Universal Etch Primer | Grey | High Performance Primer For Difficult Surfaces Including Aluminium Galvanised Steel Stainless GRP Plastic


  • SELF ETCHING PRIMER: Specialist etch primer for metal, plastic, and difficult-to-paint surfaces
  • TOPCOAT READY: Creates the perfect surface for application of topcoat
  • METAL PRIMER: Suitable for priming surfaces such as Aluminium, Galvanised, Stainless Steel, Brass, Etc
  • MULTI-SURFACE: Can also be used on fully cured paint and also rigid plastics
  • QUICK & SIMPLE APPLICATION: Easy to apply spray can, helping the user to achieve a smooth even finish


Primer for difficult to paint surfaces

JENOLITE Universal Etch Primer spray is a specially developed formula to aid the bonding of paint to difficult surfaces such as aluminium, galvanised & stainless steel etc.

Once cured, this self etch primer leaves a smooth, grey surface, perfect for over painting with a topcoat.

Suitable for a variety of surfaces is a fast-drying acrylic spray paint, suitable for priming a wide-range of metals, wood and plastic prior to top-coating.

Typically only requires one coat.

How To Use

Remove all traces of oil or grease. Remove old paint and loose rust with steel wool or wire brush.

  1. ONLY USE IN WELL VENTILATED AREAS: Remove all traces of oil and grease with suitable degreaser. Remove old paint and loose rust with steel wool or wire brush. Shake the can well before use so that the agitator ball can be heard rattling. Spray the etch primer in smooth strokes from 15-30cm away. Coat the surface with a thin and even layer.
  2. ALLOW TIME TO DRY: Allow the product to dry for 30 minutes between coats. Also allow 24 hours to fully cure before applying a topcoat.
  3. STORAGE & REUSE: This aerosol should be stored out of direct sunlight and In temperatures below 50°C. To prevent blockages, Invert the can and spray for 2 seconds. For best results use between 10°C and 25°C. Extremes of temperature affect drying performance.

Consult the safety data sheet for additional information.

Safety Data