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  1. “I work for a company called Industrial Emergency Counsel. We have a aircraft simulator to train airport firefighters. Recently I use the XTC Rocket Red paint and it’s holding up very well! Please see the pictures. Words cannot explain what your paint is holding up to. I think we could use this prop as a commercial showing how well your XTC holds up to the most extreme conditions!” -Rich from Sacramento, CA XTC is a high temperature/heat resistant coating formulated specifically to protect metal surfaces operating at temperatures from 500°F (260°C) to 1500°F (812°C).
  2. I put 2 coats of XTC primer and then 2 coats of XTC high temp paint (stainless steel) on my longtube headers. I recently seen that I need to bake them for 30 minutes to cure? Is that true, or do i not necessarily need to do that?
  3. Do i need to thin the xtc high temp primer and paint before spraying? Thanks!!
  4. After painting my object, do I need to heat treat it before use? and if so , do I heat treat after both primer then color or after primer heat treat and then put color on and treat again?
  5. “We purchased two spray cans of XTC high temp primer and two cans of XTC high temp black paint. We removed our mufflers / exhaust from our car, prepped the areas to be painted and followed the instructions on the can. All we can say is we are VERY impressed with the before and after results. We highly recommend the XTC line for those who are considering a similar project!”-Officer Martinez from Fort Worth, TX
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