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Eastwood 2K Aero-Spray

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Posted March 29 2013 02:03 PM by Johnny Hunkins 
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Eastwood 2K Aero-Spray

Eastwood's new 2-stage, two-part catalyzed urethane spray paint will revolutionize the the way you paint your car.


A few days ago we spilled the beans about a new two-part, two-stage catalyzed urethane paint. Typically, spray paints are non-catalyzed single-stage formulas that don't have the ruggedness or life expectancy of a two-stage (basecoat/clearcoat) catalyzed paint applied from a spray gun in a professional paint shop. That's about to change. Eastwood has a new product line of paints applied from a can that maintains all of the attributes of a catalyzed urethane from a gun. Rather than summarize, we'll give you the complete explanation from Eastwood:

The Eastwood Company has launched 2K Aero-Spray – the next generation of aerosol paints!  2k Aero-Spray is essentially a paint gun in a can.  Unlike traditional aerosol cans that contain air dry, 1K paints, Aero-Spray features 2K, two-component catalyzed paints.  2K paints are more durable than 1K paints, and are the products used today in auto refinishing. 

How It Works: Eastwood 2K Aero-Spray

"The unique can design features an internal bladder that contains the catalyst, which is surrounded by the non-activated paint. To use, a button on the bottom of the can pierces the internal bladder and releases the catalyst into the paint. Once activated, the can has a 48-hour shelf life.
 
“Eastwood 2K Aero-Spray is unlike any spray can you’ve ever used” said JR Robinson, Eastwood Product Manager. “The finish is incredible and features the same durability as paints used by professional auto body shops.”

Featuring an adjustable, wide fan pattern nozzle, 2K Aero-Spray applies with a pattern similar to a paint gun and covers up to five times more than conventional aerosol cans. Eastwood 2K Aero-Spray is available in Epoxy Primer, High Gloss Clear, Ceramic Underhood Black, Ceramic Chassis Black Satin, and Ceramic Chassis Black Gloss.

Eastwood tells us a color chart is forthcoming, and we'll pass those details along to you when we get them. In the meantime, would you like to see us paint a whole car from a spray can? Weigh in with an email to editor Johnny Hunkins: john.hunkins@sorc.com, Subject line: Eastwood Paint

Source:

Eastwood

800-343-9353




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