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|Product Dimensions||1.3 x 8 x 5.5 inches|
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|Item model number||K02320001|
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Krylon K02320001 Fusion For Plastic Spray Paint, Gloss White, 12 Ounce
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- The product is 12OZ GLS White spring Paint
- Elegant design and Smooth finish
- The product is manufactured in United States
- No sanding or priming
- Dries in 15 minutes or less
- Fully chip resistant after 7 days
- Bonds easily to most plastics, pvc, resin, and more
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|Color||Gloss White||White||Flat White||Flat Black|
|Item Dimensions||8 x 1.34 x 5.5 in||1.4 x 1.4 x 1 in||3 x 3 x 8 in||2.6 x 8.2 x 2.6 in|
|Size||12 Ounce||12 oz||12 Ounce||12 Ounce|
Krylon Fusion for Plastic is formulated to provide a super bond to plastic without flaking off. It is fast drying, durable and extremely universal. Ideal for glass, hard vinyl, metal, paper, wicker, wood, ceramic and plaster.
From the Manufacturer
This revolutionary no-prep, superbond Fusion for Plastic now makes painting plastic possible. Fusion makes it easier than ever to revive, restore and restyle old plastic items with a smooth finish that won't chip. This aerosol paint dries in a quick 15 minutes or less, and works great for indoor/outdoor use.
Top Customer Reviews
You stick with the darker colors. I thought the Butter Cream would drive me to huff it. The lighter colors are more powdery while the dark more slick. The result is easier coverage and both a better appearance and wear. The lighter shades create a huge cloud of powder which covers you and chips much easier defeating the entire purpose of repainting. My faves are this Navy and the Burgundy. Also good were the OSHA Orange and the school bus Yellow. The White looks very institutional, like nurses shoe's white, and was totally unappealing. I used these paints to repaint a ton of old plastic garden containers. The only ones to end up looking like something cheap from Home Depot were the white ones. We hated them so much on our patio, we donated them to our building to be used elsewhere.
Prep the surface! Just b/c it says you don't have to do too much for prep, go online and learn about prepping plastic for painting. The ones I prepped more have fared better. Also, don't expect too much. If you are reckless with them, they will scratch and chip. I was careful and am happy. However, I declined painting the plastic chairs my bldg has on the common patio, something I had planned to do. I do not think these paints, even the darker colors could withstand the abuse a plastic stacker chair endures. So, for something somewhat stationary, you shouldn't have issues.
You stick to less expensive colors. The prices fluctuate wildly from $12 for a can of White to $2.50 for a can of Burgundy and are constantly changing. Next month the White could be $3 and the Burgundy, $12. Some of the colors go far and some = 1.5 - 2 cans to get a 20" planter painted. Suddenly your cheap dress-up for a plastic planter costs $25. Add the labor + time and other materials like mask, gloves, drop cloths, it makes more sense to recycle your old ones and buy new. So try to choose cheaper colors especially at first as your learning to use it for maximum coverage etc.
So, I do recommend the product if you are willing to go the necessary distance not to be unhappy with the results.
I applied three light coats of paint according to the instructions written on the can and the results you can see for yourself. After one hour, it was okay to touch and there were no runs or cracks. I am going to let it cure for one week so that it becomes chip resistant and maybe add a clear coat for extra protection and a glossy look.
I will definitely try the other colors of Krylon Fusion that are available and I would recommend this spray paint to anyone else for all their plastic painting needs.
Just make sure you shake the can extremely well and do not shortcut this instruction as the paint will not bond to the plastic if not shaken well. I also noticed as the can got low on paint (extremely low) I began to see the paint also began to have problem bonding to the plastic.
After learning the above and completing my project I will have to say this Krylon Fusion paint is a must for any of those faded toys in the back yard or honestly changing the colors on any plastics around the house!
One last note: Depending on the project you may want to consider getting a can of clear coat for glossy finish. Krylon Fusion has low light dull gloss when dried. After applying clear gloss everything perfect!
I purchased the Satin Black which looks fine, cannot speak to color-correctness of the other colors.
Clean the area, spray multiple light coats, and most importantly take your time, and you'll end up happy with this product!