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Rust-Oleum FlexiDip 11 oz. Black Spray Paint (6-Pack)

Rust-Oleum FlexiDip

11 oz. Black Spray Paint (6-Pack)

  • Provides a smooth, soft touch matte finish
  • Use to customize vehicles or home accessories
  • Remove with ease after 3 months and create another look
$35.87 /case

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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum FlexiDip 11 oz. Black Spray Paint (Case of 6) is a multi-use rubberized coating designed to give extra comfort to users of items while providing protection. This unique coating can be applied to virtually any surface and later removed with ease. FlexiDip provides functional performance with customized decorative appeal.

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  • Multi-use, durable and removable coating that works on metal, plastic, glass and tight grained wood, will also work on porous items as long as removing the coating is not the intent
  • Soft-touch for comfortable and controlled grip on tools and home accessories
  • Great for vehicles (wheel rims, front grills, interior consoles, hoods, bumpers), tools, home accessories and more
  • Dries to the touch in 30 minutes
  • Apply first coat of product lightly with 50% coverage and build coverage with 4 to 5 even coats
  • Wait 5 to 10 minutes between coats
  • Withstands exposure to elements including snow, rain, sleet and more
  • Does not crack or become brittle in harsh conditions and retains optimal performance
  • Vehicles can be washed in automatic car washes; hand wash decorative items and allow product to cure 24 hours prior to washing
  • To remove, slowly rub edge of coating until it begins to peel, coating should start to come off in large pieces
  • For easiest removal, remove from items exposed to UV rays within 3 months, for interior use items, coating can be removed at any time easily
  • Top coat with FlexiDip glossifier spray for an intense glossy finish and additional protection
  • Top Uses For FlexiDip:

    rust-oleum Flexi dip stops rust

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this work on a wood surface?

I'm building a wooden puppy playpen made and would like something to coat the wood so its an easier cleanup.
Asked by: RayJ
Happy to help! Rust-Oleum Flexidip is a temporary coating and should not be used on a surface that would be subjected to wear and tear. With the puppy in the playpen, there's a good chance that the product could peel if it's scratched at. Instead, use Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Protective Enamel.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-10-01

Can I use in a plastic form pond? Will it harm the fish?

Asked by: Hollyeoodbrown
No, Rust-Oleum FlexiDip is not designed for surfaces that will be continuously submerged such as the plastic pond.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-03-08

How do I keep my rims clean?

I have used the Black Flexidip spray on my rims and they obviously have gotten dirty and lost its initial black colour over time. How do I clean and/or maintain its original black colour?
Asked by: hdcustomer
They offer a clear coat to add protection and gloss to the finish. I would clean your wheels well, re-apply 2 fresh light coats of black, then apply 2-3 coats of gloss.
Answered by: Andy
Date published: 2016-12-02

What can i put over this to make it shiny black?

Asked by: Savon
They offer a clear-coat product. 1-2 light coats over this will give it added protection and a nice shine.
Answered by: Andy
Date published: 2016-03-26
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Customer Reviews

11 oz. Black Spray Paint (6-Pack) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 58.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice cover This paint covers nicely and appears to have good adhesion . I used this on a set of trailer wheels , & now they look great . Don't know how long this product will hold up since I haven't used the trailer yet, but definitely cheaper than buying new wheels . If I have to touch up later no biggie .
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flexidip Usage I have used a similar product in the past, as nd thoght I eould give this a try since there was an available clear coat to go eith it. Worked great on the front of my car for winter paint protection. Anticipating easy removal in the spring.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have used both Rustoleum and PlastiDip peelable paint and Rustoleum sprays a finer mist leading... I have used both Rustoleum and PlastiDip peelable paint and Rustoleum sprays a finer mist leading to a smoother, evener finish. It also does not clog the tip like PlastiDip tends to do.
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First time using the product. Seems to be a good product to prevent slipping First time using the product. Seems to be a good product to prevent slipping
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to apply ! Great product ... Easy to apply ! Great product
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from does what its meant to I purchased 3 cans of flexidip and 2 cans of plastidip, comparing them side by side I would recommend plastidip over this product. I bought this to dip the hood of my car, with flexidip my coats dried so fast that you could see my spray lines up and down the hood even after 4 coats. I then added two coats of plastidip and the spray lines were no longer there and the hood dried as one solid piece. also when doing line work flexidip dried so fast that even after immediate masking removal after the final coat my line was jagged, (was not the case with plastidip) flexidip gets the job done but plastidip makes it easier and does it better.. clean up was also much easier with plastidip
Date published: 2014-06-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Opinion This is a tricky one...may folks on here have stated what a poor product this is. Like others have mentioned as well, if you apply the basic tenants to successfully painting (slow, multiple, light coats) you will be happy with the outcome. However, I will 2nd the comments on the drippyness and poor spray pattern of the can...but that is the can to blame and not the contents itself. The stuff is definitely thin, but that's fine by just have to spray a higher quantity of coats (and actually helps the paint build up better anyways). Cleanup of overspray was easy too. I was able to get good coverage and easy cleanup when doing my white grill spars to black. 5 coats over the course of a few hours created a great finish. It dries REALLY fast. Photo attached is before I went back over the REALLY tight edges inside the bumper but gives you an idea of the finish. It has now held up for 2 weeks, through multiple automated car washes, and 70mph+ Texas highway driving, without a SINGLE mark...I swear we are the rock-chip capital of the US so that says something. So if durability is a concern, this product has already passed some critical tests in my book. Anyhow, I would recommend this product to anyone who knows how to prep & paint. BUT because of the thin nature of the product and the not optimal spray pattern, I wouldn't recommend it to first timers.
Date published: 2016-03-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from More a Grayish black than Black Project: 2012 GMC Canyon Mission: Chrome blackout and personal touch While this product and Plastidip are on par in price, they are by no means the same product. Having used both Plastidip and Flexidip on this project (store was out and so where all the auto parts stores in 25 miles of me). Flexidip went on just as Plastidip, but Flexidip dried faster and left a smoother texture. It will be some time before I can determine which is better, but I'm putting my money on Plastidip. I just seems to have far better coverage, and after it dries seems to be more durable. As you can see in my photos, the Front bumper, Grill, Rear bumper, and name plates are all Plastidip. The door handles, wheels, and my super awesome stencil are Flexidip. Flexidip left a much smoother texture than Plastidip. I got the effect I was after, but I will probably end up redoing my wheels, and door handles with Plastidip. After using both for the first time ever, I probably would not recommend Flexidip over Plastidip. I recall seeing Plastidip on the shelves when I was in my teens, and Flexidip is a relatively new product. This leads me to believe that Rustoleum just seems to want to grab a piece of the pie. Bottom line, if your product isn't as good or better, you're going to go hungry. My 2 cents, peace and Semper Fi. Update: Home Depot servers aren't letting me upload the photos....
Date published: 2014-06-30
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