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Old 01-16-2013, 09:57 PM   #1
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Clear Coating Question (High Temp)?


Hey guys, I'm somewhat stumped on this one...

I picked up a bunch of radiators in Princeton NJ that the client wants blasted and clear coated so they have that industrial look.

I've contacted just about every paint company out there and have been told a bunch of crazy things that might work, but no one will guarantee their product will work of last.

Also from what I can tell is the coating has to hold up to a max temp of 210

The only thing that I've come across that might work is clear engine enamel, only problem is it only comes in 12 oz and 16 oz aerosol cans and I'd like to buy it by the quart or gallon if possible.

Anyone have any other idea on a clear coat that will work at 210?

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Old 01-16-2013, 11:01 PM   #2
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Re: Clear Coating Question (High Temp)?


Hey Dale,
Use minwax satin polyurethane add silver or gold to tint it, make sure to use the solvent type .

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Hey Dale,
Use minwax satin polyurethane add silver or gold to tint it, make sure to use the solvent type .
There's nothing on the msds sheet that says it holds up to heat and won't yellow.
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