It goes on nicely without drip marks. Covers well & is the perfect purple for me!
Arrives by Sun, Oct 20
In stock at San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
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Spray paint for plastic, Purple Spray Paint, Spray paint for metal
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2.61 x 2.61 x 9.51 Inches
Te secret is to always shake first before continual spraying. Once I caught on i did not get any more runs. Store leftover with the can upside down to make it easier to mix itself when you need to give your next shake. Very pleased color is beautiful (almond). I just need it at least 8oz.
On the first coat, it was as smooth as glass... As i applied the second coat it shrunk and left it all looking textured!!! why??? I'm not happy with the end results...
Been using Krylon paint for a long time. Hundreds of cans a year. I recently bought the '25% more' cans obviously thinking I'd truly get more for my money. The normal cans I was using gave me the coverage I needed in in 2 coats. So my last purchase was 5 of the 25% more cans of the same color. I'd swear the mix is different, paint is less dense, or something. Now I have to spray about 5 coats for the same coverage. So, the bottom line is, the can may be bigger but I'm covering less area. I won't buy again.
I have used Krylon for years, been a good go to spray paint. But my last five cans purchased at Walmart were inconsistent. Two were more grey in color than the other three, all labels were the same, all upc codes the same, all lids the same. Not ok. The paint is a little thinner than it used to be, but if thin lite coats are done, it turns out well on metal. The voc smell was a bit much but it did dissipate after a week or so.
I've always used Krylon, but over the years the changes that have been made especially with the formula of paint that is not as thick as it used to be. Changing the nozzle on the cans have left many running to "oleum".
If only Krylon would make the paint better and return all paint back to old nozzles would be a huge comeback.
I have a heavy plastic mannequin that I wanted to paint a more natural color. I didn't primer it but I did clean it with rubbing alcohol to make sure it was free of any dirt and oils. After spraying this the first time, the mannequin looked flawless, and that's where I now wish I'd have left it. But these get banged around quite a bit, and a second coat is necessary.
It's been almost a week since I applied the first coat. After spraying on the first pass of the second coat, areas that were a little heavier with paint (not to the point of dripping) started to crackle and bubble up. Completely dissolving the first coat. My mannequin looks like she's part lizard (no offence to lizards), and everything is ruined.
Now I will have to spend hours cleaning off all the paint with mineral spirits, and start completely over. So much time down the drain. Disappointed doesn't come close.
Thanks Krylon. Nowhere could I find any warnings that this can happen.
I've never seen a need to review a spray paint but this one was so BAD I felt I needed to. Sprayed a can of "25% More, No Runs, No Drips, No Errors" in Satin Burgundy. I have been using Krylon here and there through out the years and never had paint that runs this bad. Sprayed some pine in a ultra light coat (I could still see wood) so that it was only misting paint on. Was MUCH lighter than cap was too, more of a dark cherry/cranberry color on coat 3. This is going to require probably 6+ coats to get even close to the darkness of the cap, still not sure if it will get that close. This is also the most transparent Paint+Primer I have ever used, I can still see wood grain clearly after 3 coats. I would 100% NEVER suggest this to anyone unless it was free, even then I would tell them to use anything else first. Sorry Krylon, this product does not hold up to even decent standards.This might be the end of me ever buying Krylon again.
The image provided is 3 light coats over 3 hours.
I was very disappointed with this product. I used the semi gloss white, satin hunter green and gloss banner red. After shaking on a paint shaker it was almost impossible to spray without runs. Very poor finish, and I have been using Krylon for years. It will ruin your project.
This product is awful. Even spraying White over an Antique White base took SEVERAL thick coats just to cover the Antique White. Good luck if you have a deep color or black. Will avoid from now on and will advise others to as well. 25% more paint thinner I think is what they did.
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