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P.S. I should have mentioned that the color does not look like the can lid. The color is much lighter and more gold or brass rather than the dark aged metal color of the lid.
Anyway, this is not so much black as a dark charcoal color. It is not a heavy metallic, but a light, very small metallic. That said, it looks very good on the bicycle I painted two-tone "black" and metallic red. The Rustoleum metallic red I used was more like a red with tiny silver metallic flakes in it than it was a metallic red. It looked good, though, especially in the sun.
After priming and painting, I wet-sanded the paint and clearcoated it with Rustoleum clear. In all cases, the paint went on well, covered well, and looked good. If you have even a little skill and paint in light coats until the final "color" coat, it is easy to get a nice job with this paint as it does not run easily. It looked very, very good.
The paint I bought was less than six dollars a can at Walmart. It seems a bit expensive here.
By the way, like all paint, it is much better to wait for low humidity days to paint if you have to paint outside because very high humidity can screw things up in multiple ways.
Edit: I have also used the red metallic, blue metallic, silver metallic, and green metallic. All of this stuff sparkles nicely in the sun. I paint many bicycles and Rustoleum gives a better shine that other spray paints I have used.
I will update this review after a year to share how it's held up...
Though I'm not big into following instructions to the letter, I did this time. I used a coarse grade sandpaper and a wire brush to remove all rust. After that, I washed the pole and ornament with Dawn and water and then rinsed it clean and allowed it to air dry in the sun. I used white rustoleum primer to cover the entire surface area. I have no idea if there is anything to this, but my niece is an artist and usually recommends using a bright white for a base coat to make colors and finishes pop. All this sounds sort of tedious, but the actual work time from sanding to base coat took about 20 minutes actual labor.
I shook the can of Antique Brass for about 90 seconds. I applied a first coat and allowed it to dry for a little over an hour. I removed any dust with a soft clean cloth and applied a second coat. End result was awesome. Complete even coverage and the actual coverage was a really nice metallic bronze that highlighted the antique features of the ornament and had a definite WOW effect. The ornament still looks great after sitting out in the elements for over three months. Best of all, the rust is gone,
My latest project are urns that will hold Christmas greenery on the front porch. Rustoleum metallic sprays are cool to use and come in a ton of neat finishes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is really, *really* not nickel-like at all. It's barely even metallic. It comes out a flat, dull gray, with none of the warmth or depth of a nickel finish.Published 9 days ago by Emily Ravenwood
This is Fantastic Spray Paint. I painted a wooden table with it & it came out beautifully!Published 28 days ago by Tracykat
Bought this thinking it'd match closer to the metal finished items in my house, because of the reviews I read. It doesn't, looks like paint :-pPublished 1 month ago by Krissy Weinstein