|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 8 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||2325|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Krylon K02325007 Fusion Spray Paint, Burgundy
|Price:||($1.06 / oz)|
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- The product is fusion, 12 oz, Burgundy, spray paint, for plastic surfaces
- Elegant design and smooth finish
- The product is manufactured in United states
- Features EZ Touch 360 degree dial spray tip
- No sanding or priming required
- Bonds easily to most plastics, PVC, resins and more
- Fast drying, fully chip resistant after 7 days
- Dry to touch in 15 minutes; dry to handle in 1 hour
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|Color||Burgundy||Black||Gloss Deep Blue||Gloss Apple Red|
|Item Dimensions||5.50 x 8.00 x 3.50 inches||74.61 x 2.61 x 7.96 inches||2.63 x 2.63 x 7.88 inches||2.63 x 2.63 x 7.88 inches|
|Size||12 Ounce||—||12 oz||12 oz|
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
The revolutionary no-prep, superbond Fusion for Plastic now makes painting plastic possible and easy. Durable and long lasting it is easy to apply and dries fast.
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My wheel covers were poorly repainted by the dealership as a part of hiding all the crap in our two-year off-lease Certified, Pre-Owned car. It started to peel right away. Also, it was a brighter silver than the factory paint. When we repainted the 2001 car with a 2013 Civic color (Blue Dyno Pearl 2) the ratty wheel covers looked particularly sad. It was actually rather tragic. I promised myself to buy some nice alloy rims. And then I ran out of money for this project. So I decided to refinish the plastic covers that came on the steelies. (I painted the rims, too, but with a different pant, of course.) The long and the short of it is that I actually like these things now, so what was to be an inexpensive way to get by until alloy rims could be bought have now moved the rims to the "whenever I get to them" type of purchase. The repainted rims and covers came out nice. The color was a brushed nickel, I think. I would have liked it a bit lighter, but the silver was out of stock at the time of my purchase. With the dark blue paint they look pretty good, though, so who really cares? This some excellent plastic paint if you follow the written procedures, which, again, are not like what you may be expecting. Very highly recommended!
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.
That is until today. The paint sprayed perfectly at first until it started to release tiny clumps of paint that got all over the surface of the object I was working on. I didn’t realize the issue until the paint had aready set for a couple of hours. Invested the paint in another object to see if the issue was the first object and the same results happened again. Had to scrape off the fresh layer of paint from the first object which actually damaged it in the process.
Pretty sure my spray paint was defective because like I’ve stated I prepared the object beforehand.
Top reviews from other countries
Takes a few coats to achieve full coverage and a flawless finish.