DEI Hi-Temp Silicone Coating Aluminum

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DEI Aluminum Hi-Temp Silicone Coating.

DEI's HT (High Temperature) Silicone Coating provides lasting protection for parts that experience extreme heat up to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Hi-Temp Silicone Coating is recommended for use on DEI exhaust wrap as it seals the material and provides protection from oil, dirt and road grime. It will also extend the lifespan of exhaust wrap reducing the need to re-wrap headers or tubing. DEI's HT Silicone Coating isn't just for use on their exhaust wrap. This products works on headers, blocks, starters and even your home grill. Wherever extreme heat is present, protect your possessions with this high temp coating.

DEI Hi-Temp Silicone Coating
- Heat protection up to 1500F
- Protects against abrasions, hot oil and road grime
- Seals and protects DEI non-titanium exhaust wrap
- Can be used on many applications including exhaust, engine blocks, home grill, etc
- 12oz can

DEI HT Silicone Coating is VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) compliant in all 50 states.

Protect your exhaust against cuts, engine lubricants and grime from the road with DEI's Hi-Temp Silicone Coating. Since the coating is silicone based, it very easily repels the water, dirt and oils. This keeps header wrap free of debris which lessens wear and increases durability. DEI High Temperature Silicone Coating is a great way to protect your exhaust and exhaust wrap without breaking the bank on ceramic coating.

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Will this coating stick to silicone rubber?

Asked by: Steakdaddy93
Unfortunately, I can't find any documentation between us and the manufacturer saying whether it would or wouldn't work. It's hard to say.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-06-26
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