|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||DE1615|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DE1615|
|OEM Part Number||DE1615|
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Dupli-Color DE1615 Ceramic Aluminum Engine Paint - 12 oz.
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Update - 22 JUN 14: No big change but having a different vehicle now and not able to find a decent rattle can purple standard paint, I went back to this engine paint. I used it on the aluminum CAI tube and the plastic engine cover and fuse box lid and it turned out great. I'll add some photos to the product link. A really great product.
1/7/2014 The finish is still holding up despite lots of use and about 3/4 year. Some discoloration due to smoke from the grill but no more than when the original finish was new.
And why is this important? Well, if you like trying to restore some of the former glory back into your garage sale finds then sooner or later you're going to be faced with the dilemma of how best to replace that worn off or peeling Japanning. Go with too glossy a choice and your tool's going to look like it's wearing a toupee, opt for something in the matt range and the end result will lack the appeal of the original. In addition to these finishing dilemmas you also need to consider the durability of any perspective Japanning substitutes. In short, getting the right product can be thwart with perils.
Enter Dupli-Color's DE 1635 Ceramic Ford Semi-Gloss Black Engine Paint (in the 12 oz. can.) This stuff is about the closest match you're likely to find for antique Japanning. The color match is terrific; just the right shade of black without being too glossy or too matt. A pleasant surprise was/is the durability which, after adequate curing, approaches that of many baked-on finishes (with about one tenth of the fuss).
Overall, this is a must-own product if you're thinking about injecting some much-needed life into Grandpa's old Stanley or you just want to play 'dress-up' with some beaten up old tool you picked up at a garage sale.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I returned mine only because the color was not exactly what I was looking for. The picture of the spray can looks a little more metallic whereas I was not able to get that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Evan the Great
Fantastic stuff. I don't know how well it holds up to heat and grease yet, but it lays down incredibly well and perfectly matches factory aluminum colored paint on motorcycle... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JP
I painted my brake calipers with this paint. After three years, the paint looks new! Can definitely withstand high heat and looks great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ryan
Used this to paint the fiberglass bodywork on my Kawasaki race bike. Worked wonderfully, totally passes for Kawasaki green.Published 1 month ago by J. Mink
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