Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by farmgirl95602 Now my 22 year old truck has a bumper that looks brand new.
I am one of the worse spray can spray painters, I can run any paint that comes in a spray can. I only managed to make a run once, wiped it off and went over the area again with the paint.
Last winter I got some rust remover because there was lots of rust on my truck's rear bumper. That was a temporary fix until warmer weather when I could sand and prep the bumper for a full paint job.
I sanded the rough, previously rusted spots smooth, reapplied the rust remover and then painted the bumper with the Rust-Oleum Automotive paint. Because some of the bumper was down to bare metal it took 3 coats. Now my 22 year old truck has a bumper that looks brand new.
June 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jimbo Enamel Gloss White Spray Paint
This paint is great on any metal surface. I use it for outdoor iron and also cement ornaments. It has a tough clear finish which protects my items from rust and the elements. And it does not crack and blister peel on the surface of the items. I use Rust-Oleum Automotive in various colors black too. I have a trailer which gets a touch-up coat yearly keeping it looking like new and protecting it from rusting. This is a great spray paint and it dries very quickly after application. The gloss finish it leaves is of course washable and adheres to the project completely. I love this product and will continue to use this paint whenever a need exists.
December 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dundee Easy to use with good coverage
This spray enamel is gloss finish. It has to be applied outside or in a well-vented garage. The recommendation is that a heavily rusted area be primed before application of the paint. You can then immediately apply the paint.The product seals out moisture and prevents rust. Glossy surfaces need to be lightly sanded first with 400-grit sandpaper. Multiple light coats are recommended rather than a heavy coat to prevent drips. You can re-coat within 2 hours or after 48 hours. The dried finish can also be buffed with wax or polish after a week. The can gives a wide spray. This is good for touch ups. It can be used on autos, trailers, RV's and other auto accessories. I used it to spray metal lawn furniture to get a smooth glossy surface. It really brightened it up so that it looks new.
May 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hootbro Good general purpose automotive white paint.
Used this on my truck bed for touch up and matched the factory paint enough to not be readily noticeable. I would not use this on an exterior touch up unless you find a hidden test spot on vehicle to check color match and to see if suitable.
Applies nicely and evenly and spray tip gets the job done.
April 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DickB Excellent Paint Coverage
I have always had good luck with any Rustoleum paint product and this 12 ounce spray can fulfilled my expectations. It had very good coverage, and the paint dried to handle in about two hours. I suggest you try this spray paint because of its excellent paint coverage and ease of use. You will not be disappointed in this paint!
April 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Toby Good paint.
Seems to be a good automotive quality paint. Color came out great and is not yellowing.
December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PaulCoMat Always a great paint
Rust-Oleum Automotive 12 oz. Enamel Gloss White Spray Paint is nice! I used this on a great little toilet seat whose white paint was wearing off and turning yellow. De-glossed first & sanded irregularities then painted. Looks great and hope to get few years more use from a great little seat. We also have smooth white floor tile that has some chips in it. I taped around the chips and have sprayed a few layers & it looks almost the same as the tile. A little whiter but definitely better than the dark chip.
December 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EricG Superior product
Many of the things I buy at HD wind up being used for ways never intended, but this time I can report a success for conventional use- repairing shopping cart rash on my car.
The areas needing touch up were both on the thin bodywork and the rubbery plastic of the bumper. In both areas paint had been scraped off, so I cleaned up both with sandpaper and a rag dipped in distilled water with a drop of dish-washing detergent. Because the weather was cold I set up a 500 watt shop light for 30 minutes to warm the work area and masked off the areas to paint.
After all the prep work, the painting was the easy part, four thin coats twenty minutes apart.
It wasn't a perfect repair because there were still some dents, but the paint made them less noticeable. I was concerned that the paint might not adhere to the bumper, but after 2 weeks it still seems sound.
January 10, 2014