Rs. 550.00 Sale Save
Size 400ml

Cosmos Paints Zinc spray also known as zinc-rich coating is a versatile and cost-effective solution for preventing and repairing corrosion on a wide range of metal surfaces and structures; protecting steel from corrosion, repairing damaged galvanized surfaces, and extending the lifespan of structures and equipment in industries like automotive, marine, and construction. Its sacrificial layer corrodes in place of the underlying metal, making it an effective and versatile solution for rust prevention and maintenance across different applications, from steel structures to agricultural equipment.


  • 2 different finishes of silver – Semi Matte metallic and ultra glossy Chrome
  • Rust preventative
  • 410 grams gross weight per 400 ml
  • Shrink wrapped cans
  • High pressure for quick application and high coverage
  • Lead and CFC Free
  • Economical
  • Quick drying
  • Excellent elasticity
  • Easy to apply and recoat
  • Exceptional decorative function
  • High weather resistance and colour stability
  • Fade and chip resistant
  • Available in 400ml


Suitable for DIY or professional use. Ideal for protection of welds, piping, tanks, and all metal structures exposed to corrosive agents. Proper for repairing galvanized surfaces.


– Wide spray
– For Large Surfaces
– Fast Application
– No drips


Shake the container at least 3 minutes after you hear the mixing ball. Before the first use spray it in the air for 3-4 seconds to remove any condensed colour. After use turn the aerosol upside down and press the actuator for 2-3 seconds to clean the valve. If the nozzle is blocked, replace it with a new one. Use outdoors or in a well-ventilated area such as an open garage. Optimal application at temperature: 10-25°C and humidity below 65% to ensure proper drying. Storage 05-35°C.


  • Ensure the surface is clean, dry and free of grease. Remove loose old lacquer and rust and sand the surface.
  • Wear protective gloves, protective clothing, eye/face protection.
  • Always paint in an open space in the open air.
  • Always spray with the can in a vertical position, otherwise the paint might 'spit' unevenly.
    Spray surface from a distance of 25-30cms.
  • Paint first vertically and then horizontally.
  • Apply Zinc Spray in several thin layers to avoid overapplication. Before each layer, shake the spray can well. Once the spray dries, a primer and a lacquer can be applied.
  • After use, clean the Zinc Spray valve (turn the aerosol upside down and press the nozzle for approx. 5 seconds). The drying time depends on ambient temperature, air humidity, and thickness of the lacquer applied.