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Rust-Oleum

Model 182720

Internet #202041126

Specialty 11 oz. Gloss White Lacquer Spray Paint (6-Pack)-DISCONTINUED

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For a high-gloss, white finish on surfaces around your home consider using the Rust-Oleum Specialty 11 oz. Gloss White Lacquer Spray Paint (6-Pack). This high-quality, oil-based formula can be used inside and outside of your home on wood, metal, plaster, masonry or unglazed ceramic surfaces. The white paint hardens to a factory-like, high-luster finish. One 11 oz. can covers up to 15 sq. ft. and dries in as little as 30 minutes.

  • High-quality specialized oil-based formula
  • For indoor and outdoor use on wood, metal, plaster, masonry or unglazed ceramics
  • Dries in as little as 30 minutes
  • One 11 oz. can covers up to 15 sq. ft.
  • Factory-like, high-gloss and luster white finish
  • Click here to see Home Depot's spray paint buying guide
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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Can the Rust-Oleum Gloss white lacquer spray paint be used on veneer finished pressed wood?

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Greetings Miki,
My name is Tom, also known as HD116 both here and at Home Depot's How to Community. I am here today assisting with some product questions and saw yours.
The answer should be yes. The existing veneer should be sanded and then multiple coats may be required to get the finish you desire. I would try simply sanding and doing a first coat to ensure the paint can adhere to the surface. If Read More
Greetings Miki,
My name is Tom, also known as HD116 both here and at Home Depot's How to Community. I am here today assisting with some product questions and saw yours.
The answer should be yes. The existing veneer should be sanded and then multiple coats may be required to get the finish you desire. I would try simply sanding and doing a first coat to ensure the paint can adhere to the surface. If not, a primer would likely be required.
Hope that helps. Read Less
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