Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RednexToyz Good Coverage
Good coverage on most surfaces. Find that I achieve the best results through careful prep. of the surface; clean, dry & lightly sanded to about a 320grit. Spray a light "fog" coat & allow this coat to become tacky. My typical application will need 3-5 coats to achieve the best finish. I feel it should never be done with 1 heavy coat. Paint tends to sag & run if you try that. Gloss finish.
November 20, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ggmugsy No gloss to be found
This should NOT be advertised as a glossy paint. I am an experienced spray painter and there was NOTHING I could do to make this look glossy. Even sanding between coats could not produce a glossy result. If it were just not glossy, that would be one thing, but the texture isn't even. Some areas look more sandy than other areas. This paint is the worst Rustoleum product I have ever tried.
August 20, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RednexToyz Gloss, not High-Gloss
I've used a number of different colors in this line of paint. My most recent experience is with this; Berry Pink. Using to spray a plastic halloween mask for my daughter.
I've found the following to work for me: Prep, prep, prep! Prep is the key. Clean the surface first. Sand the surface (if possible) down to about a 320 grit. Clean again. Keep the surface clean till you plan on spraying. Cleaning will help to remove oils (from touching the part with your bare hands), dirt, grime, etc... Right before you spray, use a compressor or compressed gas duster to blow off the item. This will give you a better finish & not wind up with dust under the paint. Painting in an area that will be free of dust while the paint dries helps a LOT too. What cleaner to use? I prefer rubbing alcohol. If you are using this on a plastic surface, remember that some solvents may ruin plastic.
Application: I prefer to spray in the shade. I will spray on one "fog" coat & let it sit for 5-10 minutes & follow it up with another light coat. More light coats rahter than 1 or 2 heavy coats will produce the best finish. This IS a Gloss finish, not High-Gloss. I find the finish, when used on plastic, to be plenty "glossy" for my needs. I've done everything from whicker, halloween items to the dashboard panel on my boat.
October 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JohnPinky The other guy isn't as experience as he/she thinks they are.
Very excellent product and was glossy.
But seems to be always out when needed.
August 6, 2013