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Found 13 results

  1. Chevy Orange Motor Coater on Engine. XTC Cast Iron Grey on Headers XTC Stainless Steel on Exhaust RustSeal Gloss Black on Underside RustSeal Galv Steel on Drive Shaft RustSeal & BlackTop on Firewall, A-Arms & Frame under Engine
  2. “Restoring a 1929 Chevrolet 4 Door International with a first Generation 194 cu 6 Cylinder Engine. I blasted the Exhaust manifold, then cleaned and prepped it to remove any debris and oil. primed following instructions, 2 coats. Then top coated with the XTC 2 Coats, then Cured it per instructions. It came out better then expected. I am really happy!” -Jerry A. XTC: https://www.kbs-coatings.com/XTC.html XTC Primer: https://www.kbs-coatings.com/XTC-Primer.html
  3. XTC: https://www.kbs-coatings.com/XTC.html
  4. “Glass bead blasted the entire surface. Two thin coats of XTC Zinc Primer 24 hrs. apart. Then Two coats of XTC Stainless Steel paint 24 hrs. apart. I then used some Black for the handle, Red for the vents and Flame Blue for the trim & drawers. I'm tickled with the end product and look forward to many many years of maintenance free service. Used a Wagner Power Sprayer & it worked great.” -Steve S XTC Primer | XTC
  5. “I used your Pure White XTC spray on paint to solve what has been a constant problem with the side pipes on my car since I've had it. After a good prep & XTC Primer, several coats applied as directed, I now have the best results yet. Thank You!” -Bill C. https://www.kbs-coatings.com/XTC.html
  6. 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?
  7. Do i need to thin the xtc high temp primer and paint before spraying? Thanks!!
  8. If I Remove My Exhaust From My Yamaha Stryker And Coat It With XTC. Wait For It To Dry. Then Attach It Once Again To The Motorcycle. Will The Temp Of The Pipes At Idle Be Enough To Cure The Coating ???
  9. I am in need of high temp coating system that can handle up to 1500F. I would like to do a zinc and topcoat to protect equipment from rust & corrosion at high operating temp and low temp when idled/off.
  10. I'm looking to repaint a Ceramic Grill. Similar to a Big Green Egg, except the Grill Dome is painted instead of Glazed like a big green egg. Will this paint stick to ceramic?
  11. coated manifolds a few years ago with your high temp. still looks good. i have manifolds off so i would like to dress them up. no chips cracks or peels. how should i prep them for a new coat of your high temp paint, XTC?
  12. What I would like to know is does that XTC come in a gloss with same ratings in temp. And also can XTC be used on the inside of the smoker area and warming box area where food will be cooked?
  13. “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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