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Clear Coat High Heat Automotive Spray Paint

SKU: 013-393
Alvin Products Clear Gloss Coat High Heat Automotive Spray Paint
12 oz. Aerosol Spray Can
Alvin Products High Heat Automotive Spray Paint withstands continuous temp's to 1200°F. Also available in a variety of colors in 12 oz. spray cans, and in a one-pint brushable black version.
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Price: $13.95
Clear Coat High Heat Automotive Spray Paint
Clear Coat High Heat Automotive Spray Paint
Product Details
DIRECTIONS: Before applying observe safety precautions. DO NOT APPLY TO HOT SURFACE. USE ONLY IN WELL VENTILATED AREA. SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.  Make certain surfaces and contents of item to be painted have completely cooled down. Do not apply unless surface temperature is between 60 90°F (16 32°C).  Remove all dust, dirt, rust, oil, grease and loose paint from surface. Roughen any glossy paint with sandpaper.  Mask off areas not to be sprayed. Protect adjacent areas with drop cloth or newspapers.  For best results apply when spray can and room temperatures are between 60 80°F (16 27°C).  Shake can vigorously for one minute after mixing ball rattles freely to ensure proper mixing and to prevent spray head from clogging. Repeat frequently during use.  Hold can 12 15 inches from surface and apply using steady even strokes.  Apply two light coats allowing 10 minutes drying time between coats.  Clean spray head immediately after use by turning can upside down and spraying until no more paint appears.  If clogging occurs remove spray head and clean with a fine wire. Replace carefully pointing can and spray head opening away from you.  Dispose of can in accordance with applicable regulations. DO NOT burn or place in home garbage compactor.  Fresh paint may give off mild fumes and smoke the first few times it is heated. Provide fresh air ventilation during first 2 3 burns. Smoke and odor should disappear and not be a problem thereafter.
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