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Rust-Oleum Automotive 12 oz. 500 Degree Low Gloss Black Engine Enamel Spray Paint (6-Pack)

Rust-Oleum Automotive

12 oz. 500 Degree Low Gloss Black Engine Enamel Spray Paint (6-Pack)

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Rust-Oleum Automotive 12 oz. 500° Low Gloss Black Engine Enamel Spray Paint (Case of 6) creates a smooth finish and is formulated for use on automotive engines and other automotive surfaces which reach intermittent temperatures up to 500°F (260°C). It is gas and oil resistant. It has Stops Rust formula.

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  • Use on automotive engines and other automotive surfaces
  • 12 oz. can provides coverage up to 10 sq. ft.
  • Low gloss finish
  • Oil-based formula resists chipping and peeling
  • Rust preventive for a long-lasting finish
  • Any-angle spray technology with comfort tip
  • Do not apply to surfaces that exceed 500°F
  • Excellent UV and weather resistance
  • Dries to touch in 20 minutes
  • Clean up with mineral spirits

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Would this be good to paint my stock rims on my car

Asked by: Ccrew4life
Yes, as long as your rims are made of metal, Rust-Oleum Engine Enamel Spray Paint can be used. Please keep in mind that this product will not properly adhere to galvanized steel or non-metal surfaces.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-01-23

can I spray the high heat engine paint over Rust-Oleum regular satin black that I sprayed a week ago.

I used Rust-Oleum automotive primer under Rust-Oleum black satin to paint a core support and inner fender wells on a GTO I'm restoring. it wasn't until after I sprayed it that I realized the paint is only good to 200 degrees, and now I'm afraid it's going to peel. especially on the core support around the radiator. Would it help to spray a coat of high heat engine paint over it. Or will the 2 coats of primer and 2 coats of satin be ok since it isn't actually on the engine? Thanks Paul
Asked by: Paul
Hi Paul, Most likely your paint job will be OK, however the top coat is only as good as the base coat, so it may peal over time due to the heat. Mike
Answered by: Jet1
Date published: 2015-11-07
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