|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 2.7 x 2.7 inches|
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|Item model number||7212830|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Rust-Oleum 7212830 Hammered Metal Finish Spray, Light Blue, 12-Ounce
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My 37 year old Toyota Corolla station wagon had lots of rust spots too, so I sanded those down, not to bare metal, but almost there. The day of the painting, I started by wiping the whole car down with mineral spirits. Then I got the car all taped up with Blue Tape and masking paper, that took about 5 hours (I was painting the wheels too).
I was really curious as to whether the paint would actually cover all the rust spots without using primer first. I bought 8 cans of the paint and ended up getting about 1 coat per can.
By the way, if you're going to try to paint your car with canned spray paint (or use a lot of cans for any project), do yourself a favor (like I did) and buy the Rustoleum Comfort Grip. It's just a little plastic handle thing that fits over the top of the can and has a lever that you squeeze to activate the nozzle. It's definitely worth a few dollars for how easy it makes using spray cans.
So,how did the paint do? It looks great. I used 7 cans, light coats each time, and it slowly but surely built up to a very nice looking finish. I didn't have any problems with clogging, and was able to use each can fully. I'll try to add some before and after photos. It really did cover the rust spots. It might have looked better with a coat of primer, but hey, I was just trying to get it to look better, and it does.
Just for your info, the Rustoleum Silver wheel paint looks exceptional too. Just be sure and use very light coats and build it up. It took less than one can for 4 wheels and I put on 6 coats.
What makes this finish so tough is that you can lay it on thick - even to the point of running - and it will dry hard as a rock.
Other spray paints, when applied too thickly, will never dry.
Note: Some people have written in their review that the paint does not leave a hammered finish. You MUST spray multiple coats and lay the paint on thickly otherwise it will not leave a hammered finish. If you spray the paint on too lightly to try and save paint, the finish will be the color you expect, but NOT a hammered finish.
Regular spray paint runs so much more easily than this product. If you are careless and spray too thick, this paint will run too, however, it is much more forgiving with regards to running than regular spray paint.
Covers well. I use two coats, first coat to get a thin coat of paint on the entire surface and the second to provide even coverage and give the full hammered effect. Keep in mind, if you recoat, as I always do, follow the instructions on the can. If you wait too long between coats, the coat(s) laid down first will wrinkle/roughen/lift.
I have used it successfully on wood, pvc and acrylic.
Love this stuff! I have used the other hammered finish colors Rustoleum offers with similar results.
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Works as well as any spray. My husband's spray paint of choice is Rustoleum.... and he has done a LOT of painting over the years.Published 1 month ago by Ann DeWitt