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Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch 2X 12 oz. White Gloss General Purpose Spray Paint (6-Pack)
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Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch 2X

12 oz. White Gloss General Purpose Spray Paint (6-Pack)

  • Case contains 6 canisters
  • White gloss spray paint and primer in 1
  • Dries to the touch in 20 minutes
$2322 /case

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Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch Ultra Cover 2X 12 oz. Gloss White General Purpose Spray Paint (Case of 6) delivers twice the coverage as other competitive brands. Double Cover technology provides ultimate hiding power, and is a paint and primer in one, allowing projects to be completed quickly. A great value.

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  • Interior/exterior use on wood, metal, plastic and more
  • Designed to provide long-lasting protection and durability
  • Covers up to 50 sq. ft.
  • Glossy finish provides a fresh shine to surfaces
  • Comfort-spray tip with wider finger pad reduces finger fatigue and offers 360-degree, any-angle spray technology
  • Oil-based formula contains breakthrough technology, delivers twice the coverage
  • Cleans up with mineral spirits

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Waterproof or water resistance

Asked by: loreoff
I use this paint for yard art and it never fades.
Answered by: garye9548
Date published: 2017-04-12

do you need to use a primer on bare wood before using this paint

I want to paint wicker and there is bare wood and want to know if I need to use primer first
Asked by: tominnc
You just have to keep in mind that the wood may draw the paint in and you will be able to see the grain or the knots of the wood. Cheap paint usually does not have as much pigment then paint at this coat and I would think that you would be ok overall.
Answered by: BrowneBearLLC
Date published: 2016-02-24

Can you use it on the inside top of microwave

Asked by: Butter
No, I wouldn't spray any kind of paint in a microwave.
Answered by: TwinPower
Date published: 2017-05-02

Can you use it on glass?

Asked by: Msamster
I have used it on marble and glass.
Answered by: garye9548
Date published: 2017-04-12
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12 oz. White Gloss General Purpose Spray Paint (6-Pack) is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 415.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have used this paint with success several times for one specific use. It is a good choice for p... I have used this paint with success several times for one specific use. It is a good choice for painting plastic air conditioner registers that have yellowed. The near flat finish looks good with white latex painted ceiling and it does bond well with plastic.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I was painting a desk, when I went to paint the desk the paint splattered as it left the spray no... I was painting a desk, when I went to paint the desk the paint splattered as it left the spray nozzle. I rechecked to see that the nozzle was lined up with the mark on the can and it was, still splattered. I turned the can upside down to clear the nozzle, still splattered when i tested the spray. I took the other can I purchased and the same thing happened as with the first can. Now not to happy, I went to a local True Value Hardware store and purchased two cans of Krylon and finished the job without further incident. Not sure why this happened but it certainly didn't leave me with a good impression of the product...
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from We had two louver doors to paint so decided spraypaint would be the way to go. The doors were st... We had two louver doors to paint so decided spraypaint would be the way to go. The doors were stained so we sanded them and put on two coats of Kiltz primer spray which covered well and left a smooth finish. We painted them two times but the finish was very rough. There were like little bubbles throughout. We sanded them smooth and repainted a third time but again we got the same rough finish. Now we have to sand again and paint with a brush. If we had known this we would have just painted with a brush in the first place and saved a lot of time and the six cans of spray paint. Very dissatisfied.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Results were good and product easy to use. However, disposal of the materials we used with it, s... Results were good and product easy to use. However, disposal of the materials we used with it, such a newspapers, etc. created a problem for us as we did not want to create any hazard. After several phone calls to mfg and our local waste co., we finally felt OK with how we disposed of such items. But they can be serious hazards, and I would like to recommend that HD include their own advice as to disposal when combustibles are sold. I think a lot of people do not read the small print on the container, but a printed disclosure would be very helpful at point of sale. Thanks!
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The only problem I had was that in the middle of spraying the paint changed to a grayish color. ... The only problem I had was that in the middle of spraying the paint changed to a grayish color. I think it was primer that didn’t get mixed in well while shaking the can. I shook the paint can more vigorously the second can and only got a little bit of off color at the very start of spraying. Third can was shaken up good and the first spray on a piece of cardboard to get rid of the gray tinged paint. That seemed to work. Remember to shake the can in between spraying to keep it mixed properly. other than that it worked as expected and covered the yellowed plastic.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I agree with all the responses below. This is my go to Spray paint, when it does work it will lea... I agree with all the responses below. This is my go to Spray paint, when it does work it will leave a fabulous finish and dries well (just dont over spray or it will run), that is when it works. Half of the time the nossle gets packed or whatever and spurts everywhere, making a mess causing me to sand down and start again. I usually buy in 4-6 at a time and probably 5 times a month, I buy a lot of spray paint and I am lucky if out of the 6, I get 3 empty. It is a shame I wish they would fix this problem b/c again I love this paint and love all the colors.
Date published: 2017-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I don't know what everyone is talking about below. I used this product and I'm by no means an exp... I don't know what everyone is talking about below. I used this product and I'm by no means an expert in painting. I used this on mdf after using regular paint using a brush then using a roller. It just took to long and decided to use spray paint and I am so glad I did. The job took 90% less time. I used the satin first and it wasn't quite the look I wanted so I used the semi gloss in white and am very happy with results. Didn't run smudge or anything. The secret is to lightly spray the first coat lightly sand imperfections then spray it again.
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Many cans required Although the finished product turned out nice, our two Adirondack chairs ended up costing us far more than expected because of the number of cans of paint we needed to complete the work. We had two (unfinished) polystyrene chairs to paint. The store clerk told us to buy 2 cans of paint for each chair. Well, it took three times that. Instead of four cans of paint to complete the job, we needed 12 cans total. Granted, this may be due to the type of chair surfaces, but after spending over $50 in paint, we could almost have purchased an extra chair. Be aware that much of the paint is lost in overspray and didn't cover the way we anticipated. I recommended the paint for the fact that our finished product was nice. I just don't think I will do anything like this again.
Date published: 2017-06-14
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