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Rust-Oleum 202867 Distressed Quart And Half Pint Kit, Distressed Ivory


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Distressed Ivory
  • Covers Approximately 60 to 85 sq. ft.
  • Indoor use only
  • Finish is flat
  • Good on wood, metal, plaster, masonry and unglazed ceramic
  • Excellent durability
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Rust-Oleum 202867 Distressed Quart And Half Pint Kit, Distressed Ivory + Rust-Oleum 7970802 Crackle Creations Spray, Venetian White, 12-Ounce, 2-Pack
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Color Name: Distressed Ivory
Technical Details
Part Number 202867
Item Weight2.8 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 9 x 13 inches
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Item model number202867
ColorDistressed Ivory
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB000Y8EGD0
Best Sellers Rank #18,011 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableOctober 29, 2008
  
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Product Description

Color: Distressed Ivory

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Rust-Oleum American Accents Distressed Finish Kits capture the look of casual distressed finishes. Each 2 part kit contains one quart of base coat, one half pint of top coat, sanding pad, gloves, paint brush, and idea book

Product Description

Rust-Oleum 202867 Distressed Kits, Distressed IvoryRust-Oleum American Accents Distressed Kit creates a casual distressed finish in two easy steps. Apply to wood, metal, plaster, masonry or unglazed ceramic. All-inclusive kit contains base coat, top coat, sanding pad, brush, gloves and a decorating idea book.Rust-Oleum 202867 Distressed Kits, Distressed Ivory Features: Fast-drying Cleans with soap and water Create the vintage, cottage feel and charm of distressed ivory 2-part kit includes base coat, top coat, sanding pad, gloves, paint brush and idea booklet

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Easy to use and the result is great.
Cathie Hardy
After cleaning an old wood table as recommended, I was able to use the product with great results.
B. Brown
All it does is list their other kits in other colors.
S. Frankel

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By S. Frankel on February 3, 2010
Color Name: Distressed Ivory
This kit is great for beginners who really don't know much about painting or refinishing furniture. If you are more experienced with paint, you could probably save a lot of money by buying similar products separately. The kit is expensive for what you get. With one kit I painted a large and small dresser, a bookshelf and a vanity table, and I had enough left for 1 or two more pieces. I did buy spray primer before starting though, so two layers of the paint was sufficient. I'd definitely recommend this to save on paint or you will need 4 layers or more.

The ivory is a beautiful color and goes on easily even with the less than stellar brush that comes with it. After that dries, you use the sanding sponge in the kit to "distress" edges and a few surfaces of your furniture. You can do just a little edging or you can sand a lot of corners and surfaces down for a really weathered look. Then you use the finishing coat which seems a little bit like a stain. For a lightly distressed look, wipe it off with a damp cloth while it is wet. For a more heavily distressed look, wipe the finishing coat off with a dry cloth. I loved the color of the ivory and didn't want the stain to make it a lot darker, so I used a damp cloth and was thrilled with the results.

Don't depend on the "idea kit" in the book for any real ideas. All it does is list their other kits in other colors. That aside, it's really a great kit if you wanna give a room a new look without spending a ton of money. Also great for savvy yard sale/thrift store shoppers who can look beyond poor or ugly paint jobs on a piece of furniture to see a gem underneath. Can also be used to give old picture frames a nice shabby chic look. I'd definitely use it again, but you can only have so much ivory in a house. Looking to add some color now.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By charlene Lord on April 30, 2013
Color Name: Distressed Ivory Verified Purchase
I found an old dresser and chest of drawers at an estate sale for only $55! Used this on it and made it just beautiful! When using this over dark wood though, I found out that you need to prime it first with Kilz. Doing that avoids using too many coats of ivory and if you use Kilz, you don't have to sand it. I also put polyurethane in a satin finish at the end to give it a nice sheen. That $55 bedroom set looks more like a $1,000 one now!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By okiedan TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 9, 2012
Color Name: Distressed Ivory Verified Purchase
Using three of these in the ivory color my wife transformed our built in desk ,in the kitchen, into a real work of art. Large desk with upper cabinets so that is why she needed three. I looked at five hardware stores and we could not find this product so amazon was the place to go. The durability seems fine. Have three grandsons and they have not been able to damage it yet. knock on wood.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Madison on December 27, 2013
Color Name: Distressed Ivory Verified Purchase
Awesome kit! Used it on two large end tables, and was able to put multiple coats on each. Application is easy, although I had to buy a different brush than the one provided. Overall, turned out great.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sue Mcmahon on July 10, 2013
Color Name: Distressed Heritage Blue Verified Purchase
The product is as it has always been, easy to use and provides the end result. I gave it four stars because it does not cover the area as advertised. Fortunately I ordered 2 kits and had enough to cover the project.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James G. Elwood on June 13, 2012
Color Name: Distressed Ivory Verified Purchase
I have a desk that was very well made with dovetail drawers, but needed refurbishing. The cream colored top coat came out great after buying an additional box to cover the mahogany, but then to make it look antique, forget about it. I'm back to the beginning and then some, now I have a desk with two coats of paint on it and will probably have to junk it, good bottom coat only. Maybe it might be suitable for small pieces.
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Over 50 on November 5, 2009
Color Name: Distressed Ivory Verified Purchase
First, I love the color of this paint, but it is very expensive.

I recommend going to a hardware store and buying an affordable primer (olympic latex, crescent moon interior); paint samples (whole pints) are very affordable. The wood I chose was poplar and it took five applications to coat dried poplar. Thus, it is more cost effective to apply two topcoats in lieu of five covering coats.

Additionally, this product is supposed to be sealed for durability by using a rustoleum sealer. Subtract one star for not providing this in the kit, subtract another for not identifying it on the webpage.

The distressed kits come in two varieties, a ground ship only aerosol and an air shippable quart and a pint (two container) kit. Sellers need to understand which product they are selling, the ground or air ship version; especially when the customer wants to expedite receipt.

Amazon's third party seller policy allows them to hold funds and ordering for upto 48 hours. Further, they require the seller to ship within 48 hours of Amazon's order request. If you want something expedited, do not use third party sellers. Why Amazon needs to hold up order processing is beyond my kin. It could be a cash flow advantage. Since shipping is always delayed for 3rd party orders, buy directly from the vendor. At least they are supposed to be holding your funds.

I did not use the distressed paint as I fell in love with the ivory itself. NOTE: An idea book is provided by rustoleum...not for antiquing recommendations but rather advertises other rustoleum products. Instructions for antiquing are written on the side of the paint cans. Subtract another star for providing a useless ideas manual and yet another star for the skimpy instructions provided.
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