Krylon Dual Superbond Paint + Primer Flat Black Spray Paint, 12-Oz

Walmart # 1213773

Krylon Dual Superbond Paint + Primer Flat Black Spray Paint, 12-Oz

Walmart # 1213773
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  • Spray paint for plastic
  • Spray paint for metal
  • Black Spray Paint
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  • Spray paint for plastic
  • Spray paint for metal
  • Black Spray Paint
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    Does not bond to expanded PVC sheets

    I am unhappy with Krylon Dual Superbond. I sprayed it onto clean white expanded PVC material. It went on very nicely and evenly. Looked great. But... the dried paint scratches off the surface very easily. "Superbond" it is not. I am using the 8818 Gloss Smoke Gray. Now I have to scratch off all the paint and start over. About 4 sq feet of it. I would gladly have used the Fusion in Pewter Gray but that is not available in the five stores that I checked in Orlando. The Fusion black is available here and I used that for another application, also on expanded PVC. That paint bonded very nicely but it took four or five coats to get a good black. In a separate complaint, I find that the Search box on your krylon.com web page is useless: it always returns a "not found" result. Even when I type in a search phrase copied from a page that I am looking at. It will not find "Fusion", "Fusion for Plastic", "Dual", "Dual Superbond", etc. Useless. Sad. Very Sad. (To quote someone)

    Just kept getting worse - Bad bad bad

    I tried to use both the Gloss Black and Gloss Clear on a project which has a plastic substrate, I am an experienced painter and followed the directions as I always do. The color coats did not come out well at all the first time, so I figured it was my error, so I sanded down after 2 days and tried again with the same result. Where the paint did flow out it was dull and not very glossy, and in other patches the finish was rough as if it was a dry spray, but it had definitely gone on wet. So, I decided to color wet sand and add the clear to hopefully salvage the finish. After another 2 days and getting the color coat sanded reasonably smooth for a gloss coat I used the Dual Gloss Clear. Immediately, using light coats as directed, the finish wrinkled as if the solvents are not compatible. The project is nearly ruined at this point so my next task is to strip the finish completely and try a different product. I will NOT be buying any Krylon products in the future, an afternoon paint job has turned into a week long nightmare... hopefully it will be over soon once I switch products.
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