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Rust-Oleum Specialty 6 oz. Mirror Finish Spray Paint
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Rust-Oleum Specialty

6 oz. Mirror Finish Spray Paint

  • Create a mirror like object out of glass or acrylic surfaces
  • Spray reverse side of objects to create effect
  • Use 2X Flat Black over Mirror Paint to increase reflectivity
$847 /each
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Product Overview

The Rust-Oleum Specialty 6 oz. Mirror Effect Spray makes it easy to transform glass and acrylic glass into a reflective mirror-like surface. Unique, slender can allows for easy handling. Simple, one step application dries quickly right before your eyes and provides superior durability.

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  • Ideal for glass vases, candle holders, framed glass, jars and tabletops, designed to work on ordinary glass and acrylic glass surfaces
  • Oil-based formula provides a durable, long lasting finish, dries in 10 minutes
  • Glossy finish provides a mirror-like look to any glass or acrylic glass item
  • 6 oz. can provides coverage for up to 4 sq. ft.
  • Spray anyway technology with a comfort tip for easy spraying at any angle
  • Spray on the reverse side or opposite side of glass item
  • Cleans-up with mineral spirits
  • For added protection add a thin coat of ultra cover 2x matte clear to the painted side
  • For enhanced reflectivity, add a thick coat of ultra cover 2x flat black to the painted side

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
6 OZ-Ounce
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
8

Details

Aerosol / NonAerosol
Aerosol
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Mirror Finish
Dry to touch (min.)
10
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Number per Package
2
Paint/Stain Base Material
Oil
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Mineral Spirits
Paint/Stain Key Features
No additional features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Specialty Finish/Small Project
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Gloss
Specialty Finish
Mirror
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Glass
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

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Customer Questions & Answers

WANT to spray wine bottles. Can't spray Inside. WIl IT WORK OUTSIDE? THANKS

Asked by: ELAINE
No, it will appear as a shiny metallic finish if you spray it on the outside. The only way to achieve the mirror finish is to spray it on the back side.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2017-05-15

Can You use this on clear Plastic?

Can You use this on clear Plastic?
Asked by: CuriousCat13
You should be able to use it on clear acrylic, since the instructions state it's for "glass and acrylic glass" surfaces. I haven't tried it myself though.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2017-05-15

Hi would this paint set on metal. As I want to paint a bull bar for my 4wd. I have used other rus...

Hi would this paint set on metal. As I want to paint a bull bar for my 4wd. I have used other rust oleum products before and have turned up great.
Asked by: Britto
It won't appear as a mirror finish on metal. It only achieves a mirror finish on the back side of glass.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2017-05-15

I have a window that I want a mirror effect on both sides of the glass, can this be done?

I have a window that I want a mirror effect on both sides of the glass, can this be done?
Asked by: Donna
Not with a single pane mirror. If you have a double pane mirror and can somehow remove one side of panes, coat the backs of all the panes, and reinstall the removed panes, then yes. Otherwise no.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2017-05-15
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Customer Reviews

6 oz. Mirror Finish Spray Paint is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 80.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from READ INSTRUCTIONS Before Using The Product It amazes me how many people don't bother to read instructions, especially on a unique product like this. It is designed to be used on GLASS, it is NOT a Chrome Paint for Metal or Wood, it is for GLASS. With that said, make sure your properly clean the glass you intend to spray. ANY little spec of dirt will be magnified once you are done. Triple check to ensure all is clean and good to go. Make sure and shake the can twice as much as you normally would. This product has a high solvent content and must be mixed really well. Speaking of solvents, do NOT spray this product in your house and DO wear a respirator. Saying the fumes are strong is a HUGE understatement, they are down right powerful. Make sure and barely press down, for less than a second, to start the spraying process. You need to try for the lightest coat you have ever seen, then wait 60 seconds and repeat. It will take 5 - 6 coats just to cover the glass and fill in any areas that do not have complete coverage. Once I had an even coat, I went ahead and sprayed flat black over the product to stop all light from transmitting through it. By doing this, I did not have to make 10 -20 coats of the product so I used much less. This makes a HUGE difference in the quality of the reflection, as does starting out with a perfectly clean piece of glass. The product 100% will work on glass, anyone who says it didn't did not read the instructions or any of the good reviews. I have attached a couple of photos for my "test runs"
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just what I needed! I used this mirror effect spray paint on some old used windows I bought to "dress up" my backyard shed that I couldn't put real windows in because I needed to use all the wall space inside for storage. I sprayed the inside of the window so that the mirror finish would show on the part of the window that faces out. You will need to apply several coats (up to 5) using a thin even coat each time. I used one can on the 2 windows (see pictures to get an idea of the size) and was able to apply 5 thin coats on each window. You only need to wait a minute or two between coats and make sure the outside temperature is between 50-90 degrees and in a well ventilated area. After 5 coats, you should see an effective mirror finish. You may see some streaks and it's recommended that you apply a flat black spray paint coat over the mirror coating to get rid of any shadowing you may see from the front side. I provided a "before and after picture" so you can see how well this spray paint works. I know I'll be able to find more uses for this mirror finish spray paint!
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty good considering the price! It did exactly what I thought it would do and left a decent chrome/mirror finish on my glass vase. The product, like real chrome, is very thin and EASILY runs, so follow the directions and do VERY light coats; just barely mist it on. It will appear silver at first and then dry more clear almost immediately. I messed up the first time and took a paper towel dipped in acetone and easily wiped it off (since the product is an acetone solvent to begin with). With this said however, it is imperative that you DO NOT USE this on plastics! It will melt them and mix the paint into the material and you will be left with a huge mess. I did five light coats and allowed a few minutes of drying time in between. Just like with any paint however, it really helps if you use this in a warm climate, and with every single coat, drying time will be longer and longer. I applied 5 coats, but honestly it looks ideal after 3 (if you still want to keep it semi-transparent). My vase was clear, but it would look great with any color of transparent glass. If you were daring enough and could mask off your windows, you could probably use this to make a cool looking effect, though I don't know if it would help or hinder heating and cooling, besides the possible smells that would come off of it. I am also unsure how long it would last given it were filled with water and had plant chemicals added or if a candle was placed inside of it, whether it would burn off the finish. -Oh, and of course, apply the paint to the OPPOSITE side of the side you want showing, so if it's a vase for example you want to spray the inside of it. It will appear a dull silver metallic on the inside, but have a faux chrome finish on the outside. Now, it looks great from a distance but if you really zoom in on it, you will see spray particles, but to most it will be good enough, especially at the given price. I think it would work well on many crafts and home projects. . . you just have to put your imagination to it.
Date published: 2017-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these new mirror finish paints! I love Rust-Oleum paints for their versatility, and now I especially love the mirror paints. I've used both the silver and gold, with stunning results. And how fun it is to revitalize old metals into beautiful, updated new ones. Metals are big in Interior Design, and as a Designer I like to show my Clients that it doesn't always need to be brand new. Instead show your creativity and have some fun! And for me, Rust-Oleum is the best on the market.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from YOU HAVE TO SPRAY THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE GLASS, PEOPLE. if you want the outside of a vase to lo... YOU HAVE TO SPRAY THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE GLASS, PEOPLE. if you want the outside of a vase to look mirrored you have to spray the INSIDE. if you want side A of a pane of glass to looked mirrored, you have to paint side B. the side you paint will look silver but WHEN YOU FLIP IT OVER the other side looks like a perfect bathroom mirror. This product does exactly what it says it does. y'all dumb.
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Unique Paint A unique paint to have handy if you are trying to simulate metal or a bright chrome surface. It is an oil-based paint so plan accordingly and surface prep is paramount because of the glossy and reflective nature of the paint. The cleaner and smoother the surface, the better it looks. I painted a clear glass bottle and left the tag on it to demonstrate hos the glass and non glass textures work under the paint. Good solution and preferred over "metallic silvers" for a metal chrome look.
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from TOUCHY I used a short wide mouthed glass tumbler for a trial. I did all the prep work suggested in the directions except holding the spray can 12” away from the inside surface. That's a long way and spray goes everywhere. It's an expensive product so I sprayed from about 8”. The spray hit the glass and before any mirror effect was evident, it started to run and pool in the bottom of the glass. The directions said to wait one minute before applying the next coat but to be sure it is thoroughly dry before applying. I waited 10 minutes between applications and the following two applications had the same result as the first. That was enough for me. The glass has a mirrorish finish but I can still see through it because of lots of ripples. So I'm not sure if it is a not so good product or if I just don't have the patience and finesse to use it correctly.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works very well! Overall, this works great. I made a standing mirror / jewelry cabinet for my wife, and the entire door of it was planned to be a standing mirror. It all seemed like a great birthday present, until I needed to actually get the mirror. A mirror of that shape and size was not cheap at all! Instead I decided to take a gamble and try this, and I am glad that I did. I had a piece of regular glass cut to size, which was not pricey at all compared to a custom size mirror. After that I used some of this mirror finish. Please keep in mind, that this bottle is ONLY 6oz!!!!! It is not a huge, regular size can of spray paint. I greatly underestimated how much I would need, and ended up buying a couple more bottles. Keep in mind, I was coating an entire piece of glass about 18 x 60 inches in size. This is a much larger project than most would use it for, but it worked great.
Date published: 2017-03-28
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