Eastwood 2K AeroSpray Epoxy Primer Black 13.5 Ounce Aerosol Can

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Eastwood 2K AeroSpray Epoxy Primer Black 13.5 Ounce Aerosol Can

Product Description

Eastwood 13.5 Ounce Aerosol Can of Black 2K AeroSpray Epoxy Primer.

Eastwood's all-new black 2K AeroSpray epoxy primer is the most durable aerosol primer available and provides professional results from an easy-to-use spray can. Whether you need to coat a few parts or an entire car, Eastwood's line of 2K AeroSpray primers is the perfect choice for results that will leave you speechless.

Features and Benefits:
- Black Finish
- Two-Component Catalyzed Coating
- Great for Bare Metal
- Sprays Like a Gun with a Broader Pattern
- Innovative Nozzle and Valve Technology
- 13.5 Ounce Aerosol Can

The 2K AeroSpray epoxy primer is specially formulated using Eastwood's proprietary nano-ceramic technology to provide a long-lasting and durable finish. Epoxy primer is a great protective coating and sealant for bare metal and also acts as a ground coat for fillers down the road. A common misconception is that epoxy primer is designed to be stacked-up and blocked like a primer surfacer. In fact, epoxy primer is not meant for sanding but actually for other coatings and systems to be applied directly over top of it.

Eastwood is the leader in automotive tools and supplies. With that type of experience they have designed a truly innovative nozzle and valve, combined with its two internal chambers, the right ratio is mixed every time when you press the nozzle. The unique nozzle and valve technology sprays like a professional paint gun with a broader spray pattern than most standard paint cans and with no mess to clean up.

Tech Tip: Before activating your new can, shake vigorously for 1 minute. Take the red button from the cap and turn the can 180 degrees. Attach the button to pin on the bottom of the can. Place the can on firm ground upside down. Press the red button with the ball of your hand until stop is reached. After activating, shake the can vigorously for 2 more minutes. Product life is 48 hours at 68 degrees once activated.

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Order Eastwood's 13.5 Ounce Aerosol Can of Black 2K AeroSpray Epoxy Primer from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Eastwood 2K AeroSpray Epoxy Primer Black 13.5 Ounce Aerosol Can is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for some things, and not others This paint does spray out well and has a great vertical spread nozzle. It's really only good for parts, I think, because you can really only use it with the can held straight up and down. You can't paint a hood, for example. I used the epoxy primer and even on vertical surfaces, it left a line pattern unless a lot of paint was put down. A can doesn't cover much area and if you want to avoid a line pattern you need to put a lot down. By my calculation, if you wanted to prime a mid-size car, it would take about 25 cans to get sufficient coverage. You really can't go by the square footage that the can says it can cover.
Date published: 2015-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from $25 and useless - the nozzle is the Achilles heal The primer actually isn't bad if you can get it out of the can. I followed all of the directions on shaking, then breaking the seal inside (you can't actually use the red cap for this like it says in the directions), then shaking more and replacing the red cap. The spray was horrible, like trunk flocking, and then finally nothing. I did the whole sequence again, then adjusted the nozzle, cleaned the nozzle, tried almost everything - nothing. Finally well after I had already wasted half a day driving to get another primer, I got in a tight spot and needed just a spot, so I tried just replacing the entire nozzle on the can with one from an old can of AM800 (great stuff btw). Presto! Nice pattern, relatively flat, good coverage. Of course by then it is at the 48hr pot life, and I'm out my $25 and the gas, and a half a day. Others have had similar problems with this. If Eastwood is going to put their name on it, they should fix this issue.
Date published: 2015-08-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 2K Caveats - Supplied Air Respirator Required! This looks like good stuff and probably is. However, only AFTER receiving it and reading all fine print on the can, did it became apparent that this contains some really nasty stuff. So much so that pretty much the ONLY recommended respirator to be used is a "supplied air" type! Like me, my guess is that most of us who bought a 2-part primer in a rattle can, did so because we lack most of the "pro" equipment like a spray booth, big compressor, guns, and heavy duty respirators. It would have made a huge difference to my buying decision had Eastwood's product description mentioned the need for the supplied air respirator to be safe, or even just named the hazardous chemicals so we could do our research and decide BEFORE buying.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good! I have used several of these cans on various small parts. I can't speak to the quality of the paint itself. However, the cans spray very well and it seems to work quite well. It is expensive, but for me it is more convenient for smaller parts than setting up a makeshift spray booth, cleaning gun, etc. One reviewer was skeptical about how the epoxy could continue to spray after several days. This reviewer seemed to imply that maybe the paint itself wasn't epoxy. I believe this reviewers concerns are misguided. I've worked with several catalyzed epoxies and they tend to have a pretty long pot life. Also, I did a test on a spray panel and it passed the lacquer/reducer test. Meaning I let it dry then wiped it with a rag soaked in lacquer thinner and then reducer. Like I said, I cannot speak to how well the primer will hold up over time, but it has been a good product so far.
Date published: 2015-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So good I keep re-ordering it. This stuff is awesome. Yes there good be more in the can but as an epoxy paint it's the best I have used. It covers great and sands out perfect. Follow the directions and you won't have a problem. I never have had any trouble with any cans not performing. I have used 10 cans so far.
Date published: 2015-04-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not What Expected...Much Worse. Bought this primer and the 2K Gloss Chassis paint for a motorcycle restoration to paint the tank based on videos here on Eastwood and by other 2K spray paint makers. In theory, because it is fuel-resistant it should have been the right choice. However, after waiting quite some time for the "perfect" weather day in Houston, I finally shot the tank with the primer yesterday. I've never seen anything like it....it actually came out with a texture! Just take a look at the photo and zoom in! Now Eastwood's videos show going direct to the top coat after the primer, but no way could I top coat this. Also, the reviews about the nozzle sputtering are correct, I've had better spray from Rustoleum Professional! In the end, I will wait and sand this out and then give the 2K top coat a try. If that performs as poorly, I will have a lot of sanding to do to remove both from my tank before seeking another option. My advice...stay away.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Date published: 2015-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great I have been painting for many years, I have all the equipment to paint with. This product is quick and easy to apply. It lays down very good. It has minimal overspray compared to a paint gun. Yes you do need to order a few more cans than you think you need but with any paint work this is necessary in case there is a problem and you need additional paint. The pot life I'm sure is longer because the can is sealed and no air can get to it. As for the price it's about average To what other products cost. its over $20,00 per can for etch lock primer in a rattle can at the paint store with my shop discount and it won't pass the thinner on the rag wipe test!!! You also need to figure in the cost of all the paint equipment needed to use a paint gun. A regular respirator that you can get it for around 20 bucks works fine you're not in a sealed environment so most of the overspray is going to be out in the air anyway and you're not going to be breathing in All the overspray. I would buy and use this product again. It works great.
Date published: 2015-06-10
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