Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TD530 Just like new...
My old refrigerator began rusting on the front for some reason, it works great but was an eyesore. Tried another brand 1st, to no avail, it dripped down and was unsightly plus the rust began to show through. Cleaned the rust off again and sanded down the front, picked up a can of this product, removed the doors and went outdoors to spray them, waited for them to dry in about an hours time. Went on smooth, no dripping, has a nice glossy sheen, looks just like brand new. It's supposed to deter rust so I will see if it will live up to that claim over time, so far so good until then.
July 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tortugapaul Something else this will paint!
As crazy insane as this may sound I painted a car with this paint! It's true! Imagine having a car with the glossy finish of an appliance! I read an article where a man painted his model A pickup with it and was thrilled with the results, so I tried it and as the picture shows it's beautiful! The only down side is you need to put something on your fingertip to keep it from getting sore. It took about 7 cans to paint the whole car inside and out, it looks professional!
November 26, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hawk Refrigerator looks like new
Our refrigerator had some worn spots in the paint, and it was not shiny any more. It is a textured surface, which sand paper can not get in the little dips. I used a green Scotch Brite pad and scouring powder to clean and roughen the surface. I then used lacquer thinner to remove any oil or grease. I gave it a very thin coat and let it sit for 5 minutes, then gave it the final coat. The first coat partially dries and hold onto the final coat for a smoother finish and less runs. It is important to overlap the strokes by at least 1/3 and keep the can a consistent distance from the surface, using an even speed. The finish now looks at least as good as the factory paint. It took 2 cans to paint the frig. If you are careful and take your time, you will get excellent results. Great price too!!
May 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tortugapaul Great coat But Beware!!
I painted the maroon stands for my daughter's white washer and dryer it coated excellent but beware of the overspray! It really travels a long way, I painted my wife's new dark green car, my silver pickup and my Gold and black motorcycle with the overspray, not good but this was my fault I didn't know it would travel so far. So with reasonable caution you won't be disappointed!
March 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Satisfieduser Amazed
I usually don't write reviews but I had to for this product. I had a fridge that was working just fine in a rental unit. No noise or anything. The exterior had a lot of rust and grease stains from a dirty tenant. One can of this stuff and poof - right back to new again. If you're going to spray this indoors make sure the window is closed as your spraying it and use a dropcloth to catch over spray. Once you're done open the window again so it can dry. The smell will go away in a few hours.
May 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amy32 Professional work by an amature
I bought a pair of washer and dryer pedestals on Clearance, $99/each. Normally they cost $250/each, so this was a great deal. But the only color they came in was Navy Blue with Silver. I used this product to change them to white and I was more than pleased with the results. They were shiny and fresh. No gloss overspray was needed! I was so please with myself!
August 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moon The Honda Guy. This is exactly what I was looking for. LOL
I was thinking I might try to paint a car with this stuff and I was checking to see if some one else had done it. POOF, found this review,
The reason I had the idea is I had an old boat prop - 6 hp clinton. it was nicked and chipped a little so I sanded it out and got it smooth and i had the idea to paint it sos I would be able to see where it was taking the most beatings. I grabbed a can of this stuff and shot it. let it dry and put it back on the motor, took it out for a day of fishing on the lake. The motors loaded on a inflatable 11 foot raft so it goes in some pretty shallow water, I hit a few things here there is what i am getting at. when I pulled the boat out of the water i inspected the prop. I was inspecting to see the marks, damage. anything really. guess what though! it looked exactly like it did when I was finished.
This is some seriously tough stuff. I think I will try it with a mini bike frame. if that works out The bugs getting the cheapest paint job I have ever bought. LOL
January 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Captain MANY OTHER USES, GREAT FINISH
I have used this on appliances, vehicles and even a boat! Minimum 3 coats and light wet sand then high gloss clear coat looks great! Would of thought I took the boat to a professional to have it sprayed!
April 23, 2015