Eastwood 2K Aero-Spray - Rat Rod Satin Black

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Eastwood 2K Aerospray Rat Rod Satin Black

Eastwood's 2K AeroSpray Rat Rod Satin Black Aerosol allows you to paint with the durability and precision of a two-component coating without the paint gun!

Size: 250mls

Product Code: EW14791Z

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Eastwood 2K Aerospray Rat Rod Satin Black - EW14791Z

Eastwood's 2K Aerospray Rat Rod Satin Black Aerosol allows you to paint with the durability and precision of a two-component coating without the paint gun!

▶   2-Component Catalyzed Technology
▶   Two Chamber Design Aerosol
▶   Most Durable Aerosol Paint Available
▶   Sprays Like a Paint Gun

Formulated with Eastwood's proprietary nano ceramic technology to provide a long-lasting and durable finish, while keeping its beautiful finish for years. The innovative nozzle and valve technology, combined with its two internal chambers, ensure the right ratio is mixed every time. Sprays like a gun with a broader spray pattern than conventional aerosols, and no mess to clean up. You'll achieve professional results from an easy-to-use aerosol.

Application

Before activating, shake aerosol vigorously for 2 min. Take red button from cap. Turn aerosol by 180° and attach button to pin on aerosol bottom. Place aerosol on firm ground upside down. Press red button with the ball of your hand until stop is reached.After activating, shake aerosol again vigorously for 2 min. Pot life is 48 up to 72 hours at 68℉.

Safety

always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection when using this product. Product contains Isocyanates, wear NIOSH approved breathing equipment. Always use in a well ventilated area away from open flame. Consult MSDS for specific safety warnings

PRODUCT INFORMATION
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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.

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PART 1 of 3. In this video, Kevin Tetz shows you how to repair flaking clearcoat and make your car look great again. He demonstrates his techniques using the hood from his awesome 1966 Jaded Mustang that was featured in many magazines and debuted at SEMA 2012. Kevin shows you how to properly prep and mask the area, spray new clear and buff the new clear until it matches the original.

How To Repair Clearcoat - Kevin Tetz Shows the Best Way To Fix Paint - Pt 2 of 3

PART 2 of 3. In this video, Kevin Tetz shows you how to repair flaking clearcoat and make your car look great again. He demonstrates his techniques using the hood from his awesome 1966 Jaded Mustang that was featured in many magazines and debuted at SEMA 2012. Kevin shows you how to properly prep and mask the area, spray new clear and buff the new clear until it matches the original.

How To Repair Clearcoat - Kevin Tetz Shows the Best Way To Fix Paint - Pt 3 of 3

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  • Works awesome,looks great!
    I bought this paint for the inside cab of a Chevy C10 I am redoing. The amount of cans I bought was quite expensive but I didn't want to purchase all the painting gear just yet so this made sense to me. The spray pattern was great with flawless coverage. I could not be happier with the results. Sanded down everything and covered with epoxy primer and then the rat rod black.
  • PLEASE READ IF YOU'RE HAVING SPATTER PROBLEMS
    I read the reviews and noticed quite a few people were having spatter problems but I decided to chance it a purchase it anyway. I bought 20 cans of the stuff with high hopes that there wouldn't be any problems. I made sure I went step by step when shaking the can and adding the catalyst... and the conditions where right for painting.
    So I put on my gloves and suited up and made my first pass and almost immediately, boom, spatter. I was pretty upset but decided to keep going.. well, that was a mistake. More and more droplets would appear. By that time I was cursing myself for spending the money on the paint. I took a break and looked down at my glove and noticed the tip of my finger was covered in paint (gloves are black so I didn't notice right away). The spray pattern is so wide that it was actually hitting the tip of my finger where there was that extra bit of glove that hangs off. When enough paint collected it would shoot off the end of my finger and onto the paint. I tested it just to be sure and yep, more droplets. I decided to go gloveless and made sure to use the tip of my finger to press and didn't have a single spatter. I even made sure to use the same can that produced spatter before and didn't have any problems.
    I feel like this is the problem most people are having. Your finger gets tired or the button is too hard to press and you end up using more of your finger so you can press harder, then your finger tip gets into the spray pattern.
    My suggestion would be to go without gloves, or wear really tight ones, and to use this stuff for small projects like motorcycles or smaller parts. A whole car is very doable but it would be difficult to get a perfect result. I ended up with tiger stripes on the roof because you cant hold the can parallel to the car without it malfunctioning, so with that angle the paint would bunch up on one side.
    I hope this helps someone in the future. I'm very happy with the way the paint looks when it dries (where there isn't any droplets). THIS IS A VERY GOOD PRODUCT, I'm going to sand away my mistakes and go for it again.
  • Bike project
    I used this product for my Rat Bobber Harley fenders. The local paint shop wanted more than I really wanted to spend. So, I gave this a shot and figured if it doesn't turn out I can just sand it and pay the paintshop to re do it. I was more than impressed with the finished product! Saved me lots of time and money and even had some left for the lower forks and gauge console. I will definitly recommend this product to friends.
  • You get what You pay for !
    I was so impressed with the last Softail that I painted that I bought 3 more cans for another one ! Its spray nozzle works well and lays down the paint pretty well. I could see coverage per can being an issue for larger automobile projects as I am using one can per tin (front fender, rear fender & tank). Just remember that prep work means everything and make sure Your project is clean before application and You wont be disappointed. As someone else posted ; make sure You don't run the can empty as it will start to splatter when it gets low.
  • Very Impressed
    Purchased 6 cans to paint my 07 GSXR 600, ended up only using 4 cans probably because I used a black primer. I was able to get one light coat and 2 wet coats on each piece including tank and all fairing pieces. Spray pattern is similar to any high quality rattle can paint. I had zero issues with spatter possibly because I kept a paper towel in one hand while I was spraying and wiped off the nozzle after spraying each piece. Sanded primer with 600 grit before applying paint, finish came out very smooth for a single stage paint.
  • GREAT Product
    I will use and recommend this product. I had no problems at all. The finish looks perfect. Just follow instructions. Thanks Eastwood GREAT product.
  • rat rod satin black
    very good paint sprays nice just watch when can got low well spray dry
  • Read all the reviews!!
    I chose the rat rod black for the steel cowl hood on my Camaro that was replacing the fiberglass drag hood. I prepped with Eastwood primer, properly sanded and used the Eastwood Prep Solvent to clean. If you read the can, it would take exactly two cans to give the hood two complete base coats. However, previous reviews mentioned a "spitting" as the can empties. I ordered three to be safe. PERFECT! The cans do spit as they spray out. I suggest you wipe the nozzle after two passes with a clean cloth to catch drips. When the can gets below 25%, save it for short bursts around edges. The cans coated perfectly, the nozzle spray is as advertised and very clean. The coat was beautiful and deep. Now, I followed with 3 coats of Eastwood Clear. You might ask "why" since I chose the rat rod black. I want to tell you, clearing the rat rod black is absolutely stunning!! I ended up doing a lot of wet-sanding with 1500, then 2000 and 3000 grit. After that, McGuires polish compound with an orbital pad and a hand finish with Carnuba. It was a lot of work but very much worth it. This was my very first attempt and in all honesty it is a nice five-footer. I know, some of you will roll your eyes, but I did it myself. Eastwood Aerospray is well worth it. You could do a complete vehicle, but that would be a project.
  • Saved my Harley project
    Fantastic value, great durable coverage. Made my 24 year old Sportster look like a new "Dark Custom" model for $24.95. The 2 part system is so durable, you can see and feel how good it looks. The spray tip was probably worth half of the entire cost of the can of paint.
  • Awesome Paint
    I bought 1 can to paint a gas tank, front finder and fiberglass café racer seat pan. The paint job turned out as perfect. Lays down great and looks awesome. Great product!
  • VW Bug
    Decided to go with Rat Rod Aero Spray & glad I did !!! . Excellent coverage ,feels and looks great,the spray grip is a must
  • great finish
    Really nice finish sprays well but doesnt go far. What ever you think your going to need order extra.
  • Looking great after a good cure time
    Just wanted to add that it's looking even better after a couple weeks of cure time.
  • Great Paint in a Can!
    Used it to paint my old Jeep Cherokee. Worked fine and looks good!
  • Decent product
    I used the product to paint a motorcycle and it really turned out nice, time will tell as to how durable it really is. Just have to watch out for the can getting to low because it will spatter all over your work piece.
  • worked well
    I was hesitant about using this product due to the mixed reviews. I had the opportunity to use it for work so I figured hey let them be the guinea pig. I was pleasantly surprised. Worked well and seems durable. I used it to paint some bar foot rails and used their epoxy spray paint as a base. We will see how it holds up. I would suggest to warm the can to keep the inside pressure up.
  • Good Stuuf
    I used one can of this paint on the inside and outside of my Jeep YJ grille. I had no problems with spraying and the finish came out really good. We'll see how durable it is in the future but for now I am very happy with it.
  • Worked as we expected.
    Laid down almost as good as the satin I sprayed with my HVLP. Slightly rougher and lighter but better than almost any other rattle can. Durability should be good as any other 2 part paints. Time will tell.