bring them back to their original look. I highly recommend this product for anyone repainting their Flowmaster Mufflers!
  • Zinc Phosphate Looks Like OEM Finish
    I use this for Pontiac Tripower Carb bases. They are cast iron and rust easily. The factory treated the carb bases with black oxide, but that coating is not durable beyond a year or so. This coating is very dark gray and gives the desired appearance and protection
  • Gray Zinc Phosphate, excellent results
    I painted my 40 year old hood hinges with the Zinc Phosphate gray and they look great! I had to re-paint a small area on one the next day, and it blended right in
  • phosfate spray
    very nice. did exellent job of finishing my hood hinges. easy to use, very happy with results. cliff
  • Works Great
    I am restoring my 67 camaro and wanted to steering to look factory. This does the job really well
  • WOW
    I'm so happy on how my products work much less work than I imagined
  • Excellent paint
    Great paint. Close match to original gray phosphate.
  • Zinc Phosphate Aerosol Paint
    As a rebuilder of hood hinges with over 25 years experience, I find the zinc phosphate paint is darker grey that actual zinc phosphate coating, but slightly lighter in color than manganese phosphate coating. Many GM factory hood hinges (1966 into the 1970's) were manganese phosphate coated as is evident by the sparkle when exposed to sunlight. The Eastwood paint appears to contain a slight amount of metallic particles. It would be better if there was slightly more metallic to better simulate manganese phosphate. Overall, I would rate it as a good substitute for either zinc or manganese phosphate coatings and much cheaper.
  • Achieved great results first try!
    Product was easy to use!
    I gave my hood hinge components a couple solid coats and was surprised at how even the the finish came out. It looks almost "too nice". IMHO the dark grey color matches a freshly phosphate part perfectly. I also like the fact that the parts don't have that "painted" feel to them when handled. As for the price, I was please enough with the finished results, so I am all good with paying the $15. I look forward to trying some of Eastwood's other products on my car!
  • Pretty good solution
    Painted the hood hinges and latch on a '69 Nova with this stuff as opposed to having them zinc plated. It looks very good. I would recommend this product, but I would stay away from using the Underhood Black. That stuff is a waste of money.
  • Day
    Paint sprayer tip
    Paint color was great for duplicating the original finish. The only thing i wish they would change is the sprayer on the can. I wish it was like the Napa brand Martin Senour paint sprayer tips. That kind of tip allows you to spray it much more evenly leaving a much smoother finish.
  • zinc phosphate
    used this product for last year it matchs color exact with suspension parts tie road ends ball joints ectc i have been doing mustang projects dries great easy to spray
  • Could be a little lighter
    In my opinion "The color is a little Dark",But still looks GREAT! The paint go's on great and flows out and dries Fast
  • This color simulated the OEM zinc phosphate
    This paint did and worked as it was supposed to. I thought the color was a nice contrast to the chassy black
  • NICE
    A QUALITY PRODUCT MAYBE JUST A SHADE TO DARK BUT LOOKS GREAT
  • Nice Finish
    Was somewhat skeptical when i realized this paint is meant to simulate a finish used by GM on misc parts rather than actually duplicate it. But have to say the spindles I painted with this product look good. I cant comment on durability at this time