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Rust-Oleum Specialty 12 oz. Almond Appliance Epoxy

Rust-Oleum Specialty

12 oz. Almond Appliance Epoxy

$3.76 /each

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Product Overview

The Rust-Oleum Specialty 12 oz. Aerosol Epoxy is specifically formulated for use on indoor metal surfaces. It comes in a glossy color that provides a smooth, washable surface for appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers, laundry machines and more. The epoxy dries to the touch in 2 hours for use indoors, and the 12 oz. can works on areas up to 15 sq. ft.

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  • Tough, durable epoxy coating is formulated for the special needs of appliances, cabinets and other indoor metal applications, for use on indoor metal surfaces
  • Superior abrasion and scratch-resistance
  • Washable and moisture resistant finish and dries to the touch in as little as 2 hours
  • One 12 oz. can provides up to 15 sq. ft. of coverage; no primer needed fo application
  • Self-leveling formula for a smooth, factory-like finish
  • Gloss finish
  • Provides a washable, moisture-resistant surface
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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Customer Questions & Answers

Painting over an old 'plastic' tub/shower wall insert.

Have an old vacation trailer with serviceable tub/shower insert surround. Wife want's a new color. I want 'cheap' fix. We only use it a few months per year. After painting I'll recaulk with 100% silicone.
Asked by: Ron
This is not made for the use you describe. If you decide to paint it with this, just figure that you will be painting it again. If it is just used occasionally, this might be OK.
Answered by: Hawk
Date published: 2017-02-02

No one has almond or bisque colored washer and dryers, so to replace mine I thought I would buy n...

No one has almond or bisque colored washer and dryers, so to replace mine I thought I would buy new white ones and use your appliance epoxy spray paint. I am concerned that the reviews are mixed using this product, with uneven coverage or not a smooth finish. Can a like-new appliace finish be acquired with this product? I am also wondering if this paint will hold up to the mild heat the exterior cabinet of the dryer would have when in operation. Could the inside of the lid of the wash machine also be sprayed and hold up being exposed to water and suds? Does this paint hold up/durable to not be scratched off say a laundry basket is moved on top of the appliance? I'm a senior woman that can't afford to mess this up and would greatly appreciate your honest opinion and direction on this matter. Most Sincerely- GM
Asked by: GM
Thank you for reaching out! To help ensure an even and smooth finish, it is essential to follow all prep and application instructions. The surface needs to be clean and dry at the time of application, glossy surfaces will also need to be lightly sanded. Your application should be done in a well-ventilated area where there is not a lot of wind or dust. It will be important to thoroughly shake the can prior to application, as well as often to help ensure that there is no settled pigment. The can needs to be held upright 12-16" from the surface and sprayed in a steady back and forth motion, slightly overlapping each stroke. We recommend keeping the can in motion while spraying and applying light even coats a few minutes apart. We do not recommend this product for use on the interior or a washer or dryer due to the high humidity and exposure to water. The coating will not hold up to this type of environment. Once fully cured, our Appliance Epoxy Spray will provide a hard and durable finish.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-02-03

Can this product be used I'd wooden cabinets and doors?

Asked by: SkinnyGirl
You would probably need to use a good primer. This is a high gloss paint, like the new paint on an appliance or a car. I don't know if the finish would look appropriate on wood.
Answered by: Hawk
Date published: 2017-02-02

I am unable to move appliance outdoors, to avoid overspray can this be applied to a sponge brush?

Asked by: CondoOwner
This is in a spray can. You may want to use rustoleum paint in a can. I would use a high quality brush, but a sponge brush might work. Try it on a place that you can not normally see, and determine if you like the results. You may want to thin it a little.
Answered by: Hawk
Date published: 2017-02-02
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Customer Reviews

12 oz. Almond Appliance Epoxy is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dryer looks like new! I have an older dryer that the paint was scratched, faded, and chalky. I used the "Biscuit" color, which is a popular color now. I cleaned the cabinet with scouring powder and a green scrub pad, then used lacquer thinner to give it a final cleaning. I did some sanding on rough areas. I used about one and a half cans to paint it. It is a heavy body paint and does not run as easily as other brands. It is important to move the can in an even motion keeping a constant distance from the surface. Overlap the spray by at least 1/3. The dryer looks great now. One thing I did was give the dryer a very light coat and let it dry for 5 minutes before spraying the final coat. It helps the paint stick better. The paint is even and very shiny. If you are careful, and apply it properly, you will get a good finish. I painted the dryer in the back yard, so overspray was not a problem. Great price too!
Date published: 2015-05-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from More trouble than it should be This paint is very different than most spray paints. It comes out in a heavy mist but hardly covers the appliance you are spraying. It creates a huge thick cloud worse than normal. Directions suggest an open garage. Everything in the garage with have over spray no matter how far away and it will not come off. After several cans the appliance looks like it came that color from the factory until you stop and look at it from the sides. The finish is very uneven. Parts are glossy, parts are flat. I don't see why you can't use a can of Satin paint that is cheaper, applies better, less over spray and over spray that can be wiped clean, and an even coat. I now have to figure out how i am going to even out the finish. I tried sanding and putting another light coat with same botchy finish.
Date published: 2010-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works well and easy to apply....
Date published: 2010-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for bicycle frames - be patient for dry time! I have used this product on two bicycle frames and both times it offered good, thick coverage. You must follow the directions and allow for the long dry time (24 hours) for a perfect result; otherwise, it will not work. Durable enough to use on off-road bicycles.
Date published: 2014-07-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Do not use on wood. This product was recommended to me by a Home Depot Paint Associate for use on some old wooden cabinets. Unfortunately, I took his advice and tried it. According to the info on the can, and the associate's comments, I figured that 2 cans should do the job. I bought an extra can, in order to paint a couple of shelves to match the cabinets. I prepared the shelves first, and painted them outside. It took several coats to get even coverage (over dry, sanded primer), and the resulting coating is extremely uneven & rough. It took all 3 cans just to cover the 2 shelves and 4 shelf brackets. I waited several days for it to dry, and started lightly hand sanding with 150-grit paper to smooth out the rough finish. After lightly sanding a small section, I noticed that the primer was showing through part of it. So now I have to get another can just to try to even out the color. Hopefully, it will apply more evenly now that there is a layer of epoxy already down. I have painted similar shelves in the past with regular spray paint, and gotten much better results (with much less paint and much less hassle). The metal shelf brackets actually came out pretty nice, so this stuff may actually be worth trying on metal surfaces (as it was meant to be used for), but I will never again use it on wood, and definitely will not use it on the cabinets I originally bought it for.
Date published: 2013-09-03
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