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Nitro-Steel™

Lordco Part #NIT39200

Nitro-Steel is a Super Tough, High Temperature coating made of PURE LIQUID 316 STAINLESS STEEL combined with apolyurethane resin.  Resists chemical attack, corrosion and abrasion.

Nitro-Steel Protects metals and ceramics with an overlapping multilayered stainless steel coating which is non-flammable when dry.  Dries to the touch in 15 minutes.  Hardens overnight and reaches maximum strength after several days.

Use On: Commercial and Industrial  applications and equipment, Vehicle Fire Walls, fire hydrants, steam pipes, radiators, exhaust systems, mufflers, boilers, engines, ovens, tanks, heat exchanger, truck beds, boxes, parts & equipment,  boats & trailers,

Preparation: Clean surface from oil, rust and paint. MUST BE A CLEAN SURFACE FOR PROPER APPLICATION.

Directions: Shake until ball rattles freely, then shake for an additional 30 seconds.  For best results, also shake can periodically during use.  Spray in a sweeping motion, 10 to 12 inches from surface.  Several thin coats give better results than one thick coat.  For the ultimate in corrosion protection apply over a well cured coating of Cold Zinc Galvanize. or Rust Stop.

Reviews: Hot Rod Mag. June, 2011

Nitro-Steel is a super tough, high temperature coating made of pure liquid 316 stainless steel combined with a polyurethane resin that resists chemical attack, corrosion and abrasion.  NitroSteel protects metals and ceramics with an overlapping multilayered stainless steel coating which is non-flamable when dry.  Dries to the touch in 15 minutes.  Hardens overnight and reaches maximum strength after several days.

We’ve used it on our Project Daily Driver’s glass-beaded M/T 440 valve covers and it only slightly darkened the cool glass-beaded look while adding protection from chemical spills and heat.  Also used it on the wheels on my daughter’s Chevy Sprint which has been on the road for three months now. The wheels still lookgreat, with no chips, stains or rust.

http://www.canadianhotrods.com/

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