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).
With proper preparation, XTC provides outstanding adhesion, film integrity, weathering, and thermal shock-resistance throughout this entire temperature range, and is guaranteed not to burn off!
XTC is ideal for exterior applications because it resists rust when primed with XTC Primer.
header paint • muffler paint • exhaust manifold paint • BBQ grill paint • paint for wood stove • high heat paint stove • wood burning stove paint • cast iron stove paint • high temperature stove paint • pellet stove paint • stove pipe paint
8oz will coat 3 sets of Automotive Manifolds with 2 coats.
8oz will coat a set of shorty headers with 2 coats.
Pint will coat a set of full-size headers with 2 coats.
Pint will coat a complete automotive exhaust system with 2 coats.
Posted by Reviewed by: Cyndy Clayton from Jacksonville, FL on 3/13/2019 on 13th Feb 2020
Helpful customer service & super fast shipping. Product flows on easily with a brush & dries smoothly to the naked eye. Do not recommend storing upside down for an extended period because thicker substance at the original bottom will not flow without stirring and needs to stay under the solvent.
Posted by Reviewed by: DUKERCARS from IOWA CITY, IA on 6/19/2019 on 13th Feb 2020
PROVIDES BASE FOR EXTREME TEMP COATING. EASY SPRAY ON AND A MUST USE FOR THE COATING. HAVE SOME ON CAST MANIFOLD OF MY 440 CHARGER AND 6 YEARS LATER NO DETERIORATION WHEN PRIMER AND COATING USED TOGETHER.
Posted by Reviewed by: David from Greenville - Calif. on 6/30/2019 on 13th Feb 2020
I am very happy with the out come. Time will tell how it holds up. 4 stars only because I feel there was room for a better job on my end.
Posted by Reviewed by: james Daniel from Walla Walla on 10/17/2019 on 13th Feb 2020
Repainting the top of our wood stover, was a very good match. Easy to use, looks great. Excellent customer support.
Posted by Reviewed by: Roger Cassel from Kettering, Ohio on 10/24/2019 on 13th Feb 2020
I've sprayed my aluminum engine parts for my 69 mustang with the clear gloss anticipating it lasting for years to come. I followed the directions and cured the parts in an oven after they dried. The parts are glossy and appear very durable. I'm currently rebuilding the engine so it will be a while before its reassembled.