Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL Blackener for Stainless Steel

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Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL is an instant-acting swab-on blackening solution that's ideal for vertical surfaces, architectural applications, and smooth, drip-free black finishes. One gallon can blacken approximately 100 sq. ft. of stainless steel surfaces.

PLEASE NOTE: Orders ship within 3 business days.

Due to the hazardous nature of the product, we are not able to expedite it.

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Corrosive
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Irritant

How to Use Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL

Use Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL to give stainless steel parts, such as architectural surfaces and vertical surfaces, rich grey-black finishes that are free of smut, drips, and runs.

Use Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL to:
  • Produce a dark grey-black finish in 1–5 minutes
  • Blacken architectural surfaces such as railings and panels
  • Perform touchups or blacken prototype parts
  • Achieve smooth finishes with no drips or runs
  • Produce no dimensional or structural changes in the metal
  • Meet AMS 2484 standards

Getting Started with trial kit

How to Use Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL

Use Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL to give stainless steel parts, such as architectural surfaces and vertical surfaces, rich grey-black finishes that are free of smut, drips, and runs.

Use Insta-Blak SS-370 GEL to:
  • Produce a dark grey-black finish in 1–5 minutes
  • Blacken architectural surfaces such as railings and panels
  • Perform touchups or blacken prototype parts
  • Achieve smooth finishes with no drips or runs
  • Produce no dimensional or structural changes in the metal
  • Meet AMS 2484 standards

Getting Started with trial kit

  • Customer Questions
  • Product Attachments
Can EPi process parts for me?
Yes! EPi's staff would be more than happy to process sample parts for you. We actually prefer it that way, so that you can see exactly how the finishing looks on your parts, and you can be sure you'll be happy with the results. Please fill out ...
Are there distributors of EPi products near my location?
Please call EPi at 262-786-9330 or email: us-sales@epi.com.
When will my order ship?
Please see each individual product page for more information on the availability of each item. We try to process and ship non-sample orders in 3 business days. Samples and Trial Kits have a 5 business day lead time to process and ship. Also, after...
How do I track my order?
Click the "Login" link at the top right-hand side of our site to track your order. If you do not have an account with us just give us a call at 262-786-9330.
How do I return a product?
Please call us at 262-786-9330 or email: us-sales@epi.com.
How do I create an account?
Click the "Login" link at the top right-hand side of site.
What is black oxide?
Black oxide is a blend of caustic, oxidizers, and additives that is used on ferrous metals. There are three types of metal blackening: hot, mid, and room temperature blackening. EPi was the first company to offer all three processes. <...
What makes EPI’s black oxide and metal-blackening processes better?
Insta-Blak processes do not produce smutty rub-offs like other room-temperature products. Our Ultra-Blak products are premium-grade black oxide, and Kool-Blak does not produce a smutty rub off like other mid-temperature processes. They are easy-...
What are the advantages of black oxide and metal blackening?
Ultra-Blak:
  • Produces true black oxide finish Fe3O4 magnetite finish
  • Abrasion resistance
  • Corrosion protection
  • Meets military spec MIL-DTL-13924D and AMS 2485H
  • Blackens faster than other...
What can black oxide be used for?
Black oxide can be used on a wide variety of metals. Examples of specific products that can be blackened with black oxide are listed below. 
  • Locks
  • Automobile and motorcycle parts
  • Machine parts
  • Power ...
Who uses black oxide?
Large companies such as lock manufacturers or auto manufacturers use black oxide on a large-scale basis to blacken metal parts. Black oxide can also be used by the home hobbyist who would prefer to blacken just a few items. Below are some of the major...
How is black oxide applied?
Hot- and mid-temperature black oxide is applied through a seven-step process.
  1. Clean and degrease metal parts
  2. Rinse metal parts
  3. Hydrochloric acid
  4. Rinse metal parts
  5. Blacken parts in boiling solution (hot...
What types of metal can you blacken with hot or room-temperature black oxide ?
  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Cast iron
  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Cadmium
  • Zinc
  • Nickel
  • Electroless nickel
How to prevent blackened parts from getting rusty?
Customers reach out to us asking how to prevent their freshly blackened parts from rusting. EPi recommends: Use running water to rinse the parts for 1-2 minutes; Do not dry the parts between prepping, cleaning, and blackening...

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More Information
Best Seller No
Blackening Features Anti Galling, Smut-Free
Hazardous Material Yes
Industrial Use Only No
Replacement For / Same As Presto Blak, SSB, Brush On

FAQ (14)

Customer Questions
Can EPi process parts for me?
Yes! EPi's staff would be more than happy to process sample parts for you. We actually prefer it that way, so that you can see exactly how the finishing looks on your parts, and you can be sure you'll be happy with the results. Please fill out ...
Are there distributors of EPi products near my location?
Please call EPi at 262-786-9330 or email: us-sales@epi.com.
When will my order ship?
Please see each individual product page for more information on the availability of each item. We try to process and ship non-sample orders in 3 business days. Samples and Trial Kits have a 5 business day lead time to process and ship. Also, after...
How do I track my order?
Click the "Login" link at the top right-hand side of our site to track your order. If you do not have an account with us just give us a call at 262-786-9330.
How do I return a product?
Please call us at 262-786-9330 or email: us-sales@epi.com.
How do I create an account?
Click the "Login" link at the top right-hand side of site.
What is black oxide?
Black oxide is a blend of caustic, oxidizers, and additives that is used on ferrous metals. There are three types of metal blackening: hot, mid, and room temperature blackening. EPi was the first company to offer all three processes. <...
What makes EPI’s black oxide and metal-blackening processes better?
Insta-Blak processes do not produce smutty rub-offs like other room-temperature products. Our Ultra-Blak products are premium-grade black oxide, and Kool-Blak does not produce a smutty rub off like other mid-temperature processes. They are easy-...
What are the advantages of black oxide and metal blackening?
Ultra-Blak:
  • Produces true black oxide finish Fe3O4 magnetite finish
  • Abrasion resistance
  • Corrosion protection
  • Meets military spec MIL-DTL-13924D and AMS 2485H
  • Blackens faster than other...
What can black oxide be used for?
Black oxide can be used on a wide variety of metals. Examples of specific products that can be blackened with black oxide are listed below. 
  • Locks
  • Automobile and motorcycle parts
  • Machine parts
  • Power ...
Who uses black oxide?
Large companies such as lock manufacturers or auto manufacturers use black oxide on a large-scale basis to blacken metal parts. Black oxide can also be used by the home hobbyist who would prefer to blacken just a few items. Below are some of the major...
How is black oxide applied?
Hot- and mid-temperature black oxide is applied through a seven-step process.
  1. Clean and degrease metal parts
  2. Rinse metal parts
  3. Hydrochloric acid
  4. Rinse metal parts
  5. Blacken parts in boiling solution (hot...
What types of metal can you blacken with hot or room-temperature black oxide ?
  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Cast iron
  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Cadmium
  • Zinc
  • Nickel
  • Electroless nickel
How to prevent blackened parts from getting rusty?
Customers reach out to us asking how to prevent their freshly blackened parts from rusting. EPi recommends: Use running water to rinse the parts for 1-2 minutes; Do not dry the parts between prepping, cleaning, and blackening...
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