|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||HVP105|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HVP105|
|OEM Part Number||HVP105|
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Dupli-Color HVP105 Gloss White High Performance Vinyl and Fabric Spray - 11 oz.
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After just a few days of my new interior paint job, I've noticed in areas of "higher usage" spots are beginning to fade and rub off from rubbing my leg or adjacent surfaces to the painted parts. Long story short, not cool BUT I have a fix to this, as followed:
Prior to painting the parts, after cleaned, I highly encourage using a primer that is both compatible with plastics AND a comparable color to your desired finished painted product. For example, if you are painting from light to dark, use a darker colored primer and vise versa. Why? Better coverage and more importantly, better surface adhesion to help prevent peeling and cover any harsh stains.
After painting, to protect your new paint color, I highly recommend using rustoleum brand MATTE clear coat. One light first coat and a slightly heavier top coat should do the trick. This will provide MINIMAL additional gloss without getting too much gloss like a typical clear and as previously stated, add an additional layer of protection to the surface to help aid in the prevention of "rub off". If my paint is rubbing off slightly in just a couple of days, I couldn't imagine what it would look like a year or two down the road!
rustoleum black 2x coverage primer (bonds to plastic surfaces and black because painted the parts black) 1-2 light coats
Duplicolor flat black vinyl and fabric adhesive 1 light coat 3 top coats.
Rustoleum 2x coverage MATTE (low gloss) clear coat. 2 light uniform coats.
Allow yourself plenty of time between priming and painting and painting and clear coating to avoid chemical reactions and blending of products.Read more ›
One important tip to improve coverage and cost. Use a spray bottle with water to get the fabric damp BEFORE you apply it. This will help the paint "bleed" more evenly into the fabric. Yes, it will take longer to dry, but helps for a more even coat. The steps I use are:
-Gentle rub down with fine grit sand paper
-Damp fabric with spray bottle
-Spray more water on areas that look uneven or too heavy with the paint
-Repeat for more coats
-Gentle rub down with sand paper again to get rid of that tough texture
If you are looking to redo the inside of your car or any other piece of furniture, I recommend you spend the money to get new fabric so it's done right, or go in the opposite extreme and use a mixture of latex paint with water. Yes that's right, I just said latex paint with water. I ended up painting my fabric chairs using latex paint from your local store. 1 $30 gallon was able to cover more than 10x the sqft than the spray can. It sounds crazy, but there are lots of online guides on how to use latex paint to paint fabric. The end result is, yes, it is even more rough than spray painting fabric, but it is way way cheaper and you get the exact color you want. If you are spray painting your fabric instead of buying new, chances are, you are like me and you are looking to save money and extend life.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good product overall as long as the item is not high traffic. It acts more like paint than dye as you can rub it off pretty easily.Published 6 days ago by E1034901
Was disappointed to find that the color I received was not as shown on the cap. I had sprayed it on the surface I was painting to find this out and am now stuck with two cans of... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Rebecca H.
I was disappointed in the color of the spray -- the "medium blue" is more like a medium grey (this is the case even after multiple coats and/or starting out... Read more
Used it to fix a scratch inside my truck and it worked like a charm. You can use it at varying layers to create a different gray color.Published 28 days ago by Jose
My covers on my old Bose 601 was faded so sprayed them they look good ..Did a great job..Published 28 days ago by G. Pope
Not sure what happened, but paint began spraying paint from can when I popped the lid off (apparently a crack in stem or something) leaving a trail of red paint from garage to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer
Did a good job covering some boats , but did crack very fastPublished 2 months ago by RICHARD GONZALEZ
Been using for 20 years. If you use on VYNIL it MUST BE CLEAN. If you use on carpet or fabric it needs to be slightly damp. Yes damp. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Yvonne Claro