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Rust-Oleum Acrylic Lacquer Gloss

Walmart # 001035772

Product Highlights

  • Once dry, it can be machine or hand buffed for an even glossier appearance
  • Any-angle spray technology
  • Comfort-tip spray nozzle

About This Item

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The Rust-Oleum line of products are great for projects and are simple and easy to use.

Rust-Oleum Acrylic Lacquer Gloss, Clear:

  • Once dry, it can be machine or hand buffed for an even glossier appearance
  • Any-angle spray technology
  • Comfort-tip spray nozzle
  • Excellent adhesion
  • For indoor/outdoor use


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Instructions: . Painting Conditions: Use outdoors or in will-ventilated area such as an open garage. Use when temperature is between 50°F and 90°F (10°-32°C) and humidity is below 85% to ensure proper drying. Do not apply to surfaces that, when heated, exceed 200ºF (93ºC) or galvanized metal. Avoid spraying in very windy, dusty conditions. Cover surrounding area to protect from spray mist. Preparation: Remove loose paint and rust with a wire brush or sandpaper. Lightly sand glossy surfaces. Clean with soap and water, rinse and let dry. Priming: Use of a Rust-Oleum® Primer provides added corrosion protection, superior adhesion and hiding and is especially recommended for bare metal surfaces. Painting: Shake can vigorously for one minute after mixing ball begins to rattle. Shake often during use. Hold can 10-16" from surface and spray in a steady back-and-forth motion, slightly overlapping each stroke. Keep the can same distance from the surface. Keep the can in motion while spraying. For best appearance, apply one light coat followed by one wet coat. Note: Rust-Oleum® Acrylic Lacquer Clear features an advanced spray system that allows you to spray at any angle, even upside down for those hard to reach areas. A comfort spray tip with wider finger pad reduces fatigue caused by continuous spraying. Dry & Recoat Times based on 70°F (21°C) - 50% relative humidity. Allow more time at cooler temperatures. Dries to touch in 20 minutes, to handle in 1 hour and fully dry in 24 hours. Apply a second coat anytime after 1 hour. Allow 48 hours for full cure and before buffing or sanding.

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Gloss Clear
Manufacturer Part Number
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
2.62 x 2.62 x 7.87 Inches

Customer Reviews

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1-4 of 4 reviews

Great results for a spray paint.

This is not as precision and professional as a proper HVLP paint, with proper equipment, but it is an adequate and ideal alternative for those that can't afford, justify, or house a large compressor, painting area (misting is higher on HVLP), cleaners, and all equipment. The coating is more easily overdone, it can't go on too thick too quickly and run a little… so use sparingly your first few coats… until you get used to spray can type lacquers. However, if you remind yourself to be conservative with the layers, and plan for a few days to finish numerous THIN layers, then this product will do a great job of renewing old rust speckled metals! I used this on my 1982 Suzuki GS1100G, and I plan to get a few more cans so I can repaint the frame next (I tried it first on the triple tree, torque strut, handlebar clamps, and switch assemblies). Coating hardens nearly as durable and smooth as expensive HVLP. I am sure I am being redundant by now… the point is… if you want to repaint slightly rusted lawn/patio furniture or touch up automotive frames…etc… Maybe even try your hand at a DIY spray can paint job on a car or bike… this stuff is a good choice for the final step! P.S. Do not jump straight to paint if the project is larger than touch-up areas… you definitely HAVE to sand/strip the paintable surface, use brake cleaner spray or acetone to prep the surface, etch-prime, and THEN paint… IF you want a long lasting, smoother finished product.

Better than Expected

I'm attempting a budget resto on an old truck. This product, when prepped and applied properly, performed well over my expectations. Even coating was a cinch and achieving a highly reflective high gloss finish was easy.

Great Product

I used it on an exterior solid brass light, and it was excellent. Dries quickly. Follow instructions - not what you might expect. Apply a very light coat then a "wet" coat immediately after. The wet coat may look cloudy. Don't worry it will dry crystal clear. Just don't put it on so thick that is runs. Wait 3 days then polish with a very fine polishing compound to give a silky feel. Also I suggest a coat of car wax for further protection if being used on something to be outside.

Good stuff

pretty good stuff and has a high gloss. Painted my tailgate with it. This product has several advantages over rattle can enamel: It dries quicker, sands especially well (won't clog sandpaper or ball up like the other one does), dries harder and can be recoated anytime without worrying about lifting. One downside to it, like most lacquers, is that it goes on more watery and will run quite easily, so you either have to spray with the lightest of coats or place what you're painting in a horizontal position, if possible. It's important to spray this paint in low humidity otherwise the coat will develop a white sheen on the surface.

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1-3 of 5 questions
by BMHMarch 4, 2013

Last answer: March 8, 2013
1. We would not recommend using Rust-Oleum Acrylic Lacquer on a fiberglass surface.
by Rust-OleumSupport
2. Should be fine… but the same rules apply… make sure you have an abrasive, prepped surface before applying this to your canopy (i.e. sand it). I used this on a custom process I used on a motorcycle fuel tank… used in good, patient hands… this stuff is a GREAT project clear. I would even venture to say that someone with enough skill could use this to repair the clear on their car. Really hard when cured and just a nice sheen when applied in patient, thin coats.
by IOnlyLikeUsefulStuff
2 Answers
Last answer: March 8, 2013

by valiantdefenderJanuary 18, 2016

Last answer: January 29, 2016
1. This will work on wood.
by CommunityAnswer
1 Answer
Last answer: January 29, 2016

by AnkurSApril 30, 2015

Last answer: May 11, 2015
1. It is not recommended to use Rust-Oleum Acrylic Lacquer on leather shoes.
by Rust-OleumSupport
1 Answer
Last answer: May 11, 2015

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