Automotive

Engine Enamel


248944 - 12 oz - Spray - Clear
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About Engine Enamel

Brighten and customize your engine with Rust-Oleum® Automotive Engine Enamel. This durable coating creates a smooth, high-gloss finish that withstands intermittent high heat and resists oil, gas, grease, rust, salt, humidity and solvents.

  • Resists heat up to 500°F
  • Gas & Oil Resistant
  • Stops Rust formula
  • Any-Angle Spray with Comfort Tip

For Best Results

Use with Rust-Oleum Engine Primer Spray.

Available Sizes

  • 11 oz Spray
  • 12 oz Spray

About Engine Enamel

Brighten and customize your engine with Rust-Oleum® Automotive Engine Enamel. This durable coating creates a smooth, high-gloss finish that withstands intermittent high heat and resists oil, gas, grease, rust, salt, humidity and solvents.

  • Resists heat up to 500°F
  • Gas & Oil Resistant
  • Stops Rust formula
  • Any-Angle Spray with Comfort Tip

Engine Enamel

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Overall Rating

3 stars based on 1 reviews
1 out of 1 (100 %) reviewers recommend this product
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  1. orange u glad

    By wildwillie

    I bought 50 cans at a good discount price so rather than just using it for the motor on my power king tractor I used it for all of my orange parts which is about everything on it. I used 22 cans so far and about 4 or five seemed to be low on pigment and not cover as well as most cans , all being shaken well before and during use. I tried some Chevy red orange and both cans covered better than the hemi orange but not as bright orange as the hemi I preferred. Seems to chip off easily on unprimed clean bare metal without primer but maybe a few days curing will help. Overall great color and coverage for what I paid but wouldn't do such a large project if paying normal retail as it would of course be wiser to buy a gallon can and use my sprayer. Priming first would be better for coverage and adhesion.

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