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Simply Spray Upholstery Fabric Spray Paint Black Dries Soft

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  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B000Z0GUMC
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #330,201 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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VERY excited that this worked sooo well!
Sheryl A. Ross
There was very little paint in each can and some cans sprayed paint while others simply squirted paint.
LaurieG
Tried it on a black convertible headliner that was faded in parts by sun to gray.
RAZ

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224 of 226 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Green on April 3, 2010
My parents gave me a black sectional sofa that is approximately 25 years old. It was horribly faded to some ugly purplish color. I refused to use this sofa in that condition, so I looked for a restoration method. It is very difficult to find a slip cover for a sectional sofa, and when I did find one, it was extremely expensive. I then thought to myself "I wonder if they have a spray paint for furniture?". Sure enough, they did, and I stumbled across this Upholstery Spray Paint.

I read the reviews from as many sources as possible. The main complaints I saw were:
1. The paint takes a few days to totally dry.
2. You need a fair amount of paint.
3. The paint runs and drips a bit.

Having seen these complaints, and knowing my situation, I figured I could deal with all of these caveats. The time to dry and the paint running was not an issue since I was painting a couch on a tarp in my attic rather than a car seat. I made sure to order plenty (I ordered a 12 can package, from the manufacturer). I found a discount code online and between the code and the quantity I ordered I got free shipping and the total cost was $107. That is vs the nearly $1000 I probably would have paid to have the couch re-upholstered.

But, does it actually work?

YES, it does!

I was a bit worried about the material of this sofa since it wasn't as soft a fabric as other couches I've sat on. I was afraid perhaps the paint wouldn't soak into the material, especially because the manufacturer's site warns about this. I went ahead with it anyway, and it worked just fine.

I have completed two of the three sections that I plan on using and have only used 6 cans (I anticipated using 12 for the whole project).
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Emmanuel A. Itier on February 4, 2010
I can't believe the so-so reviews on this... so obvious it's a competitor writing the negative comments-uggh- spam. Anyway, I used it to cover a victorian loveseat- it had pet stains on it and was looking gross in general, so i decided to spray it with this paint. I chose a hot pink color (the color was white before). It took me a an afternoon and about 5 cans of spray paint. I was so happy I finally covered all the stains AND got to color it a cool color. It's been a few months and it hasn't faded, color doesn't wipe off or transfer onto clothes and best of all- it transformed the decor in the room... I am looking to do this to a few of my other old furniture, but am waiting to until the colors wear out a little bit more. My cats aren't even phased by the loveseat- they sit and sleep on the loveseat as if nothing was done to their favorite piece of furniture. Long story- short: This is stuff ROCKS!
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159 of 180 people found the following review helpful By B. Lee on April 17, 2009
What can I say. I bought one of these and its not as great as it sounds.

I got one of these and one of the Dupli-Color High Performance Vinyl & Fabric Spray - Flat Black (the Simply Spray one was black too).

According to the Simply Spray website, the paint is great for car seats. I did my passenger seat in the Simply Spray stuff and the driver's seat in the dupli-color stuff.

Simply Spray:
-Easier to clean off of stuff you get over spray on
-Difficult to get a consistent spray
-It must soak into the seats, you use a lot more because of this
-You have to rub it into the seat getting a mess of it on your hands and arms
-The spay top is like a can of compressed air
-It causes drips a lot, but is not a problem because your spaying it on fabric, so it will soak up
-Takes 72 hours to dry (now you know why I used it on the passenger's seat)
-$11.99 per 8oz can

Dupli-Color:
-Much easier to spray
-Keeps a consistent layer
-You do not use as much paint
-You need to shake the can for more than a minute to ensure it gets a proper color
-Smells bad (like spray paint)
-Takes 24 hours to dry
-$7.99 per 11oz can

Be warned, if you live in a cold climate, these require the temperature to be at least 70 degrees (F). If you live in a hot climate, they should not be used in temperatures above 90 degrees (F).
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Sheryl A. Ross on March 24, 2011
My project was the "perfect storm" for this product.....a Baker (VERY expensive) faded (VERY faded) black damask stripe sofa. There are several reasons this product worked perfectly for me. (1) the fabric was smooth (no velvet, etc.) (2) I was RESTORING the color, not changing it...badly faded areas were virtually light grey/brownish grey...awful! (3)the piece was already clean and fabric was damage-free. A full length (probably 7' long) sofa took 5 cans of spray to do ..I have one remaining to save for "touch ups" should the need arise. I read about the drips, but that is easily resolved...wear latex gloves (like those Costco sells a gazillion for a nickel)..spray and wipe...That way you can see where it is being absorbed and distribution is even. Although water soluable, I didn't have to wash my hands after and application was smooth and easy and I was able to wipe up any overspray from the garage floor with a paper towel and windex. I did have to spray a second time on those areas that were lightest, but the best part is that you cannot tell that it has been dyed NOR are there areas where you can see where the dye stopped and the original remaining black color began. VERY excited that this worked sooo well! My $20 thrift store find now looks like the original thousands of dollars sofa it once was.
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