Beautiful sheen, color for refinishing old stuff!!
Was about to order new knobs for the kitchen and a couple of new ceiling fixtures. The old ones were tacky builder package shiny brass. My neighbor had sprayed her knobs and they looked pretty good, but the color wasn't really oil rubbed bronze. More of a greyish brown. So I hesitated to try and do the same thing. But I got to looking at the different paints in W-mart yesterday, the Krylon, the regular Rustoleum and this, the more premium Rustoleum. I decided to try this one. It was two dollars more so I hoped it would give a realistic looking oiled bronze finish. Took off the knobs, washed and hand dried them, sat them on a huge piece of cardboard, then gave them a medium coat on the bottom. An hour later flipped them and sprayed the tops. Let them sit overnight. Wow, they totally exceed my expectations! They have a slightly matte, yet sparkly sheen to them. Just right. A perfect finish and shade. When I saw the knobs, I got up on a ladder and took down a shiny brass hanging light fixture in the hallway, removed the glass, and got busy spraying it. I now have 28 beautiful knobs and a gorgeous new light. I still have enough in the can to do a couple more light fixtures. This stuff is wonderful!
I had a beautiful lion and lamb statue out in front of my home - and the hot Texas sun soon bleached all of the color out of it - so I strategically sprayed it with this (sienna stone) and now it looks even more expensive and has shown no signs of fading, chipping, or peeling after many months of hot summer sun! Awesome product and well worth the price!
Actually I was just looking for a good silver color when I discovered this, this is the closest thing to actual chome that I've ever found, much more so than Krylon chome. I'd given up on finding anything that actually resembled chrome until I found this. If you're just looking for a silver-silver than buy the Krylon chome, but if you want something you can see yourself in, buy this!
I would not suggest that you buy this. It works really good for keeping water off items but DO NOT PUT THIS ON YOUR SHOES! I have a pair of boots that I recently bought and wanted to waterproof them. I sprayed the neverwet on. The first coat looked fine but after the second coat my black boots were blue with white splotches all over them. I am not satisfied at all.
The Paint was great. Great quality product. I used it to paint my front door, it looks great.\n\nThe Wal.Mart service, on the other hand was not satisfactory at all.\nI ordered online and was to pick it up at the store. Once I placed the order and received the confirmation email that it was ready for pick up. I drove down to the store.\n\nOnce I got to the store, the employees seemed confused as to what exactly I was there for and I ended up waiting 45 min. for my product to arrive, I could have gone to the paint department and purchased this product on my own and avoided the conveniance of the whole site to store thing.\nI was busy, I didn't have time to wait in line for this product, but I think I ended up waiting maybe longer. Finally one of the front end managers showed up to help me, by this time there was a line behind me for others coming to pickup their items as we.
I spray painted a old lamp (using gray primer first) and it came out amazing the silver comes out a nice smooth metallic like it says, and my lamp shines like I bought it from a store.\n\nI've also used this silver spray paint to go over a gold picture frame and wood surfaces and it worked just as well.
I used this finish on small wood furniture projects and found it to give an excellent final finish with one or two coats over sanding sealer. Much easier to use and gives a smoother finish than brushing on the finish.
Paint outdoor, wrought iron furniture, almost every season. Furniture is seven years old. This year painted underside, too. Took four cans to spray 2-3 coats on 4 chairs, table, swing, two end tables. Am 68 and handicapped. Took two days. If I can do it, any one can. Easy, no clean up, no priming, just put on your gloves and spray. Covers\/neutralizes rust well, does an excellent job, easily. Is great for wrought iron furniture that sits in the elements with no protection. Love my furniture, love this paint.
I use hammer paint for all kinds of things ( candle sticks, light fixtures. planters, knobs, etc. ) but I normally buy in spray. The problem is that is dificult to use indoors so I tried the actual paint. Very satisfied. Same effect as the spray.
Absolutely beautiful, very authentic dark walnut brown color. Perfect fast fix for lovers of dark wood if you would rather not get into stripping and staining. Best dark walnut brown I have found so far. Is also lovely on metal for a deep bronzed look without the metallic. Rustoleum brand lives up to it's name. With proper use on clean object this paint stays on a long time even on outdoor items. (For outdoor I would still recommend a good prime and seal for maximum durability.)
I needed a rust inhibiting paint close to the old Plymouth Petty Blue color which was not available except in a large cost prohibitive quantity at a paint store. I found this Maui Blue color at Wal-Mart on-line and had it sent to the store. This Rust-Oleum sprayed on smoothly and looks great. Just make sure to shake can before each use and I sprayed lightly, 2 coats.
If you have to use a can of spray paint you absolutely need to get this spray grip! It makes it so much easier, especially if you have arthritis in your hands. Instead of using one finger to hold the spray button down you use two fingers to grip the trigger. The bonus is that it keeps your hands clean. I highly recommend this product.