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Rust-Oleum FlexiDip 11 oz. Dark Gray Spray Paint
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Rust-Oleum FlexiDip

11 oz. Dark Gray Spray Paint

$5.98 /each

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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum FlexiDip 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-snow, rain, sleet and more
  • Does not crack or become brittle in harsh conditions, retains optimal performance
  • Vehicles can be washed in automatic car washes, hand wash decorative items, 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 flexi dip 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

do you have a charcoal grey ?

good day do you have a charcoal grey ? I see you have dark silver. it is hard to relly see the color..do you have a paint chart you can send me ??
Asked by: ron
The Rust-Oleum FlexiDip does not come in a Charcoal Gray, but we do offer a color called Graphite which comes close. At this time we do not have a paint chart, but we have attached a link for you to view the colors. http://www.rustoleum.com/product-catalog/consumer-brands/flexidip/flexidip
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2015-09-22

does it come in white

does Flexi Dip come in white paint
Asked by: realness46
Yes! Rust-Oleum Stops Rust FlexiDip is available in a variety of colors including Matte White! http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-FlexiDip-11-oz-White-Spray-Paint-276290/204726053
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-10-21
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Customer Reviews

11 oz. Dark Gray Spray Paint is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great! Works as well as plasti-dip, and the price is right. Being able to pick it up down the street at my local Home Depot is a plus if I need more. Go on YouTube to see how to use it.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plastic dip 2.0 This stuff works just as well as PLASTI DIP I uses it on rubber and plastic and works great
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works as describes, but hard to find a use This is an interesting product, but I feel that it is in search for a use. It sprays on easily and evenly. After 4 coats there is a good layer of a rubberized coating. It is sort of like the rubber dipped handles on wrenches. I tried it out on my crescent wrench. It made a good layer, but it was pretty easy to wear off. Once it starts to peal, it all comes off. So back to my initial comment, I don't feel this product has much use. Meaning, I would not take the time to prep and paint something, if the coating isn't meant to last. It may be good for changing the look of your car, but I still feel that's a lot of work to put in. I think this product would be better if the rubber coating was more permanent.
Date published: 2014-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worked perfectly to keep the chalk line in place so the contractors could work together in peace. Trying to complete project on a dead line, multi contractors on site. One contractor would pop a chalk line and another would walk all over the line which would erase the line. Actually used the CLEAR paint to seal the chalk line down. Creating much needed peace, so everyone could get down to the business at hand.
Date published: 2015-09-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not that great. This stuff is getting popular. I watched several Youtube videos of how to use. Easy to apply, and that's a needed thing because you will find yourself doing a lot of touch up. This brand is not as durable as I had hoped for. Next time I will opt for the regular Plasti Dip brand. Hopefully it will perform better.
Date published: 2015-07-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Several coats Lets start out by me saying that I wont bash a product just because it doesn't work for what I was trying to do.I have a tendency to come up with some off the wall ideas and they dont always work out as intended. The Idea was to spray the underside of a lawnmower to prevent rust and grass sticking to the bottom of the mower and to prevent rust from forming.It took several coats to get the coverage needed and it looked great.I can see where it will be a great product for all kinds of uses and It works well and dries fast.But for this project I just wasnt thinking.Anyways between the twigs and the small rocks thrown around under the mower deck it didn't last long,but remember paint doesn't do so well either.So live and learn and use it under less extreme conditions and it should work well for you,It does for me.
Date published: 2014-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use it on my tools My research revealed that the majority of shoppers who buy this product use it on their cars. They recolor their wheels, bumpers and even their interiors. I like my car the way it is but I found out that Rustoleum Flexidip works great on tool handles. They recommend 3 to 4 coats but I do 8 coats to be sure the handle is shock-proof since I do a lot of electrical work. I'm sure as time goes on I'll find more uses for a removable rubberized coating.
Date published: 2014-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes Slippery Stuff Sticky (That's a good thing) The intended use for this stuff is tool handles and other things that you need to be able to grip. I didn't have any screwdrivers or pliers that needed to be a bit more sticky in the hand, but I do have an I-pad, and I find the darrn thing is constantly jumping out of my hand, the case is just too smooth and slippery. FLEXI DIP to the RESCUE I was reluctant to just squirt the back of my I-pad with this stuff, but after dropping it too many times, thinking about it for a couple of months, and letting the warranty expire, I masked off the back, leaving a couple of ovals in good position for my fingers, and let fly with the Flexidip dip. Now I have a couple of grippy pads on the back of my I-pad, which are not as neatly applied as I would like...learning curve and all y'know...Still, it works and the next time I'll do a neater job. Now Flexidip is actually made to stick to steel and wood, and I tried a couple of test shots on those materials with good success. However, on the highly "slickified" surface of the I-pad's case, I think it is going to peel off in a few months. I need to figure out a way to apply it in a layer that is thick and spongy in the middle and flares out to paper thin at the edges because I tend to absentmindedly worry it with my fingers. Still, great stuff. I just need to experiment with it a bit more.
Date published: 2014-10-22
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