- Eastwood Gray Self-Etch Primer Aerosol 16 oz
Eastwood Gray Self-Etch Primer Aerosol 16 oz
- Adheres to aluminum, steel, stainless and galvanized
- 16-oz. aerosol etching primer in gray
- Also available in black
- Use our Rust Dissolver to remove light rust first (#16037)
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About Eastwood Gray Self-Etch Primer Aerosol 16 oz
This easy to use aerosol etches and primes bare, rustfree metal in one step. Adheres to steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and galvanized steel and is compatable with virtually any paint or auto finish. This self-etching formula bonds better to bare metals than other aerosol primers. It is also a single- stage formula which requires no catalyst, making it even easier to use. Self Etch Primer is now available in Black aerosol (16114Z).
Contains 16 ounces net weight. Covers about 10 sq ft. Lacquer based. Withstands up to 170 degrees F.
Our Chassis Black paints do not stick well to this and other single stage self etching primers. This Self Etching primer uses an aggressive solvent system to assure excellent adhesion to clean, rust free metal. Exercise care when using this product over enamel finishes as lifting may occur. Eastwood's Self-Etching Primer is Lacquer based.
Work in a well ventilated area. A Respirator like our Professional Respirator (34029) is recommended when using this product.
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Self Etching Primer etches & primes in 1 step for superior adhesion. Can be used on steel, stainless, aluminum, or scuffed galvanized surfaces. For best results, clean surface to be painted with PRE Painting Prep (10041 Z) or Metal Wash (10120). 1 Aerosol covers about 10 sq ft. Max Temp 180 F. Lacquer based. Goes on thin & can be used with any additional primer or topcoat. For best results, topcoat before 24 hrs. After 24 hrs, surface must be scuffed. Exercise care when using this product over enamel finishes as lifting may occur. Shake can for at least 2 mins before spraying. Work in a well ventilated area.