Eastwood 12 Ounce Aerosol Can of Aluma Blast Paint.Spray-on a protective, durable, natural aluminum-look finish with Aluma Blast Paint. Aluma Blast Paint is specially formulated to duplicate the original look of freshly cast aluminum car parts, such as intake manifolds and transmission housings. Protects up to 250 degreesF.
*12 ounce aerosol can covers about 6 square feet.
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Eastwood Aluma Blast Paint 12Oz. Aerosol Can is rated out of 5 by 4942.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dbot from Aluma Blast Porsche Alt housing Having used so many aftermarket productds for close to 50 years,I thumbs up this coating.We beadblasted,denature acohol,soap&water finish,to remove any foreign dust or oils.Adding the aluma blast coatings,I was intitially concerned,because the wet appearance had a cadium look to it.But once currd&dried,24 hrs,it looked natural.I have also have good results,with Diamond Clear topcoats,to act as a dirt &oil barrier.You can easily details with soap and water,and be lookin oem again.Good product Eastwood.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by FormulaLS1 from Love it!! I have been using this on all the cast aluminum accessories on my engine and have had great luck and great results. It really looks like new cast aluminum. beware not to have anything close by that will be affected by overspray as the flakes in this paint like to travel. lite coats seem to work best and seem to go a long way! I bought 3 cans and will probably will use 1-1/2 cans for all the accessories and valve covers. Love this paint!!
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by Artisticauto from intake and transmision housing After spraying this on a new cast aluminum part I find it has a little green tint to it. Needs to be more gray to replicate original cast aluminum. However I don't believe an amateur would ever know the difference. It also freshens up old aluminum pretty nicely. Be careful not to apply in heavy coats causes dark spots to light of coats or to far away makes it more green. It is definitely better than any silver you will find.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Burn the Hides from Great color match. This is not a cheap, gray, rattle-can touch-up. This is a great color match for engine parts. Not wanting to give up my alternator in a 77 Chevy, I removed the unit, carefully cleaned, masked off the wire connectors and hung it by a wire coat hanger. Applied two light coats of Aluma Blast. My buddies think I bought a new alternator. Looks like it. Just make sure you tape off the any wire connections and the pulley grove.
Date published: 2015-12-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by AlanM from I really like this paint! I'm a long time user of Eastwood's paints and have been generally be very pleased with the performance of the paints. This is the first time I've used the Aluma Blast and I'm pleased with the results. Color looks great. The part was painted per the recommended instructions and the paint laid down well.
Date published: 2015-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by groupenetwork from This is what you are looking for ! The best ! We use this product all the time on our engine parts. Alternator casings, intakes, water pumps, it brings the finish to new and the product sparkles !!! We combine it with a coat of satin diamond clear and the results are even better. BRAVO Eastwood for giving us great restoration products.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by VWSportruck from Couldn't be better! I recently purchased this to finalize the restoration of one of my cars and work on the engine bay. I started with the Pre Painting Prep on several aluminum parts (intake, alternatore, head, and transmission.) The Aluma Blast lays down smooth, and gives that perfect fresh aluminum look.
Date published: 2015-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rallyred from Intake I like the look of a Aluma. Intake. SO all the best reviews led me to buy Eastwood Aluma Blast. Believe me it went down just right slow, and the out come was what I was looking for. Now I am looking for the best clear coat out their. One that will not turn yellow when gas lands on it.
Date published: 2015-10-06