Model # 260737

Internet #204707458

Rust-Oleum Automotive 12 oz. White Sandable Primer Spray Paint (6-Pack)
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Rust-Oleum Automotive

12 oz. White Sandable Primer Spray Paint (6-Pack)

$2003 /case
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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum Automotive 12 oz. White Sandable Primer Spray (Case of 6) provides a tough, rust-inhibitive base for most automotive lacquers and enamels. Bonds to coated surface, improves top coat adhesion and sands smooth for the ultimate finish. Works on metal, wood and fiberglass surfaces.

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  • Provides ideal bonding for a topcoat on auto body surfaces
  • Fast drying
  • Stops rust formula
  • Wet and dry sandable
  • Features an any-angle spray with a comfort tip for a professional appearance
  • Do not apply to surfaces that exceed 200°F

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
12 OZ-Ounce
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
10

Details

Aerosol / NonAerosol
Aerosol
Coating Product Category
Primer
Color Family
Grays
Color/Finish
Gray
Dry to touch (min.)
10
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Number per Package
6
Paint/Stain Base Material
Oil
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Mineral Spirits
Paint/Stain Key Features
No additional features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Primer
Primer Purpose
Color Changing
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Flat/Matte
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Fiberglass,Metal,Wood
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

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Customer Questions & Answers

can I buy just one can?

can I buy just one can?
Asked by: laura
We can help you! This particular product is only available in case quantities. The reason online products are sold by the case is for shipping purposes. In many instances, including this one with Rust-Oleum Automotive Sandable Primer Spray, items must be shipped by case quantities. For this reason, when purchasing items online, they must be purchased in this way. For individual cans, we recommend visiting your local Home Depot store to see if they have the product in stock.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-07-31
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Customer Reviews

12 oz. White Sandable Primer Spray Paint (6-Pack) is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I've used better paint and delivery system is pathetic I have a 6X10 cargo trailer I use to haul my race bike to race weekends and I use the trailer as a camper when I get there. The trailer was originally black but when you're in 100+ temps with sun beating down on black it gets HOT! The plan was to rattle can it white for the reflective properties and over the winter come back and have it wrapped in team and sponsor livery. The key being you don't want something that won't stick so I looked for a white primer like this so I didn't have to do gray, then a white top coat. I should preface any further comments with the fact I have used rattle cans for primer/base coats on more things that I can remember over the last 3ish decades. It's all about the prep with consistent flow of paint and motion. I've often had people ask me both teach them now I do it or do it for them. Ultimately, it's just patience and not having a poor delivery system. After using 8 of 12 purchased cans, these things become unpredictable once the can reaches half empty. They might spit or not deliver paint at all for a few seconds. I had to take to doing circles which makes the coverage inconsistent. The button pressure needed is quite stiff enough that I went and bought some of those comfort grip caps Rust_Oleum makes which marginally helped. The amount of surface area these 12oz cans will cover is pathetic, the spray pattern is so narrow that you get about 1.5 inch stripe when you're holding about 6 inches away (any closer and you're just going to create a map of rivers from the runs) from the target material and the paint runs consistently runs. These reasons make the coverage pretty pathetic. Just to make sure it wasn't something I was doing differently with my technique that I've honed over the years, I grabbed an older can of "store brand" gray primer I had on the shelf. Granted it was a 15oz can, but it covered more than twice the area of these 12oz cans with no runs and coverage was much better to the point that you couldn't see any discolored areas that I did with this product. Being the narrow things down to find the exact problem kind of guy I am, I turned around and bought a can of dark gray primer from Rust-Oleum and in the defense of this paint, some of the problems are with the nozzle (as you might expect) but some of them are the consistency of the paint sprayed. But on the flip side, the dark gray was actually black. I have 4 more of these cans left that I'm most likely going to throw away. Unless it's something I literally do not care about (why would I be doing it then?) then I won't be using these cans. I really feel that Rust-Oleum has apparently lost its way over the last few years. It's highly unlikely I'll ever buy any more of their paint as this feels kind of like the straw that broke the proverbial camel's back.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GOOD PRIMER This primer covers well. White is a good color for light top coats.
Date published: 2015-12-22
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