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8 reviews | 4 out of 5
Great product for a good price.
Used this to paint two chairs I found in a dumpster. Wow, what an easy application and quick stable drying. I have used lots of spray paint but this product is one of the best. I used the Ivy and it was really vibrant and rich.
Creates a nice finish. Dries relatively quickly under proper conditions. It's the best price I've been able to find. The only con is that every 10 - 15 cans you get a bad one the won't spray but I've found that to be the norm with most spray cans.
I repainted our cheap-o gas grill which had faded in the sun to kind of a dingy grey color. It really looked great when I repainted it, nearly brand new again, which was quite fantastic. It was really easy to spray on and quick drying. I only sprayed areas that did not get hot so just the doors and side table areas. The top areas that got hot were chrome anyway so it looked fine to do this.
The color lasted for about a year until it faded once again. So I'm kind of mixed on how I feel about it. I guess I shouldn't expect it to last forever since the original paint work surely didn't. I was just hoping that it wouldn't have faded in only a year. This time we didn't have it in direct sunlight, we had moved it to a more shaded covered area where it was not directly in the elements.
Seeing how the process was simple and this product is not too expensive I guess I can just continue redoing the process every year.
I have been using this product for some years now. I was so glad to obtain it on line at Walmart but I would have liked to get it from my local walmart
Rust-oleum does what it promises. Easy to use, and effective.
The rustoleum paint did what it was supposed to do. It is too early yet to find out if it holds up to the weather...heat, cold, snow and rain.
First, I can't understand how Krylon can make paint that dries to the touch in 15 minutes but Rustoleum takes 3 days to reach that point.
Second, I prepped, primed, and painted a mailbox, taking my time and doing it just like I would an automotive application, and after 2 months it was almost done until the clear I put on top of this (American Accents 2x, also garbage) decided to crinkle for no reason. I buffed it out as best I could, but when I rinsed the compound dust off with warm water the Stops Rust underneath peeled off like cheap dollar store paint.
I will stick with Krylon, which I used on metal art that had been outside for 2 years without a single peel.